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Rushton Hall wedding photography

Ready to escape to an exquisite wedding venue that’ll have you leaving the worries of the world behind?
Say hello to Rushton Hall.

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As a Northampton wedding photographer, I get to work at some incredible wedding venues in the Midlands, but Rushton Hall truly takes the cake. From the moment I drive down their tree-lined lane, it feels like I’ve entered a beautiful bubble where I can finally breathe again. Complete with stunning gardens and luxurious accommodation, this venue is decadence and luxury all in one.

Rushton Hall is fabulous everywhere you look, so you’ll know from the first photo of the day to the very last, every background will be beautiful.

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My experience at Rushton Hall

I first shot at Rushton Hall in 2007, and it’s appeared regularly on my calendar ever since. In fact, I’ve shot more weddings at Rushton than any other venue! It never gets old though; it’s more like going home … Maybe I should ask for my own wing!

There’s always something new to do, so I’m very grateful that the team at Rushton Hall has been lovely enough to put me on their recommended supplier list and kindly continue recommending me to their couples.

Bride and groom exploring the grounds of their wedding venue during their portrait session
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The Rushton Hall lookbook

Recline your chair, put your feet up, press play and enjoy this whistle-stop tour of my photography at Rushton Hall.

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Five reasons you’ll love Rushton Hall for your wedding photography

  • 1 The Orangery's majestic, big windows let in lots of lovely natural light … ideal for under-the-radar documentary wedding photos.
  • 2 You’ll find everything from grand architecture (including what I think is the grandest front door in the whole of Northamptonshire!) to a beautiful lake and lovely little paths. Just the ticket for romantic photos of the two of you.
  • 3 The rooms are spacious which means it easy for me to discreetly move around and get a good variety of photos without anyone knowing I’m there.
  • 4 The interiors are beautiful which means photos inside will be just as lovely as photos outside if it's too wet, windy or cold to be in the gardens.
  • 5 Whatever your wedding style, you'll find a background to match for your formal photos. Light and airy? Check! Dark and dramatic? Check! Nature's greens? Check!
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The gallery

Rushton Hall is so photogenic it could get picked up by a modelling agency any minute now. But you don’t need me to tell you that. Just look at these locations...

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True love stories

Feast your eyes on these weddings I’ve photographed at Rushton Hall.

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Rae and Tom
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Zack & Ruba’s country house black-tie wedding
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Scott & Harriet’s Orangery wedding
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James & Rachel’s classic English country wedding at Rushton Hall
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Did you know *this* about Rushton Hall?

  • 1 The original church, which was just in front of the house, was pulled down by a previous owner – but the stained glass was saved and can be found in the windows of the Great Hall.
  • 2 A secret escape tunnel – built for Priests during the reformation – ran from the (original) church, under the Hall and all the way to Triangular Lodge.
  • 3 Francis Tresham, who inherited the Hall in 1605, was involved in the Gunpowder Plot. He sent an anonymous letter to his brother in law warning him not to be in Parliament on that day. This letter led to increased security checks and eventually Guy Fawkes’ capture.
  • 4 Charles Dickens was a regular visitor and it’s believed he came up with the idea for Statis House, which featured in his novel ‘Great Expectations’ whilst at Rushton.
  • 5 It’s rumoured that the famous ‘Blue Diamond of the Crown’ was hidden at Rushton Hall. Originally belonging to King Louis XIV, the diamond was stolen during the looting of the French Jewels in September 1792. It’s believed the diamond was remodelled and renamed as the ‘Hope Diamond’.
The ballroom ready for the wedding breakfast in the orangery at Rushton Hall

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