Capesthorne Hall is an 18th century wedding venue in the heart of Cheshire. Capesthorne Hall boasts picturesque gardens, stunning views over the lake and breathtaking interiors inside the Hall. The diversity of the space available at Capesthorne Hall means that there are countless areas to create luxurious wedding photographs.
The Drawing Room is the perfect location for your civil ceremony with decadent chandeliers and Italian paintings covering the walls. However, if you choose to have an outdoor ceremony, Capesthorne Hall has a rare and stunning option too. For an outdoor wedding venue in Cheshire, the stunning lakeside Gazebo at Capesthorne Hall offers the perfect place to say “I do”. The tree lined path to the Gazebo forms a natural aisle and the surroundings are truly magnificent.
The Queen Anne Room can be used for formal wedding breakfasts for up to 80 people or for larger weddings, there is the option to add a marquee to the West Lawn.
Our first time as Capesthorne Hall wedding photographers was 8 years ago and we have enjoyed photographing weddings at Capesthorne Hall ever since. We have always been grateful to have had the opportunity to revisit this beautiful Cheshire wedding venue for many different types of weddings from Asian weddings to Jewish weddings and Iranian weddings.
We feel honoured to be one of the select recommended Capesthorne Hall wedding photographers and are thankful to Christina and the team for always welcoming us.
If you are looking for a luxury Cheshire wedding venue that has grandeur and charm yet still has romantic woodlands, Capesthorne Hall is definitely worth a visit when planning your Cheshire wedding.
If you would like any more information about our experience as Capesthorne Hall wedding photographers then please get in touch. We would love to hear from you!
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