Derbyshire Wedding Video
Vision Wave Weddings is based in Cheshire, and is perfect for Derbyshire wedding video. We have really easy access to the county of Derbyshire. Derbyshire is a beautiful county, and has the benefit of having a large portion of the Peak District within it.
The first Derbyshire wedding I filmed was the wedding of Hannah and Thomas, who got married at the Buxton Palace Hotel in 2015. In 2016 I had the pleasure of capturing the wedding of Tamzin and Ben – they had their ceremony at St Giles Church in Cheadle, followed by their reception at Dovecliff Hall.
Another Derbyshire wedding venue is Tissington Hall. It’s an absolutely stunning venue, with some beautiful surroundings for portraits. There’s a church located right opposite so it’s absolutely perfect regardless of if you’d like a religious or a civil ceremony. Alice and Michael got married in the church, and then headed over to Tissington Hall for their reception and evening party.
Grangefields by Cripps and Co
Since 2013 I’ve been fortunate enough to visit some absolutely stunning venues in Derbyshire. My favourite so far has to be Grangefields by Cripps and Co. It is simply break taking. Other venues I’ve visited are Hanbury Wedding Barn, Blackbrook House, and Hoar Cross Hall.
Hoar Cross Hall
Hoar Cross Hall is a luxurious hotel and spa, and also a wedding venue. The venue boasts views of the idyllic Derbyshire countryside, it’s absolutely stunning. As a Derbyshire wedding videographer I always value nice views at venues. Nice views mean good backdrops for couples portraits, which are one of my favourite parts of a wedding. Just look at the example videos below to see what I mean.
Couples can choose to have their ceremony at the Church of the Holy Angels, which is right on the doorstep, and walking distance from the venue. There’s a variety of perfect rooms for your reception and wedding breakfast. None of them are any less than perfect.
I first visited Blackbrook House in 2021 for the wedding of Ellie and Josh. It’s a boutique wedding venue, nestled in the Derbyshire countryside. It really does feel like it’s in the middle of nowhere, and I love that. The building itself is beautiful, with lots of pretty Victorian detailing. Ellie and Josh chose to have their ceremony outdoors, which was perfect as the sun was shining. There is of course also the option to have an indoor ceremony. But, if the sun is out why not make the most of it?
Another venue I’ve visited is Osmaston Park, which is again another fantastic venue with some awesome locations for portraits. I filmed the wedding of Laura and Dan in August 2018, and despite the rain we had an absolutely fantastic day at Osmaston.
Derbyshire Wedding Videography
If you’re getting married in Derbyshire and would like Vision Wave Weddings to capture your Derbyshire wedding video, just get in touch via my contact page – I’d love to be a part of your special day. If you’d like to see the wedding videography prices and packages that I offer just click here to head over to the prices page.
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