Wedding Photography: Shottle Hall Wedding

Romantic silhouette of the Bride and Groom at the gazebo

Shottle Hall Wedding Photographer – Kristine and Steven

Shottle Hall is a venue we have photographed at many times. It is a beautiful country house with stunning scenery surrounding it. It’s a photographers dream. It stands on the edge of the Peak District and forms part of the famous Chatsworth House Estate. The staff there are very hospitable and professional and they will go out of their way to make sure your wedding day runs smoothly. Kristine’s and Steven’s wedding day was no exception.
Kristine looked fabulous on the day. Her dress was amazing with a veil that went on and on as she walked down the aisle to meet Steven. Shottle Hall was dressed up to the nines with beautiful floral tree displays in the orangery that were centre peices on each table. An arch full of blossoms adorned the marriage table in the ceremony room which then became the backdrop for the top table at their reception.  Just beautiful.

Bridal AccessoriesWedding FlowersBride having her hair doneBride helping with her sister's hair Bridal party helping bride with the wedding dressreflection of the bride putting her veil onBride's FamilyFlower Girl and her basketBridesmaids group shotGroom getting readyDetails of the ceremony roomBestman reassuring the groom in the ceremony roomHappy GroomImages of Bride walking down the aisleA happy BrideLaughter from the Bride's parentsBride putting the ring on her groom's fingerGroom looking at his dadDad congratulating the groomHappy Couple greeting guests whilst walking back up the aisleRings and ConfettiFlower Girl looking straight into the camera Confetti thrown at the couple Happy Guests Romantic Shot of the Groom and Bride Lovely close up Romantic silhouette of the Bride and Groom at the gazeboCountryside surrounds the Bride and GroomDetails in the wedding breakfast roomDetails in the wedding breakfast roomFriends congratulating the GroomGuests playing JengaGuests talking to the Bride Party after the first dance