An Alluring Spring Mottram Hall Wedding
I’m lucky enough to be recommended for Mottram Hall Wedding Photography and always have a great time spending the day at this gorgeous Cheshire wedding venue. Gemma & Eric had arranged a fantastic set of suppliers that you can view at the bottom of the blog post.
2020 is turning out to be a rather strange one, I was excited to begin a year of amazing weddings all over the UK although my season came to a bit of halt a few weeks after this awesome day with Gemma & Eric at Mottram Hall.
I spent the morning with both the bride and groom who were getting ready at Mottram Hall surrounded by their family. There was a great deal of laughter and a few tears during the morning but the couple had an ace time and were looking forward to the day ahead.
Mottram Hall Wedding Photography
The St Andrews suite had been beautifully decorated by Alison from Lasting Memories, with an abundance of candles and silk tree foliage. Gemma & Eric’s daughters walked down the aisle first much to the delight of the couple’s family and friends then Gemma’s sister and bridesmaid followed by Gemma and her dad. After a lovely ceremony, the couple completed the formal part of the day and made their way out of the St Andrews suite and into a flurry of confetti before enjoying their drinks reception in the newly refurbished Garden Room.
Danny Jewell Magician
Gemma & Eric had booked the fantastic magician Danny Jewell to entertain the wedding guests during the drinks reception with some card tricks and he certainly didn’t disappoint. During this time we paused for some family group portraits before having a wander around the Rose Gardens of the hall for some couple portraits before dinner. After the couple was welcomed into their wedding breakfast, they enjoyed a terrific round of speeches before enjoying a delicious meal.
An Amazing Evening Party
After dinner, the guests retired back to the Garden Room to await the preparations for the evening party, they sat, chatted, and laughed together. Gemma & Eric then led the guests back to the St Andrews suite where they cut their amazing wedding cake and took to the floor for their first dance. Their family and friends were in a great mood for a party and joined them on the dance floor for the rest of the night.
So a massive Thank You and Congratulations to Gemma & Eric, all the very best to you guys. I had an amazing day as your Mottram Hall Wedding Photographer!
Gemma & Eric’s Wedding Suppliers
Dress – Cheshire Bridal Suite
Suits – Hugo Boss
MUA – YSL
Florist – Luisa Pecchio
Cake – M&S
Piano – Live Piano Experience
Magic – Danny Jewell
Event Dressing – Lasting memories By Alison
Favours – Enjoy Chocolate
DJ – Ear Candy
About Mottram Hall
With roots within the Georgian era of history, Mottram Hall began life as a manor house around 1750 built by William Wright. It is constructed of Flemish bond orange brick with buff sandstone dressings, with a Kerridge stone slate roof, nine brick chimneys, and a facade with projecting end pavilions that have 20th-century extensions. It is recorded in the National Heritage List for England as a designated Grade-II listed building.
Facts About Mottram Hall –
- A beautiful mansion within an estate that stretches back to 1310.
- Vast acres of gardens, woodland and an 18 hole golf course.
- Luxury interior design with a mix of classic and modern styles.
- Award-winning dining menu.
- Licensed for civil ceremonies – inside and outside.
- Wedding reception of up to 130 seated guests.
- Evening reception of up to 180 guests.
- 120 bedrooms.
How can you get in touch with Mottram Hall about weddings?
Email – email@example.com
Call via – 01625 828135
Website – www.mottramhall.com
Address – Mottram Hall, Wilmslow Road, Mottram, SK10 4QT.
Instagram – @mottramhallweddings
Mottram Hall’s Wedding Brochure.
View the Mottram Hall wedding brochure here.
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