Brocket Hall Wedding Photography
Unposed Brocket Hall Wedding Photography
If you’re searching for a luxury wedding venue in the Home Counties, with class, style and history, have a look at some beautiful Brocket Hall wedding photography on this page. This country mansion is set amongst some gorgeous Hertfordshire countryside, and is surrounded by exquisite estate gardens as well as two golf courses and an award winning restaurant by the lake. It’s the perfect place to host a party to remember, and with 30 luxury bedrooms at the Grade I listed house and a further 16 bedrooms at Melbourne Lodge, your guests can party into the early hours before a restful night’s sleep.
Natural Documentary Wedding Photography at Brocket Hall
It’s been home to two Prime Ministers, hosted George IV and Queen Victoria, and the ballroom has a stunning ceiling painting by Sir Francis Wheatley. The Ballroom at Brocket Hall can be used for your wedding ceremony and easily accommodates 150 guests in elegant style, while the House can host an evening reception for 200 guests. The traditional butler service means that you and your guests will want for nothing. What all this means is that you’ll all be in the right frame of mind to have a fantastic day and super party. And that means your wedding photos will be equally as superb, capturing all the moments and fun without the hassle of posing. My style of natural documentary wedding photography means you won’t spend most of the day posing for portraits with your photographer – you’ll be right at the heart of the gathering, enjoying yourselves with your family and friends. That’s how I can get the kind of Brocket Hall wedding photography you can see here.
Luxury Wedding Venue in Hertfordshire
I’m fortunate enough to live in the wonderful county of Hertfordshire, in nearby Hitchin, and there’s many great wedding venues and hotels nearby, such as Hatfield House. The Brocket Hall estate is a special place for me as well as my own wedding reception was at The Oak Room at Melbourne Club, also on the estate grounds. Both share superb views across Broadwater Lake over to the Auberge Du Lac restaurant, housed in the former hunting lodge. This award winning restaurant has been home to chef Jean-Christophe Novelli, and is currently headed by head chef Matt Edmonds. His team have recently been nationally recognised with a 2 AA Rosette award. Could there be a better location for you to return for your anniversary dinner?