Bride and groom kiss-Trafford Hall Wedding Photography



Good morning everyone. Lets try and brighten up this grey morning with some lovely TRAFFORD HALL WEDDING PHOTOGRAPHY from James and Chloe’s wedding day back in the summer. It was my first time at Trafford Hall so it is always nice to get to explore a new venue and with a marquee in the garden it was very pretty.

Facebook logo Share on FacebookTwitter logo Share on Twitter


I had first met Chloe with her mum and bridesmaids at a wedding fair where she chatted very excitedly about her big day and I was very pleased when she got in touch and we met up over a cup of tea to chat about her wedding day. 

James and Chloe met at University, and although they now live in Birmingham they had decided to come back to Cheshire to get married. I had already spend a sunny, but very blustery afternoon on the beach in Formby for their pre wedding shoot where we had lots of fun. 

On the morning of the wedding day I arrived at Chloe’s family home where wedding preperations were underway with lots of excited bridesmaids all getting ready. Some fizz was poured in the garden before it was time to get Chloe into her beautiful wedding dress. Her dad then waited nervousley at the bottom of the stairs to see his little girls in her wedding dress for the first time. ( I love this part of the wedding day, its one of my favourite moments!) Once everyone was ready it was time to head to the church to get married.

The Church plays a very important part of both James and Chloe’s life so it was an extremely important part of the day for them. It was a beautiful church and the service was lovely, very personal and very emotional. After the pair had danced their way up the aisle and had some photos taken in the church doorway they enjoyed cake and lemonade during afternoon tea at the church.  After leaving through a line of clapping guests we headed to a beautiful english country garden, a stunning location where James and Chloe had chosen to have their wedding photographs taken. We headed to Stoneyford Cottage Gardens in Northwich, a really pretty nursery and tea rooms with cottage garden which provided a beautiful back drop for their wedding day photographs. We really were spoilt for choice so I felt like one very happy wedding photographer.

We then headed to meet the guests at Trafford Hall where they were having their wedding reception, a stunning Georgian Mansion set in 14 acres of grounds just outside of Chester. Guests threw confetti at them and enjoyed games in the garden before speeches and the meal in a pretty marqee. After dinner it was time for the party to start and guests headed inside Trafford Hall to the dance floor for the first dance. When I left Chloe and James the dance floor was in full swing on a beautiful summers evening.

I hope you have enjoyed these photographs from James and Chloe’s wedding at Trafford Hall. If you are looking for a photographer to capture you Trafford Hall Wedding Photography for your special day please get in touch here as I would love to here from you.

Jade xx

Pin It on Pinterest