Clumber Park Wedding Photography, Nottinghamshire - Sarah & Craig

Posted on 29th January 2015 by Mark Tierney

Craig and Sarah's wedding took place at Clumber Park in Nottinghamshire, which is one of my favourite places I visit, so we were already off to a good start. What I couldn't have predicted was that the beautiful light on the day which transformed the already beautiful grounds, into a light-dappled winter landscape.

I was only at the venue, photographing the couple for three hours, but this was enough time to see that Sarah and Craig are clearly mad about each other. It was truly a pleasure to be involved in their big day. In the Winter I'm happy to offer packages for fewer hours of coverage.

After the ceremony, I took some photos of the newlyweds outside, in the park. Together we discovered the spectacular Lime Tree Avenue, old stone bridges and a bird-filled lake. When we headed back to the reception room, we were greeted with a high tea served on elegant, vintage crockery. The whole day had a warm, cosy feel and I'm sure their guests will agree that a fantastic time was had by all. Wishing you all the best, Sarah and Craig

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About the author: Mark Tierney

Mark Tierney is a Yorkshire based Contemporary Wedding Photographer covering the UK and beyond.