A Rockliffe Hall Wedding. Set amidst 375 acres of secluded grounds, this luxurious redbrick mansion, Rockliffe Hall, seemed the exquisite choice of venue for Laura and Nathan to hold their wedding celebrations. Perfect for discovering the treasures of Durham, this hidden gem, situated on the North Yorkshire border promised a five star home-away-from-home and offered the perfect surroundings for that all-important idyllic escape. Opting for a ceremony held in the lovingly restored Victorian Orangery, situated in the heart of the Old Hall at Rockliffe, Laura and Nathan’s wedding was surrounded by beautiful views of the terrace and gardens, while the high glass ceiling allowed the outdoor light to shine through. Boasting an opulent ambience, romantic setting and magnificent grandeur there really was no other venue that compared to Rockliffe Hall for the nuptials.

The Rockliffe Hall Wedding Photographer and Videographer, CARRO Studio, took a relaxed approach when photographing Laura and Nathan on their wedding day, adding both posed and candid pictures to their wedding album. After falling in love with CARRO’s style the couple instantly knew they had chosen the perfect photographer to capture the raw and emotional moments throughout their day when they saw their breath-taking wedding images.

The bride elegantly walked the aisle in a stunning fishtail gown, fitted with a sweetheart neckline and signature cut-out lace detailing. To complete her look she wore striking red heels and carried a hand-wrapped bouquet of ivory and blush pink roses. Awaiting his bride at the altar, the groom, Nathan stood in a three piece navy suit with matching ivory flower. Captured by Rockliffe Hall Wedding Photographer Carro Studio. With their venue, Rockliffe Hall and photographer, CARRO Studio offering a bespoke and unique experience to the couple, Laura and Nathan were all set for their dream day to fall perfectly into place and they did not disappoint!