Being a Pryors Hayes wedding photographer means I provide you with the confidence that I know the venue well. You want your guests to enjoy the day and I photograph in a documentary way telling the story for you. If you want to relax and not pose. You want great photos and a photographer who has worked at the venue before gives you confidence.
I like to photograph actual events of your wedding day. Do you to feel uncomfortable in front of the camera? I will photograph any requested formal shots and then I like to say just ignore the camera!
My Top 5 Pryors Hayes wedding images
Taking photos at the golf club
You can get married indoors or outdoors at Pryors Hayes. One of our Pryors Hayes couples Cerys and Andy opted for a church marriage ceremony before having their reception at Pryors Hayes. Their wedding although wet was magical and beautiful. There are plenty of locations for photograph when you have a wet wedding at Pryors Hayes. One benefit of an Autumn wedding at Pryors Hayes is the early evenings. Early evenings provide an opportunity for sparklers, which make awesome shots.
Why we love working at Pryors Hayes
As a Pryors Hayes Wedding Photographer, I have been lucky enough to photograph there a few occasions.You can find Pryors Hayes in Chester, Cheshire, and is home to a well known Golf club. However, the venue for marriages has a separate side to the golf club, making your wedding feel exclusive to you and your guests.
Of course, the added benefit of being near a golf course is; manicured lawns, beautiful views and varied landscapes. This is a photographer’s dream. The staff there are friendly and we’ve always found the place welcoming and accommodated. We wouldn’t hesitate to recommend it as a locale for your day.
First, Pryors Hayes was a successful golf club. Set in Chester with stunning Cheshire views, it provided the perfect backdrop for keen golfers. The exciting plans created a stunning and unique wedding venue. They created a new luxury venue with the stunning extension.
The entrance to the new event space is a gigantic oak framed glass-fronted door. There is a rustic feel to the building with wooden cladding and exposed Cheshire brick. With the venue itself set in 120 area of golf course and gardens. The premier room lets in vast amounts of natural light. However, the principal room still contains an intimate wedding feel to it.
Added to the outside space is a gazebo which is used for outdoor weddings. Two hedges enclose the space with a grass and tiled floor. This area has an intimate and romantic feel to it.
All together, Pryors Hayes has created a rustic and luxury venue with a modern feel. It is certainly one we love photographing at.