Micklefield Hall Wedding Photography
Photographing weddings at Micklefield Hall
Micklefield Hall was built in the 1700s, parts of the house were later re-designed by Sir John Soane in the 18th Century. Micklefield Hall stands in 350 acres of fine Hertfordshire farm and parkland, yet is less than 25 miles from the hustle and bustle of central London.
The stunning 16th century listed Tithe Barn has recently been restored. Before the age of modern farming, it was used as a barn where the wheat was stored and threshed during the winter period on the estate farm. It was redundant for 50 years, then the owners came up with the idea of restoring it use for events use, as a result this wonderful building was saved from dereliction. The extensive works began in 2010 and were completed in 2014.
Micklefield also offer the option of an outdoor ceremony beside their waterside Temple. The area is gorgeous with it’s colourful herbaceous borders and enchanting water features, it is such a pretty setting to host your civil wedding ceremony. Micklefield Hall offers the option of a marquee or barn wedding reception, whichever option you choose it’s an amazing setting for your special day.
The estate is managed by the Rankin family who own and live in the house, as a result this elegant Georgian country house and wedding venue has a lovely family feel. Micklefield offers total privacy and exclusivity, once combined with the truly enchanting setting it makes for one amazing wedding venue.
I’ve only photographed two weddings at Micklefield Hall, on each visit I was completely blown away by this beautiful venue, the amazing range of options for picture backdrops was great too. The outdoor ceremonies by the waterside temple are fabulous for picture opportunities, for couples looking for somewhere quirky and unique to take their vows it doesn’t get much better.
If you’d like to discuss your Micklefield Hall wedding photography requirements, I’d love to hear from you, or for more information about hosting your wedding at Micklefield Hall click here.