Bramhall Hall Wedding Photography

I’ve grown up visiting Bramhall Park, school trips, dog walks and picnics. So I was a proper walk down memory lane to spend the day there with Lorraine & Mike.

Bramhall Hall is a superb example of a Tudor Manor House with origins dating back to the Middle Ages. The Hall, one of the most beautiful treasures of England, is of great national importance. The magnificent 16th Century wall paintings, striking Elizabethan plaster ceiling, the Victorian Kitchens and Servants’ Quarters give this Hall its unique charm.

Lorraine was at home with her family when I arrived in the early afternoon, everyone was relaxed but excited for what lay ahead. Once Lorraine was dressed with the help of her mum, we paused for some portraits in the garden. I then raced ahead to meet Mike who was at the Hall greeting the guests.

A Historical Tudor House Tour

After a lovely intimate ceremony filled with much laughter and enjoyment, we wandered the historical corridors for some portraits. With dinner on the horizon, the couple spent some time with their friends before being welcomed into their wedding breakfast. After a delicious meal and a round of speeches, the couple retired back to the Great Hall and relaxed into the evening.

An Evening Party In The Great Hall

Once their evening party was ready, their DJ welcomed the couple on to the floor for their first dance as man and wife before the couple were mobbed by family and friends. So a Massive Congratulations to Lorraine & Keith, it’s been a pleasure to get to know you both and join you on your wedding day. Thanks so much for having me as your photographer!!