Stanneylands Wedding Photographer

This was my second visit to the lovely Cheshire wedding venue – Stanneylands, as a wedding photographer, located just outside of Wilmslow. A beautiful hotel to get married as it has a cosy wood-paneled room to have your wedding ceremony, and a much larger room upstairs to have your wedding breakfast and evening reception. My favourite part of the hotel building is the newly built conservatory area near the bar, as the large windows allow for lots of natural light giving nice soft tones to the photos.

Stanneylands-Wedding-Photographer-1aWith all venues, I look mainly for the outside spaces. It isn’t obvious right away what Stanneylands has to offer, but just on the other side of the main reception doors is a small opening into what looks like a small wood. If you go through, and then down some steps, you will come across a beautiful hidden pond. As you’ll probably know, I’m not one for cheesy poses, but having the option to feature the lake creatively in photos is too much to resist, as you can see. A great location to take a few moments away from your guests to have some relaxed photos, or to just be by yourselves for a while.

If you are getting married and looking for a Stanneylands wedding photographer to capture your day, then please get in touch and I can talk you through what I offer and exactly how I work. Please enjoy these few sneak peek photos from Liz and David’s wedding in December last year. An incredible day and a massive congratulations to David and Liz once again, thank you for asking me to share your day with me, and loved being part of every second of it.Stanneylands-Wedding-Photographer-1bStanneylands-Wedding-Photographer-1‘We really enjoyed having you at our wedding David and we’re very grateful that you’ve given us fantastic lasting memories. Thank you so much, we love the photos, you’ve done a great job.’

Stanneylands Wedding Photographer David Stubbs

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