Cranage Hall Wedding Rebecca and Stuart

We really enjoyed covering the wedding of Rebecca & Stuart at Cranage Hall.  Hidden away in 20 acres of beautiful landscaped gardens in the heart of Cheshire’s glorious countryside.  It really is a fantastic venue with excellent service and friendly staff. The first time we visited Cranage was to meet Rebecca & Stuart for their pre shoot back in September, what a lovely couple.

After getting the all important detail shots of Rebecca’s dress, shoes, perfume etc we then spent some time with Stuart, Toby, Oliver and the grooms men before the ceremony.  You can see how relaxed they were.

We then went back to join Rebecca and her Mum, Helen and her bridesmaid Rachel. They all looked lovely and seemed quite relaxed.

Toby who is 8 had the important job of walking his Mum down the aisle. He did a great job and looked very proud as he walked in the room with his Mum on his arm. A few tears were shed by family and friends at this time.

Rebecca is not a lover of chair covers and fresh flowers on the tables. She wanted to have a real autuminal feel, so opted for pumpkins, candles and various foliage on the tables.  She had some helpers the day before, who carved out the faces of the pumpkins and everyone of them was different, they looked great.

Breaking with tradition, for their meal they had a “hog roast” this went down a storm and with everyone including John & I. Rebecca and Stuart made sure that we had something to eat which was really appreciated.

The cake had a great rock and roll feel. Stuart is a drummer in a rock band and Toby likes to play the guitar.

Even though it was really cold, Rebecca & Stuart had a couple of shots outside Cranage Hall before we said our goodbyes.  A great day was had by all.

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