Colwick Hall is a historic Georgian country house dating back to the Saxon era, the ancestral home of Lord Byron. Being so close to city centre of Nottingham, Colwick Hall is a very popular wedding venue for parties of all sizes. Whether you are having a small intimate wedding or a large Asian wedding. Colwick Hall can cater for your requirements.
Their large marquee is perfect for Asian weddings and they have a wealth of experience with Punjabi, Sikh and Muslim weddings. Their Indian chefs can cater to your needs and exceed your expectations.
I’ve been a Colwick hall wedding photographer regularly and always enjoy returning to this fine venue. I especially love the Lord Byron suite. This spacious room is perfect for the all important bridal preparations. Imagine getting ready for your wedding ceremony in this magnificent hotel room. I took this image from Lindsey & Kevin’s wedding in this very room. It was a very simple photograph. I wanted a very elegant and timeless photograph. So I asked Lindsey to simply play with her veil for a moment. The only light was coming from the window in the suite.
Even in winter, Colwick Hall is a venue I can work wonders in. This photograph was taken at Lauren & Fraser’s wedding. The weather had been kind to them until just before first dance when the heaven’s opened up. The newlyweds were sporting enough to let me take them out into the pouring rain. But I’m sure you’ll agree the results were worth it!
I do enjoy winter weddings. Many wedding photographer’s dislike the harsh winter sunlight and the fact it goes dark early. Personally I love it. I see it as a challenge to see what I can do. The fact it goes dark early is great to me. The darkness is a blank canvas for me to use light to ‘draw’ my photographs.
If you are getting married at Colwick hall then I’d love to speak with you and show you photographs which I have taken at this stunning venue and why I might be the right Colwick Hall wedding photographer in Nottingham for you.