Hassop Hall Wedding Photography

Angela & Nick’s wedding in the snow


Hassop Hall, Derbyshire, has long since been one of my all time favourite wedding venues. It offers such an elegant location with a real sense of grandeur – paired with all the friendliness and professionalism you could hope for in a family business. It is situated amongst fantastic rolling parkland in the beautiful Derbyshire Peak District, close to the Chatsworth Estate and within close proximity to some beautiful historic churches. It also hold a licence for civil ceremonies and partnerships.

Angela and Nick’s winter wedding was in between Christmas and New Year and as you can see was a magical, snowy spectacle. Their ceremony was held at the delightful St Anne’s Church in Beeley – the village where Nick’s family live.

Embracing the elements, Angela wasn’t afraid to pull on her snow boots and wore them with her beautifully detailed dress.

A key feature of the day was the vintage bus which provided a burst of colour and fun, not to mention widespread anticipation as to whether it would handle the conditions (it did, admirably!).

The party enjoyed a casino during the evening reception, and danced in the very romantically decorated Hassop Hall Ballroom. Magicaisle featured this wedding in a blogpost at the time and highlighted many of Angela and Nick’s innovative and personal touches.

I really enjoyed the opportunities for capturing different lighting at this wedding – varying from the crispy blue brilliance of the day time, to the sumptuous warmth of candles and lanterns during the evening.

To see more of my Hassop Hall wedding photography or to have a chat about your wedding just get in touch – I look forward to hearing from you.


References & facts:

Hassop Hall website

St Anne’s Church Beeley – Derbyshire Churches website

Hassop Hall was one of the first wedding venues in Derbyshire to be licenced to hold civil ceremonies and you can choose whether to have your ceremony in the main house or the Ballroom. It is also an exclusive venue, meaning you can have the whole place to yourself if you wish without worrying if you’ll bump into another wedding.



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