A Rudding Park Wedding. Venue Love: Harrogate’s picturesque and privately owned hotel, Rudding Park, gave a warm welcome to Emma and Luke on the most important day of their lives, their wedding day – photographed by CARRO Studio.
The beautifully landscaped gardens, woodlands and luxury venue became a picture-perfect setting for the couple’s special day, offering them all they had hoped for.
Rudding Park Wedding
A classically timeless reception room awaited the wedding party with its panoramic views of the manicured gardens and decorative chandeliers hanging gracefully from the high ceilings.
The chairs were swathed in rose pink chiffon carrying their chosen colour palette seamlessly throughout and at the centre of each circular table stood gold candelabras dressed in flowers of white and pink hues.
Say Yes to the Dress:
Emma chose an elegant sweetheart satin and lace dress, embellished with delicate beadwork while Luke, his best man and groomsmen opted for a smart single-breasted blue suit, rose pink tie and pocket handkerchief perfectly complementing the bridesmaids’ gowns.
Rudding Park Wedding
Fell for CARRO:
The grand Georgian manor provided an unrivalled backdrop for the newly-weds bespoke photographer, CARRO, to capture the true essence of their wedding wonder. A day filled with heartfelt love and laughter. A day shared with family and friends.
Your wedding day is a fairy tale, one that you can reminisce about for years to come and the story of that day can be retold through the beautiful images caught on camera.
Choosing the right photographer who understands and shares your vision is paramount to creating that fairy tale storybook. For this reason, Emma and Luke fell in love with CARRO’s photography as they pride themselves on doing just that.
For more information about this venue, visit Rudding Park’s website or contact 01423 844883.
Rudding Park, Follifoot, Harrogate, North Yorkshire, HG3 1JH
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All photos are captured by The Rudding Park Wedding Photographer.