I suppose that if you’re looking for a Nottingham Wedding Photographer, you may have come across the grand venue that is Wollaton Hall. I am lucky to have spent a perfectly English, rainy Autumn afternoon photographing Becky & Sam in a beautiful greenhouse wedding venue known as Camellia House, which is hidden away within the vast gardens of the house.
Every now and then, you have a day so perfectly styled that it looks like a painting. I loved the effect of the trees through the greenhouse windows created the illusion of a painting, and the privacy of this space in the middle of the busy grounds gave the impression of a secret garden.
Becky wore a beautiful Jenny Packham dress with a little vintage vibe which I fell in love with immediately (and I believe Sam did too). I loved the pretty peach toned palette created with the florals which complimented the neutral greenhouse so well.
If you have the time, the beautiful grounds of Wollaton Hall and the house itself are well worth exploring. Deer roam freely through the park too, which just adds a bit of extra magic. No doubt this is one of Nottingham’s finest estates and a hidden gem of a wedding venue.
I had the honour of working with some lovely suppliers on the day, you can find these lovely people below:
Nottingham Wedding Photographer: Anneka Seraphina – http://www.annekaseraphina.com
Dress: Jenny Packham from Frances Day Bridal – https://www.francesday.co.uk
Cake – Studio Chocolate – https://www.studio-chocolate.co.uk
Flowers – Catkin Flowers – http://www.catkinflowers.com
Stationary – Amy Bailey Design – https://www.amybaileydesign.co.uk
Candle holders – Copper and Solder – http://www.copperandsolder.com
Make up – Ms Moo – http://www.msmoomakeup.com
Silk runners – Little Acorn Silks – https://www.etsy.com/shop/littleacornsilks
Venue – Wollaton Hall – http://www.wollatonhall.org.uk