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Inglewood Manor Wedding Photography

By 15th February 2019 No Comments

Bride and groom walking

Inglewood Manor Wedding Photography 
Louise & Neil

I am delighted to share some Inglewood Manor Wedding Photography Images from Louise & Neil’s wedding day. Being an Inglewood Manor Wedding Photographer on Valentines Day was brilliant. The wedding day was beautiful and one in which you can tell how happy the lovely couple are. Surrounded by their friends and family it was great to be a part of from beginning to the end. Starting my 2019 wedding season at Inglewood Manor was great. I really enjoyed photographing the wedding and I can’t wait to return to Inglewood Manor later this year.

Inglewood Manor is a stunning & delightful Grade II listed country house hotel, retaining many of the original interior and architectural features. With 38 acres of land and this hidden treasure of a wedding venue is the perfect place to tie the knot. Recently purchased by the same owners of the impressive Peckforton Castle and Nunsmere hall, Inglewood Manor is one of the best venues in Cheshire.

A true love story on Valentines Day at Inglewood Manor

Louise & Neil are a story of true love, having been childhood sweet hearts, they went their separate ways.  Only fate would have it that many years later Louise & Neil would find each other again through Neil’s best man. A few days after Neil speaking with him, the lovely bride found him on Facebook, six weeks of texting before speaking on the phone, countless phone calls, long distance journeys & lots of holidays –  they find themselves getting married after Neil engaged to Louise in Venice.

Inglewood manor portraits

Being an Inglewood Manor Wedding photographer I was lucky enough to photograph the lovely bride and groom in glorious sunshine.  I always like to let the bride and groom enjoy their wedding, so towards the end of reception drinks, we headed out to capture some relaxed portraits around by the lake. You can just tell how in love these two lovely people are & I am so pleased to have been a part of their day.

Evening reception at Inglewood Manor

After the three course wedding breakfast, the groom & his best man gave their speeches. After some tears of joy and laughter everybody made their way to the lovely Burton room for the evening reception. The English Country Gentlemen were on hand to entertain the guests with some live music which went down well with everyone. It was soon time for the evening buffet and I said my goodbyes to the lovely Louise & Neil – two of life’s lovely people!

Bride and her son looking out the windowSon looking out the windowBride and her son walking down the stairsGroom and his best man waiting and laughingBride walking down the aisleBride smiling with the groomBrides daughter looking on during the serviceBride getting her ringFirst kissBrides mum laughing with herBride laughing with guestsGuests laughingguest sat in natural lightBride and groom in the sunBride and groom walking in the sunBride and groom walkingphoto of the bride and groom by the lakebride and groom portrait and Inglewood ManorBride and groom cuddlingBride and groom walkingTable decorationsBride and groom walking into the roombride and groom reactions to best man speechdaughter of the couple smilingguests laughingtop table toastingGroom speechBride laughing during the speechBrides daughterCouple embracing and showing emotionbride and groom laughingCutting the cake pictureFirst dance photoThanks to the following suppliers who helped make the day what it was:

This Inglewood Manor  wedding would’nt have been what it was without these talented wedding suppliers:

Hair & Make Up: Thornton Hall

Flowers: Stamens

Band: The English Country Gentlemen

Cake: Aunty Pam

Caterers: Inglewood Manor

A fantastic wedding venue – Inglewood Manor

Tucked away down a winding drive meandering between manicured lawns, ponds and pavilions lies one of Cheshire’s hidden treasures, Inglewood Manor. Inglewood Manor became a listed building in 1985 and opened to the public in June 2004. It now operates as a delightful country house hotel, retaining many of the original interior and architectural features.

Nestling at the heart of 38 acres of grounds and gardens, this beautiful Edwardian country house retains all the charm and warmth of a luxurious period home.

Inglewood Manor as we know it today was built by Frederick Fox. He purchased the property in 1902 and carried out an extensive renovation. The finished house was spacious, adorned with magnificent interiors and boasted 38 acres of landscaped gardens. After Frederick died his son inherited the house and lived there with his wife and family until his death. The property was then put up for sale and bought to be used as a training college.

The manor has had many used over the years but has remained relatively unchanged with the exception of a ground floor extension to create The Burton Room. Today, Inglewood Manor is an award winning wedding venue that is one of Cheshire’s best. Inglewood Manor is now under the management of the owners of Peckforton Castle & Nunsmere Hall which is evident in the excellent service and standards that are set by the Manor.

If you wanted to contact Inglewood Manor directly to enquire about your wedding then you can do so here

Natural, relaxed & unobtrusive wedding photography at Inglewood Manor

If you are looking of a natural and relaxed wedding photographer for your wedding at Inglewood Manor or anywhere in the UK who will let you enjoy your wedding rather than being away from your friends and family for ages then please get in touch. I promise – no awkward poses, just natural moments, capturing the day as it happens.

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