Trevor Hall Wedding Photography

Historic North Wales Wedding Venue

Wow! What an honour it was for me to be a Trevor Hall wedding photographer. Trevor Hall is such a stunning wedding venue in Llangollen, North Wales. Although I have photographed in Llangollen before at Tower Hill Barns, this was the first time I had ever photographed at Trevor Hall before Rachel and Adam’s wedding there. As I pulled up to the Georgian stately home the first thing I noticed were the stunning views. It was raining hard, but once I got inside, Trevor Hall was warm and cosy. There is so much history in Trevor Hall with a stone on the outside into which is carved the date, 1742. The house was fully restored after a fire in the 1960’s reduced it to a shell and is now back to its former glory.

From the first minute I met Rachel and Adam I knew their wedding was going to be epic. Not only are they an absolutely amazing couple but they had rounded up a crack squad of wedding suppliers at an awesome venue. Barretts Event Caterers provided the incredible meal and it was great to see Gavin Jones and his band, The Rush keeping the dance floor bouncing all night.

Here are a few of my favourite photographs from Rachel and Adam’s Trevor Hall wedding:

Bridesmaid opens a present from the bride in bed wearing a wedding robeBridesmaid reads inscription on a present from the brideBridesmaid hugging the brideBride crying whist sat on the bed with bridesmaidBride wiping away tears in the mirrorLittle boy photographed through the bannisters of the venueGroomsman ironing a shirt before the ceremonyGroom doing up his cufflinksGroom reading messages from the brideGroom laughing at messages from the brideGroom getting emotional while reading a card from the brideGroomsman having his tie tied by another goomsmanGroom tying his tie by the window with his eyes closedMan sat in a chair reading a bookBridesmaid putting a buttonhole on the father of the brideBridesmaid helping the bride into her dressGuests with umberellas waiting outside the wedding venueClose up of the cello player's hand of a string quartetBridesmaid crying whilst doing a reading during the ceremonyBride smiling during the ceremonyClose up of the bride's hands during the ceremonyThe Groom smiling during the ceremonyBride reading her vows during the wedding ceremonyBridesmaid crying during the ceremonyBridesmaid doing a reading during the wedding ceremonyGuests laughing during the ceremonyBridesmaids laughingBride hugging a bridesmaidBride kneeling down to talk to the page boyBride hugging a pageboyGuest smilingGuests hugging during the drinks receptionClose up of rain on the window with the bride and guests in the backgroundBride hugging a guestGuests taking a selfieGuests laughing during the drinks receptionBride and groom laughing while walking through confettiBride and groom in front of the venueBride and groom close upNatural photo of couple walking up the pathChild with a stick on moustacheBeer in ice bucketsBride and groom laughing at the speechesBride smiling at the groom as he does his speechBest man wearing a rain mac and holding a water balloon as he does his speechTrevor Hall Wedding PhotographerClose up of bride and groom, backlit with flashBride resting her head on the groom as they danceBride and groom smile at each other as they danceBride and groom dancing with their heads togetherGuests laughing as they danceBridesmaid on the dance floorSinger of the band with some guests behind himSinger in the band sings to the guestsSaxophonist in the band playsBride and groom dancing to the wedding bandGuests dance on the dance floorGroom and friends smoke cigars at the end of the weddingBride and groom surrounded by smoke

Here are Rachel and Adam with some words about their Trevor Hall Wedding

How did you both meet?

I was working on behalf of her majesty’s government in Krakow, using a code name and claiming I was a seller for Universal Exports. Rachel was managing a bar I was staying in and made the best vodka martini I’d ever tasted, so I asked if I could buy her dinner and the rest is history. 
Not really. Tinder.

What was the proposal like?

Having spent most of our relationship convincing Rachel that I didn’t want to get married, because I genuinely didn’t, I realised that it was unfair of me to stop her from enjoying something that she’d spent her life dreaming of.
I took her to her favourite spot on the Wirral & asked her how she imagined I’d propose if I ever did. She said it would be a hugely convoluted affair involving games & puzzles & things.
I said I thought she’d prefer if I did something like take her to favourite spot on the Wirral before getting down on one knee and proposing. At which point I got down on one & proposed.

How did you find wedding planning?

I found it really easy because Rachel did it all. I think the key thing is to sit down and work out what really matters to you. To us, it was being surrounded by our family & friends & having a great big party.

Why did you choose Trevor Hall as your wedding venue?

One of the other things that mattered to us was paying for everyone’s booze, so we needed a venue where we could do that and it not be extortionate.
Trevor Hall was a superb venue, basically saying to us that we could treat it as though we were getting married in our own home. We hired a marquee and everything just spotted into place. Apart from the weather….

What was your favourite part of your wedding day?

Genuinely it was just being surrounded by everyone we love. Having a dance, a sing and a great time.

What song did you have for your first dance and why did you choose it?

We Have All The Time In The World, Louis Armstrong.
We caught in two minds between that & another, more modern song. Then a couple of months before the wedding I was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis & it suddenly seemed to be so much more fitting.

If there is anything else you would like to add about your wedding?

I’m not just saying this because you’ve asked us to complete this questionnaire, but Kyle absolutely made the day a treat for us. There was no question too big or request that you weren’t willing to help us with. Most importantly, we barely noticed you were there, which is different to some photographers that we’ve seen at other weddings!
We couldn’t be more delighted with the photographs you produced, managing to capture the day perfectly.

Supplier Shout Outs

Venue – Trevor Hall

Band – The Rush

Catering – Barretts Event Caterers

Cake – Our friend Beth runs a company called Cake Costumier, so she kindly made a wedding cake for us, which was amazing.

If you’re looking for a Trevor Hall Wedding Photographer, get in touch to get started.

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