Wedding Photography at Rufford Abbey
I enjoy doing my wedding photography at Rufford Abbey as it is a great spot for photos. You have the beautiful lake behind the Mill and the Abbey itself just a short walk away for some photographs. There is the benefit of being able to have the whole wedding in one place, and the inside space is compact enough that you get to see all your guests, whilst at the same time having the space to seat enough of your friends and family in one place.
I have returned for wedding photography at Rufford Abbey in all seasons and its good to see the place looking fabulous at all times of year. My last wedding there was perhaps one of my coldest of the year in mid December. We certainly needed thawing out after our trip to the Abbey for a few pictures and I could barely feel my hands. But my couple embraced it, and we also got some lovely evening portraits with twinkling lights in the courtyard. See below.
One of my earliest weddings at Rufford Abbey
Some of my very early wedding photography at Rufford Abbey can be seen at the bottom of this post. For more recent weddings, please follow the links provided. I also sometimes shoot my engagement shoots at Rufford Abbey. I offer a complimentary engagement shoot as a part of my package, which helps us to get to know each other before your big day, and means you feel more comfortable in front of my camera.
Anyway, before I subject you to Kathryn Edwards Photography circa 2013, take a look at some more recent stuff… and to get a real feel for my current work, do head over to instagram @Kathrynphotos where you can view my most recent work. Or just click on my portfolio.
Here are a few from Lisa and Martyn’s wedding photography at Rufford Abbey. More here
And a few from Suzy and Rob’s wedding photography at Rufford Abbey. You can view more here
Lisa and Nick’s wedding photography at Rufford Abbey:
Lisa and Nick’s lovely laid back wedding at Rufford Mill in Nottinghamshire was on Easter Sunday and appropriately themed with cadbury’s creme eggs as favours. I particularly liked Lisa’s hand made bouquet by Innstyches, which gave a lovely vintage feel to her look. They had The Fab Four playing in the evening and I was having such a great time dancing, I nearly forgot to leave! A really lovely day with a lovely couple. Thanks to Chrissie Wild for second shooting with me.
More wedding photography at Rufford Abbey: