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Charlton Hall Wedding Photography

Charlton Hall Wedding

If you want to see a selection of my favourite Charlton Hall wedding photos then scroll down or hit play on the slideshow above.

2021 was a crazy year, as the wedding world opened up again, the amount of weddings we had to fit in across six months was crazy, however I couldn’t wait for this one. As November arrived it was time for one of my postponements from 2020, one I was especially looking forward to as they are one of the nicest couples… Laura & Daniel. One fresh and sunny November morning I headed to one of my favourite places in the world, Northumberland and the quirky wedding venue, Charlton Hall. Laura actually works on the events team at Charlton Hall so you can imagine they pulled out all the stops (spoiler alert it was incredible).

Charlton Hall

From the outside Charlton Hall appears to be a ‘standard’ 18th century hall, like many stately homes in Northumberland it’s grand and of course looks classically stunning. However dig a little deeper and things don’t appear to be at all classic stately home. Work your way around and you will notice a much more contemporary addition, called ‘The Looking Glass’. The looking glass is a stunning and modern room usually used for the wedding reception, featuring views from every direction and for Laura & Daniel beautifully styled by the amazing The Whole Schbang. This room is inspired by Alice in Wonderland (much like the whole venue), hence the name.

Laura and her bridesmaids started the day in the Stable Cottage, located 2 minutes from the main house. This standalone cottage is perfect for getting ready. I think the proseco and croissants helped everyone wake up for make up at 5:30am! Laura and her bridal party finished getting ready in the main house in one of their huge bedrooms.

The Wedding Ceremony

Laura and Daniel got married in the truly uniquely styled ceremony room at Charlton Hall. Floor to ceiling the room is one of a kind, from the zebra head to the clear chairs, funky patterned floor and lighting. It’s a wow room and the ceremony featured plenty of emotion, starting with Daniel as the bridal party started to enter. From the ceremony everyone headed back to the main house for drinks and photos. 

An indoor fireworks entrance, dancing into their wedding breakfast, Laura & Daniel arrived in style and the fun never ended. Jäger bombs during the speeches continued to some weird pink shots. A DJ & Sax combo had the dance floor full all night and the atmosphere in the looking glass room was incredible.

The Vault (Did somebody say after party?)

The final hidden gem at Charlton Hall, The Vault is an underground area, now used for an after hours party space. It’s great to have the option for a venue to give you space to keep celebrating (for those who are the break of dawn types) and the Vaults feels very intimate and night club like. Such an incredible space whether to party or even for a late night chill.

Enjoy a selection of wedding photos from the day below. Scroll down to see the wonderful list of suppliers and more info about Charlton Hall weddings.

Charlton Hall Wedding Suppliers

Thanks to all the suppliers who made this day so amazing:

Charlton Hall History – The Eccentric Stately Home

Tucked away on an exclusive 150-acre estate in Northumberland, I guarantee you have not seen anything like this before on your search for a wedding venue. Part of the Doxford Group, Charlton Hall is the second wedding venue owned by Richard Shell (the other being Doxford Barns, also in Northumberland). The 18th century venue was renovated and champions the norm with its interior design. A truly quirky and unique space to host your wedding with plenty of accommodation options and breakout spaces. Run by the same amazing team as Doxford barns they are no strangers to how a wedding day runs and along with incredible suppliers have build a truly stunning venue.

If you are planning a Charlton Hall wedding then I would love to chat about your wedding photography, get in touch here.

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