Build around 1850 forSir Joseph Whitworth, Chancellors Hotel is a Victorian period property set amongst 5 acres of gardens. It’s located in Fallowfield in Manchester, a short drive from Didsbury village.
Chancellors Hotel Wedding Photography Tips
Chancellors Hotel has recently been refurbished with a great neutral palette. The interior would complement pretty much any colour theme.
I’d love to share a few tips to get the best out of the grounds.
- If it’s raining, there’s a handy cover over the conservatory area that means group photos can be shot with the gardens in the backdrop without guests getting wet. Perfect for Manchester’s trademark weather!
- In harsh sunlight, the trees provide a good amount of shade for small group photos and couple portraits.
- Wedding cars typically drop the bride off at the back entrance. The cars in the background can be a little distracting. Consider stopping for a photo before the car turns the corner into the venue, or stop for a quick photo in the courtyard instead.
- The garden is surrounded by tall trees, but sun-flare shots are still possible. The timing just needs to be perfect! I use an app called ‘Sunseekers’ which will tell me the exact time on your wedding day that we’d be able to create a photo like the one below.
Chancellors Hotel Weddings
Romantic Period House Wedding at Chancellors Hotel on a glorious day in summer with afternoon tea The Inspiration Victoria & Warren tell us about the inspiration for their wedding day: ‘With a love of Jane Austen and romantic period dramas, we wanted to have a traditional English Summer Wedding.’ ‘We had a traditional Afternoon tea…
Emma & Chris met through uni friends and had a shared love of music, gigs and festivals. They’re also huge Morrisey fans, so we shot the engagement shoot outside Salford lads club, and I got to find out more about their plans for their wedding at Chancellors in Manchester. The table favours were to be…