An emotional wedding in Nantwich
Laura and Rory’s incredible wedding took me to Rookery Hall in Cheshire. Built in 1816, the venue is a fabulous Elizabethan-style mansion located near to the village of Worleston in Cheshire. This was my first time working at this venue, I hope to be back soon.
Party time at Rookery Hall
From the moment I arrived at Rookery Hall for the bridal preparations I knew the day was going to be lively, everyone was in a proper party mood and the pre-wedding drinks were flowing nicely amongst those invited into the bride’s quarters.
This was one of those weddings where it hit home to me how fortunate I am to be present at these occasions to observe and capture the range of emotions on display. There was love, laughter and a few tears. Part of my job on the day is to tune into these emotions and capture them as honestly, but respectfully as possible. I hope I’ve done the moments justice here.
So, grab a brew, sit back and enjoy some of the highlights from a simply brilliant day!
As you can see, the guests partied long into the night, young and old together, letting their hair down. My kind of wedding!
Thank you so much to Laura and Rory for having me along, you are a wonderful couple, I had an amazing time photographing your day.
I’m only taking on another two weddings for 2017 and 2018 is already a quarter full, so get in touch sharpish if you’re after a documentary style wedding photographer to capture the essence of your day.
As this is likely to be my final blog post before Christmas, I’d like to take this opportunity to wish everyone a very merry Christmas, I hope 2017 deals you a great hand.
Peace is free,
All images are © Steve Grogan Photography.