• Crewe Hall weddings

    Over the years I have shot many weddings at Crewe Hall. It holds a little special place in my heart as I got married here myself in 2007. It’s just around the corner from my house and I absolutely adore this wedding venue. I usually give a bit of a discount for Crewe Hall weddings as its so close to me. I often don’t offer my clients photography packages for just a few hours (especially in peak season) but with this being just on the doorstep for me I usually do offer some really good wedding photography packages. It’s always an honour and delight for me to photograph weddings at this lovely venue. Are you planning to have your wedding at Crewe Hall? Why don’t you pop me an email and I can send you a quote for your wedding photography.


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    Crewe Hall – about this wedding venue

    Crewe Hall is a Jacobean mansion located near Crewe Green in Cheshire set in 8 acres of countryside. It is listed at grade I. Built in 1615, it was one of the largest houses in the country in the 17th century. Crewe Hall only holds one wedding per day so you can be confident that the elegant, romantic atmosphere for you and your guests will be fulfilled. They have 117 luxurious rooms (great for getting ready photographs). including the Royal Suite for the newlywed couple. All weddings have a master of ceremony, to keep the ceremony agenda flowing as smoothly as possible.

  • Albright Hussey wedding photographer

    A Shrewsbury wedding

    Better late then never… A beautiful summers day in Shrewsbury. How lucky where Lindsay and Charlie with this beautiful weather and how lucky was I to be the wedding photographer for the day. The wedding took place at the gorgeous Albright Hussey Manor Hotel in Shrewsbury. A beautiful sunny outdoor ceremony and great kids entertainment including a clown and bouncy castle the finish the day. Just lots of great people to be around, I had such a blast photographing this wedding. Enjoy! xx

    A bit of wedding venue history:

    “First recorded in the Domesday Book as “Elbretone”, today The Albright Hussey retains all the charm and character of its history. In 1292, to avoid confusion with other place names similar to “Albrighton” the name “Hussey” was added after the family who occupied it. The Hussey family remained here until the 17th Century, and the estate passed to the Corbets in 1634. During this period Albright Hussey experienced a rich history.”

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