Having shot my last two weddings at stunning Midlands hotels, the Wood Norton and New Hall it was great to make it three in a row to be a Chateau Impney Wedding Photographer. Emma and Iain had chosen this unique Worcestershire wedding venue for their wedding reception and it certainly didn’t disappoint providing an amazing backdrop to the day’s events. Built in 1873-1875 in the style of a French Chateau, the owner John Corbett having been influenced by the Chateau’s of the Loire Valley, Chateau Impney certainly is a very striking feature of the Worcestershire town of Droitwich.
The charming St Nicolas’ Church in Kings Norton was where Emma and Iain had chosen to get married. With Emma and Iain both train drivers it was great that their wedding ceremony took place in a church where the Revd W.V.Awdry, author of The Thomas the Tank Engine series of books, was once the curate 🙂
We had to dodge a few showers at Chateau Impney but the photos were all completed in the lovely gardens before heading indoors for a Canal Boat and Lego themed wedding breakfast in the palatial setting of the Grand Ballroom.
Finally, a lively evening was certainly in store for all. The guests enjoyed the entertainment provided by Emma and Iain’s chosen band ‘The Suits’.
If you are planning a wedding at Chateau Impney and are looking for a wedding photographer please feel free to contact me to discuss your requirements further.