Tony Hall Wedding Photography at Chatsworth House

If you are looking at Derbyshire wedding venues then you must look at Chatsworth House as a Chatsworth House Wedding is something very special and one of the best Derbyshire Wedding Venues.

It makes sense to use a local photographer that has already photographed a wedding at Chatsworth House. It is a beautiful Derbyshire wedding venue, but it is also huge, set in 1000 acres of parkland, so having a photographer that knows the best locations, whatever the weather will make all of the difference. I live just 15 minutes drive from Chatsworth House and often go to the park for pre-wedding shoots even if the wedding is going to take place in other Derbyshire Wedding Venues.

Chatsworth House is an exceptional Derbyshire Wedding Venue for weddings, receptions and civil partnerships. In the heart of the Peak District in Derbyshire and housing one of the most important private art and sculpture collections, Chatsworth House is a venue that epitomises quality and elegance.

Weddings at St. Peters Church

You may request to be married in St Peter’s Church in Edensor and then have your reception at Chatsworth House. Find out more about weddings at St. Peter’s Church

From 2015 Chatsworth House is offering brides and grooms a ‘never to be forgotten’ experience with an exclusive wedding day that will allow just a handful of couples each year to tie the knot in its magnificent Painted Hall. With its spectacular setting in more than 1000 acres of Derbyshire parkland, the ‘Palace of the Peaks’ is now able to offer this premium Derbyshire wedding venue for the first time, having secured a license for the Painted Hall. Chatsworth House is eagerly awaiting the first bride and groom to walk down the Painted Hall, decorated with murals showing scenes from the life of Julius Caesar, where they will be married on the stairs in front of their guests.

Having a wedding photographer that is multi skilled in all aspects of photography like me, will really come in to its own on such a stunning location. There is a term I use when discussing the days shoot with my assistant and that is “don’t forget the money shot” simply what this means is don’t shoot all images on a short depth of field, the happy couple will want to see this magnificent backdrop in their wedding photographs, why else would they have booked such a stunning location?