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Mottram Hall Wedding Photography

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Mottram Hall Wedding Photography | Darcey & James

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Mottram Hall Wedding Photography | Darcey & James

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Mottram Hall
Wedding Photography

I am lucky enough to be a recommended Mottram Hall Photographer and I absolutely love working at this stunning venue.  So if you’re getting married at Mottram Hall or any other venue then please get in contact with me to discuss your plans, I would love to hear about them.I hope you enjoy these photos from Mottram Hall.

Mottram Hall, is an award-winning Cheshire wedding venue. It is a beautifully elegant setting for both wedding ceremonies and receptions. Set in 270 acres of breath-taking countryside with a private lake and picturesque rose gardens this venue will make your wedding day dreams come true.

Located in the heart of Cheshire, the charming 18th century Georgian country house is easily accessible from Manchester and surrounding villages.
Have a look at Mottram Hall’s Wedding packages and get in touch with their excellent wedding team to arrange a viewing or to discuss your wishes in detail on 01625 828 135.

Darcey & James Wedding at Mottram Hall

I am delighted to share a sneak peek from Darcey & James wedding at Mottram Hall. Both the bride and groom  got ready at Mottram Hall, I always enjoy covering both bridal & groom prep it really tells the story from the day. It was a lovely morning with the bride and groom. It was soon time for Darcey’s grandfather to come and meet Darcey and take her to the church to give her away. A lovely moment, one I always like capturing.

Once we arrived at the church it was time to get wed! After a lovely service and once the formalities were complete it was time to head outside for confetti, the bride and groom were greeted by many of their wedding guests who couldn’t attend the wedding because of Covid. It was great seeing the bride and groom being greeted by friends and also spending time with their guests outside the church.

Drinks Reception in the Garden Room 

Mottram Hall wedding photography is always a joy, after the bride and groom tied the knot at the church, we headed back to Mottram Hall and the wonderful Garden room for the drinks reception.  It was the hottest day of the year so far so everyone was happy outside enjoying the sun.

The Garden room is the perfect spot for reception drinks which also opens up to the back terrace which looks out to the lake and gardens. It is a fabulous space for wedding guests to enjoy the weather, canapés and drinks in the sun or in their newly renovated Garden Room. Since Mottram Hall underwent refurbishment it really is one of the best wedding venues in Cheshire,  I am so proud to be their recommended wedding photographer.

Speeches & Party in the St Andrews Suite

After capturing some group photos at the end of the drinks reception, it was soon time to head to the St Andrews Suite for the wedding breakfast and speeches. I absolutely love photographing weddings at Mottram Hall. Today for this lovely bride and groom it was no different and I really enjoyed being a part of their day. The two speeches were fantastic and everyone enjoyed having a drink and catching up with everyone. The weather was incredible and we managed to get outside for some sunset photos as well which is always great at Mottram Hall.

Although numbers were still slightly restricted everyone seemed to have a great time at Darcey & James Wedding and I am so pleased I was part of their wedding day at Mottram Hall.

Brides mum holding dress at a Mottram HallBride crying at Mottram HallBrides grandad first view at Mottram HallGroom prep at Mottram HallGroom smiling at Mottram HallBride walking into churchbride crying outside churchBrides mum crying churchBride walking into church

bride walking into church and groom cryingbride walking into church with granddadGrandad stood in perfect lightBride and groom at front of churchbride and groom saying vows

bride and groom saying vows with vicarPhoto of bride and groom from back of churchbride and groom walking down aisleconfetti before Mottram Hall

Groom and guests outside churchGod father and brideBridesmaids laughingFather of groom at church before going to Mottram HallBridesmaid at Mottram HallBridesmaid and groomsman laughing

Bride and groom walking into wedding breakfastWedding guests clappingGroomsman clappingGrooms speechGroom toasting a drinkMother of bride raising a glassBest an speech at Mottram HallBest man speech at Mottram HallFather of groom laughingCatching the bouquet

Wedding guests laughing

Groomsmen with ice cream

Couples photoscouples photos at Mottram HallWalking outside Mottram HallSun set photo at Mottram HallSunset photo at Mottram HallSun set photo at Mottram HallCake cut and the cake falling at Mottram HallFirst dance at Mottram Hall

Guests dancing at Mottram HallGroom dancing with his mum at Mottram HalllMother of bride dancing at Mottram HallBridesmaid dancing at Mottram Hallbrides mum and step dad dancing.

