Wrenbury Hall based in Natwhich is one of the most stunning venues in the heart of Cheshire. Surrounded by stunning grounds and wonderful countryside this wonderful venue is truly a feast for the eyes
Wrenbury Hall weddings have exclusive use of this impressive venue just outside Nantwich, in the heart of Cheshire. As soon as you approach through the gates and down the tree-lined driveway you know you’re in for a treat! The 16th Century sandstone building is a former private family home on a grand country estate. Every detail has been thought of, and Wrenbury Hall wedding photography gives me the chance to create award winning wedding photos that will capture your day and make the most of the elegance and grandeur of your venue (good choice by the way!).
From the luxurious surroundings, to the incredible staff, I love everything about weddings at Wrenbury Hall and always look forward to coming back to shoot more Cheshire wedding photography here! I’m on first name terms with most of the staff, although they all call me ‘Phil the Key Guy’, after I managed to lose my car keys during a wedding here once – I now make a point of handing them over at reception when I arrive (and waiting for the resulting laughter!)
The team at Wrenbury Hall are continually developing facilities for couples planning their perfect wedding. The incredible rose pergola is available for outdoor ceremonies with up to 250 guests between April and the end of October. The Wrenbury Hall Orangerie also provides the space and flexibility for large scale weddings and multi-cultural celebrations, flooded with natural light.
As an exclusive use venue, in acres and acres of countryside, Wrenbury Hall weddings guarantee you absolute privacy for the day, the whole place is yours! Believe me, if the weather allows, you’ll want to explore the grounds of the estate further (just don’t lose your car keys!)
Reesha and Mike’s wedding at Wrenbury Hall was a spectacular multi-cultural day, celebrating their love and the joining of their families in epic style! My signature documentary style wedding photography allowed me to capture beautiful, emotional moments and vibrant colours throughout their day.
With two ceremonies on the same day, Reesha and Mike started preparing early. The Bridal party made use of the dedicated dressing room and bridal salon, while Mike and his Groomsmen enjoyed some practical jokes and games in the accommodation next to the main hall building.
The henna designs on Reesha’s hands were so precise, I loved capturing those small, meaningful details. Their traditional ceremonies and blessings took place under a floral structure made by Red Floral – honestly it was one of the most stunning creations I have ever seen! The couple were showered with flowers and gifts, I even got involved in one of the games played by the groomsmen, which involved me being recruited to help steal Mike’s shoes so they could hold them to ransom!
With their second ceremony held under cover on the lawn, even the weather couldn’t ruin the celebrations. Seeing the two families sharing those moments together was really special and I had a great time capturing the grandeur of the occasion as well as the emotion and love between them all.
The wedding breakfast was held in the Oak room, with lots of impromptu speeches as their friends and family expressed their love for Reesha and Mike. In the evening, the celebrations continued with dancing and an off-the-charts, crazy party as the two families really joined together as one. It was a day and evening to remember!
I’d love to join your as your Wrenbury Hall wedding photographer, it’s one of those venues that is just perfect all year round. You might also want to check out more of my Cheshire Wedding Photography. Please do get in touch to chat about your day, if I’m available, I’ll be there – and I won’t lose my car keys either!