Last weekend's wedding at Woodhall Manor in Suffolk was a gorgeous, emotional affair as two fantastic families came together to celebrate the love between Kelly & Ryan, an amazing couple who it is very clear, are loved so, so much.
If you're searching for luxurious wedding venuethat mixes the old with the new, Woodhall Manor in Suffolk really does deliver. This listed Grade II* building, celebrated as a dwelling of architectural and historic interest, also has the further honour of being one top 5% of listed buildings reviewed by English Heritage that are deemed an especially fine example within their class.
And more recently, it continues to be enjoyed by couples choosing Woodhall Manor as their perfect wedding location. Whether your style is classical and elegant or vintage and quirky, this venue really does provide you with a beautiful backdrop that will help bring to life your own unique wedding day experience.
From the moment you get in touch with the guys at Woodhall Manor, you are in the company of some of the most experienced wedding professionals in the region. The planning and co-ordination of Trish, Faye and the rest of the in-house team will expertly guide you through all you need to know and help you through all the decision making that will make your day so very special.
When it comes to your wedding photography, Woodhall Manor gives you some of the most varied and beautiful grounds in the region. The venue gives you the choice between a beautiful lawn ceremony, an elegant interior ceremony or a stunning church wedding in nearby Sutton Church and so really caters for every option. And throughout the rest of your day, whether it be for your reception or evening celebrations, you really are spoilt with some amazing backdrops to make your wedding photography come to life on the page of your album.
I wanted to take you guys through a short collection of my portfolio from photographing weddings at Woodhall Manor and so I hope you enjoy them below. If you would like to chat about your Woodhall Manor wedding, I would love to hear all about it.