We are so glad Bryony and David chose Luna to document their wedding at Tissington Hall! Bryony was a bridesmaid at a wedding I photographed – Jess and Cam’s back in the snowy December of 2009 so i’m so pleased my work stood out enough for her to book me for her October 2014 wedding. Preparations started off in the beautiful Derbyshire village of Hartington at Bryony’s parents cottage. The ceremony was at the beautiful Hartington Church, sadly I wasn’t allowed to take any photos at all during the ceremony which is a shame as its such an important part of the day, but the vicar was extremely strict, I was allowed to take photos of Bryony walking up the aisle with her father though, and one from the back at the end of the service. I always recommend discussing the individual rules the vicar has if you’re getting married in a church, i’m always happy to speak to vicars over the phone before the wedding, mostly its fine, but sadly, occasionally photos aren’t permitted during the ceremony. Either way i’m glad that we still got some beautiful photos in and around the church to tell the story of the day. It was raining for the most part of the day but this is something i’m very used to having worked in the country for many years now, I think rain is beautiful and although a lot of people dread it raining on their wedding day, if it happens I think it should be embraced and worked with and in turn you can have some magical pictures. Perhaps its worth the emergency wellies and brollies, just in case! Tissington Hall is fantastic for photos, it was my first time shooting there but I would love to go back.
The Tissington Estate has been in the same family for over 500 years its a very special place. The Hall was built in 1609 and has been lived in by the family ever since, thats a pretty impressive history! The Estate runs to 2000 acres, thats a lot to explore! As a Derbyshire girl its a venue i’ve known of for a while but never visited so i’m really pleased I had the opportunity to work there for Bryony and David’s wedding.
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