•on November 9th, 2011
For Ripley Castle Wedding Photography please view the selection of images below.
We’ve been recommended by and have photographed weddings at Ripley Castle now for several years. Come rain, snow or shine it’s always been a favourite of ours to work at and we absolutely love visiting the venue.
Ripley Castle is a beautiful, historic and picture postcard perfect wedding venue.
It is the perfect venue for your wedding ceremony, wedding reception, civil wedding, civil partnership, or if you wish to renew your vows.
The Ripley Castle team are friendly and professional and provide a seamless level of service together with a total commitment to ensure that your wedding day exceeds every expectation.
They have a number of rooms within the Castle’s Main House and East Wing licensed for wedding ceremonies, including the oak panelled 16th century Library and the Amcotts Room, an old coach house, which was beautifully restored a few years ago. The Ripley Castle chefs have an excellent reputation for their superb cuisine.
Whatever the time of year, guests can enjoy champagne on the terrace during your reception and admire the beautiful scenery, or on the circular lawn in front of the East Wing of the Castle.
The photography options are endless, you can stay near to the castle should you not want to stray afar, however if you fancy a stroll through the beautiful grounds then the lake makes a perfect backdrop for your photography (and it’s not too far away).
Should the weather not be playing ball on the day, the hotel has plenty of options inside and more importantly lots of space and gorgeous details to work with.
To view more stunning Ripley Castle wedding photography and discuss your photography requirements in further detail please contact us to arrange an appointment.
•on August 15th, 2011
Penny & James were married at St Roberts Church in Pannal, Harrogate and had their reception at Newby Hall Near Ripon. We were really pleased to hear that St Roberts had relaxed their restrictions a little on photography during the service as this was the first of two weddings we had at the church in as many weeks. It really makes such a difference when we can photograph special moments during that part of the day and it’s a great pity that a few ‘over eager’ photographers have created a situation in many churches that prevent us from doing that.
We were really looking forward to the wedding as not only did it have a great couple with a stunning venue but also a few of our previous clients were attending which always makes it lots of fun and they had a special guest at the church (see if you can guess from the photos).
The weather was stunning (if not a little too hot) and I made a point or reminding Penny & James to keep topped up with water as well as Champagne as we didn’t want anyone collapsing from dehydration.
•on July 26th, 2011
Gemma & Rob, All Saints Church & Burn Hall, Huby, York
April! Anyone remember April? I do, it’s my birthday in April, we also had our summer in April and Gemma & Robs wedding fell slap bang in the middle of our summer – would you Adam and Eve it?
Gemma & Rob asked us to photograph their wedding back in 2010. We were so chuffed when we knew it was going to be a cracking day as we knew Gemma had been worried about the weather (as most brides do)! We’ve known Gemma & Rob for a few years having filmed Robs brothers wedding way back. It’s always great when you’re heading off to a wedding where you’ll know a few people and you also know they’re all going to be lovely.
The attention to detail was exceptional (we knew it would be) which is always ace as it adds so much to the photography, they’d even made tourist info style signs to direct people to the venue, how cool is that!
Here’s a few photos from the day, I still can’t believe we’re in July – oops.