A group of bridesmaids and groomsmen posing in front of Lady Gillford's house, a historic old building during a winter wedding celebration.

Winter Wedding at Lady Gillford’s house

Throughout my photography career, I've documented a wide array of moments and celebrations across numerous locations. Among these, Beth and Jonny's winter wedding at Lady Gillford's House in Carlisle stands out. This venue, with its elegant charm and its convenience from my base, is easily one of my favorites to work at.

Beth and Jonny aimed for a small, intimate wedding, ensuring the event was personal and comfortable for everyone involved. Their ceremony at Lady Gillford's House, followed by a reception at Hidden River, struck the perfect balance between understated elegance and a relaxed, joyful gathering.

Their approach to photography was to keep it simple, focusing on the ceremony and portraits. Although our session was brief, lasting only an hour, it was filled with genuine moments of happiness and laughter. This short period highlighted the essence of their relationship and the celebration of their wedding day.

Looking ahead, we're planning a post-wedding portrait session in the Lake District in the coming months. This will be an opportunity to capture their story against the dramatic and scenic landscapes of the area, adding a unique dimension to their wedding narrative.

Reflecting on Beth and Jonny's wedding, it's clear that the beauty of such events isn't just in the grand gestures but also in the simple, meaningful moments. Their choice to celebrate in a way that felt true to them made the day memorable for everyone involved, including myself as their photographer.

For those considering booking me for their wedding, whether at Lady G's or elsewhere, I'm ready to capture your day in a way that reflects you. Feel free to reach out and contact me, and meanwhile, take a look at the slideshow and blog below for a glimpse into my work.

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