Wedding Photography in Oldham
After the wonderful weather at Cat and Andy’s wedding at West Tower, Claire and Neal were not quite as lucky when they had their Oldham wedding photography at The Saddleworth Hotel. The weather was not on side as I made my way over to Claire’s parents in Altrincham for the bridal preparation. It was very relaxed and it was again nice to see Livvy Morewood who was on make up duties. Once Claire’s father had seen Claire in the wedding dress I made my way to the Saddleworth Hotel to shoot Claire and Neal’s wedding photography in Oldham.
The Saddleworth Hotel
I really enjoy shooting weddings at The Saddleworth Hotel. Claire and Neal’s wedding came only a few weeks after my last visit for Hannah and Tom’s wedding back in May. The Saddleworth Hotel is a beautiful venue and a stunning venue for a wedding. With a stunning main hall, beautiful gardens and fantastic food, I cannot recommend it highly enough. On top of all that, the team at The Saddleworth Hotel are wedding experts and will run your day perfectly. With the rain stopping any plans for an outdoor ceremony, Neal was waiting patiently in the wedding service room inside the Saddleworth Hotel as Claire made her entrance. With both Claire and Neal fighting back the (happy) tears, it was a wonderfully emotional wedding service.
Sunset over Saddleworth
Once Claire and Neal said I do and sealed the deal with a kiss, it was into the main hall at The Saddleworth Hotel for the reception and wedding breakfast. Thankfully the weather cleared up during the meal and Claire and Neal could join me outside for some couple photos before the sunset over the Saddleworth hills. With a secret routine hidden in the first dance and a nod to Claire burlesque hen do, Claire and Neal’s Oldham wedding photography at The Saddleworth Hotel ended with a fantastic firework display.
So here’s Claire and Neal’s Oldham wedding photography. Music by BORNS, photos by me…
The Saddleworth Hotel, Huddersfield Rd, Delph, Oldham OL3 5LX. 01457 871888
Oldham Wedding Photography by James Tracey © 2016