Wollaton Hall Wedding

Wollaton Hall wedding: Couple standing in the Prospect room at Wollaton Hall.

Wollaton Hall Wedding – Laura & Harry

I can’t believe I have been photographing weddings in Nottingham for over 10 years, and I have only just photographed a Wollaton Hall wedding. What a lovely wedding it was too. Laura and Harry pared everything down for a super low key wedding in The Camillia House at Wollaton Hall. They had their ceremony in the hall’s gorgeous orangery with just their parents in attendance. I stuck around for a few portraits at the top of Wollaton Hall afterwards.

Wollaton Hall wedding. Couple looking out of window in the Prospect Room

Beautiful window light portraits

We walked up a spiral staircase to get to the very top of Wollaton Hall. The Prospect Room provided the perfect space for portraits. This space suits my style of photography perfectly. Firstly, with its gorgeous huge windows, it lets in loads of natural sunlight. Secondly, the slightly shabby chic look with the peeling paint on the windows appeals to me. Thirdly, its fantastic high ceilings. Some couples have their ceremony in this room, but it would mean getting your guests to climb lots of stairs and therefore wouldn’t suit everyone.

We also ventured onto the roof for a few portraits. The ornate windows are absolutely beautiful. They make a fantastic backdrop for bride and groom portraits. I was so absolutely delighted with these photos. I had to get them on the blog immediately!

The Camellia House

I loved the gorgeous Camellia house at Wollaton Hall for the intimate ceremony. It was a perfect intimate setting for Laura and Harry’s nuptials. With its elegant structure mixed with beautiful foliage, it made for a very pretty backdrop for their short and sweet vows. I have photographed lots of engagement shoots at Wollaton Park and many a photograph outside this gorgeous greenhouse. But never really been inside for photos and it is normally shut to the public. So it was delightful to have the pleasure of photographing inside.

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