Many of our couples are in the midst of postponing their weddings due to the COVID-19 outbreak. But if you’re planning to rearrange your wedding for a winter celebration, you’ve come to the right place, as we share some incredibly elegant winter wedding inspiration at Dorfold Hall. Think cool blues, lush greens, and subtle hints of peach. Plus, a tall cake, momentous flowers, and incredible fashion.
This gorgeous pair had us all swooning on Friday, with their atmospheric engagement shoot in the Welsh mountains, and it’s safe to say the wedding doesn’t disappoint! Elegant details, a soft muted neutral colour palette and gorgeous outfit choices for the stunning Bride and Groom.
Carla Blain’s atmospheric, emotive photography really brings everything to life and the couple portraits of Betty and Scott are truly special. Enjoy this one loves, if you need an excuse to pair things back and focus on a neutral palette, this is it!
Dorfold Hall is a grade 1 listed Jacobean house built between 1616-1621. The historic estate has a magical and seductive quality to it, set in an oasis of rural calm next to the town of Nantwich.
The elegant garden hides several hidden surprises, including a magnificent chestnut tree believed to be over a thousand years old, and the last legacy of the original Delamere Forest.
If you’re looking for a true fairytale wedding venue then look no further than Dorfold Hall.