Thanks to the suppliers for making the day at Mottram Hall fantastic:

Dress: Dotty Bridal, Holmfirth

Shoes: Charlotte Mills

Suits: Slaters

Hair: Lauren Speight (Hair)

Flowers: Floreseca

Cake: Buzzy Bee Bakery

Transport: All Luvdub

Church: St George’s Church, Buxton

Drinks Reception Music: Triple Scotch

Ice Cream: Hyacinth Ice Cream Van 

Catering: Mottram Hall

Mottram Hall Useful Information:

What is the History of Mottram Hall?

The original Mottram estate was first established in 1310 by Adam de Mottram. In 1650, Nathaniel Booth, fourth son of William Booth of the Dunham Massey estate, bought it and lived in the timber framed Old Hall, which is now a private house that stands back from the drive about halfway down. In 1721, Nathaniel’s 3rd son (also named Nathaniel) chose to build himself and his wife a manor house on the estate and named it Mottram Hall.

The fine red brick mansion with stone facings was built strictly to Nathaniel’s instruction. The Latin at the front of the Main Hall translates to ‘Unless the Lord built the House, it is laboured in vain.’

In 1738 the hall was bought by William Wright, who was a wealthy landowner from Offerton – Stockport and it remained in the Wright Family until 1914, before being bought and converted into a Hotel in 1940.

Today, The Hall is a listed building and a fine example of architecture of the period. The ornate ceilings in Mottram’s main hall and other public rooms are now classed as works of national importance.

The conversion to a hotel in 1940 necessitated many repairs, renovations and restorations, and a great deal of care was taken to preserve the Adam ceilings and the 12th Century wood panelling, taken from the original Old Hall.

Does Mottram Hall have a Spa?

Yes, Mottram Hall’s amazing leisure and outdoor spa facilities are included on a complimentary basis for any of your guests that choose to stay at Mottram hall. Perfect to relax ahead of the big day. In 2020 it went under a huge refurbishment and is now one of the leading spa’s in the North West,

Golf

Mottram Hall also boasts a fantastic 18 hole golf course which is open to use for your wedding party. You just need to speak to your wedding coordinator for more details.

What do the Golf facilities include:

The golf facilities include the following:

 18 hole course open from 7 am till dusk in the summer & 8 am till dusk in the winter
 7006 yard Championship course
 Private tuition available
 Practice range available
 Halfway House
 Claret Jug Bar & Brasserie
 Trolley & Buggy Hire
 Pro Shop

What time does the bar close? 

The bar closes 12.30pm but their is a hotel bar if you wanted to carry on having some drinks.

How many guests can they seat at Mottram Hall?

130 guests for the wedding breakfast and up to 180 for the evening reception.

How can you get in touch with Mottram Hall?

You can get in touch with Mottram Hall’s wedding team via email at [email protected]

You can Phone on 01625 828135

Address:

Mottram Hall, Wilmslow Road, Mottram, SK10 4QT

Instagram:

@mottramhallweddings

How can I view Mottram Hall’s wedding brochure?

You can see Mottram Hall’s wedding brochures by contacting the wedding team.

What Regsitry Office do we need to contact about our wedding?

When you get married at Mottram Hall you can get in touch with Macclesfield Registry Office on 01270 375140

Is the use of confetti or rose petals permitted?

Bio-degradable confetti (only!) and rose petals are permitted at Mottram Hall

How much is corkage? 

The option of open corkage is not available at Mottram Hall

Can I stay at Mottram Hall?

Yes, the 18th century Georgian country house hotel is home to 120 bedrooms. Contemporary design, combined with boutique soft furnishings gives the perfect comfortable stay.

What is the Carrington Grill restaurant like?

The AA Rosette Carrington Grill focuses on traditional English dishes tempered with a modern European twist. Using the finest produce and locally sourced seasonal ingredients the Carrington Grill is the perfect place to enjoy breakfast of dinner.

The restaurant is open daily to residents and non-residents for breakfast and dinner. Private dining is also available. Reservation and pre booking is essential.

To book a table at the Carrington Grill call 01625 828135

Mottram Hall Wedding Photography

My style of photography is relaxed, natural and unobtrusive, capturing the day as it happens. What that means is almost completely unposed wedding photography throughout the whole day. I want you to spend time with your friends and family and ignore me. I am a really laid back and relaxed wedding photographer that will capture your wonderful day as it happens, with minimal fuss and no waiting around. If your getting married in Mottram Hall then please get in touch.

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