Wedding photography is as important as your venue. It should reflect your day and memorise your wedding day the way you want it to be remembered.
Contact me for your beautiful wedding photography at Hazlewood Castle.
Set in seventy seven acres of delightful parkland and historic landscaped grounds, Hazlewood Castle Hotel offers elegant private rooms, luxury accommodation and award winning dining in an idyllic rural location less than 30 minutes from York and Leeds. Hazlewood Castle has been in the family estate of the Vavasours since Norman times and was mentioned in the Domesday Book in 1086. The stunning interiors of Hazlewood add a wonderful dimension to weddings and family celebrations. Possibly one of the country's finest venues for events and celebrations, Hazlewood Castle is steeped in a history of kings, knights and historical links.
Hazlewood Castle is a country residence, now a hotel and wedding venue situated in North Yorkshire, England by the A1 and A64 between Aberford and Tadcaster. The site overlooked the battlefield for the Battle of Towton in 1461, and during the persecution of Catholics through the reign of Henry VIII provided refuge for Catholic priests.
" We were very fortunate to enlist the service of Radek after our original wedding photographer bailed out on us with less than six months to go, and we were only sorry we hadn't found him sooner! The package he provided was exceptional value for money and had the bonus of an 'Engagement Shoot' as part of the deal which allowed us to get to know how he worked and him to find out who we were! Our intention from the outset was for an informal photography package to record our big day and we were not disappointed - the photos really captured the mood and ambience of the day and we barely noticed him at all! All in all, we cannot recommend Velvet Leaf Photography highly enough and would urge anyone to give them a serious look when planning your big day! "
Clair & Alex - bride & groom.
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