My return to this eclectic dream for some more Didsbury House Hotel wedding photography. Hands down, this place has to be one of my favourite places to shoot a wedding. I was lucky enough to get back here down to these awesome people, Marianne + Will, who booked me to capture their relaxed vibe and documentary heaven of a wedding. Didsbury House is one of those places that make your head turn, its alternative style and layout are different from most wedding venues and it looks ace in photos. Its close-quarter layout makes it perfect for my style of documentary photography. This Victorian townhouse is an exclusive wedding venue, so you only get to share the day with your family and friends. Exclusivity means guests can be themselves, which I love and I do notice how much more relaxed people are in an exclusive space.

Didsbury house hotel wedding photography


Being in a house, the guests are kept in close proximity to one another which pushes more social interactions. This makes it easy to capture moments between everyone at a wedding. I’m huge fan of framing my photos with objects and people to give my photos a feel like a viewer is part of the wedding day, and so by shooting on a wide lens and getting quite close, the viewer also feels connected. The house is great to use for portraits, I took Marianne + Will around the house after their ceremony to get some lovely shots of them both. These guys are so photogenic, I loved to take their pictures in an alternative style and capture some relaxed stuff with them, where I just got these two to interact with each other.

Didsbury house hotel wedding photography


Marianne + Will decided to pursue a modern and clean theme for their wedding day. Staying quite neutral, the theme ran along perfectly with the venue, very elegant and classy. The flowers at the wedding, by The Flower Lounge in Didsbury, were nicely arranged in a two-tone colour pallet using only whites & greens. I was also very impressed to learn that these two had created their own stationery for their wedding, it appears that Marianne is quite the designer! She put together the menus and signs that were dotted all around the wedding venue. I totally dig it when couples put their own mark on their wedding day, it makes it all the more special. These two also love their movies, hence why they named their tables after their favourite films! Nice! In addition to all of the above creativity, another sentimental touch to this wedding was that Marianne was driven to Didsbury House Hotel in the Smith (Will’s family) family car. This was a classic Bentley that has been in Will’s family for a long time and was driven by Will’s brother.

bride and groom using their family car for their wedding


So a massive thanks for taking a look at my blog for Didsbury House Hotel wedding photography. I hope you enjoy looking through the images below and if you are getting married at this venue, then I would love to hear from you, I eagerly await the next opportunity to shoot here again.

Venue – 11 Didsbury Park / Didsbury House Hotel
Bride’s Dress – TKMaxx & Martina Clarissa Dressmaker / Adrianna Papell
Bride’s Shoes – Office
Grooms Suit – Slaters
Groom’s Shoes – Timberland 
Bridal and Grooms Party Outfits – their own
Wedding Car – Groom family heirloom
Make Up Artist – Fran Clarke Make Up
Wedding Stationary – designed by Bride, printed by
Decorations and Furniture – handmade and ebay
Music – spotify


If you are looking for your Didsbury House Hotel Wedding Photographer, then look no further. Get in touch if you would like me to photograph your wedding at this awesome house Wedding Venue.

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