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Wedding Photographer North Yorkshire

As a Wedding Photographer North Yorkshire, this region has many impressive wedding venues including Rushpool Hall, Wynyard Hall, Gisborough Hall, Rockcliffe Hall and Judges Hotel. Further south are venues like Thirsk Lodge Barns, Thief Hall and Low Osgoodby Grange The countryside is beautiful and you also have access to beach at Saltburn-by-the-Sea if you have your special day at the Spa Hotel.

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North Yorkshire Wedding Photography

Getting married is one of the biggest decisions you will make. During the wedding planning process, you decide on the location, the best North Yorkshire wedding photographer, the dress, and the caterer. You can’t make these decisions lightly. It’s a good idea to work with a reputable wedding planner and have a professional wedding photographer who can guide you when choosing the best venue. A good wedding photographer can answer any questions when picking the perfect venue. During a pre-wedding shoot, you and your photographer can exchange ideas and get to know one another. It’s a great way to learn as much as possible about what my clients like and want from their wedding albums.

Simon Hogben – North Yorkshire Wedding Photographer

My name is Simon Hogben, and I am an award-winning North East wedding photographer. I provide full-day coverage of your wedding day at weddings across Northumberland, Tyne & Wear, County Durham & North Yorkshire. My wedding photography style is laid-back and relaxed and I want you to be at ease. Struggling to hold a pose can make for an awkward photo. I want to see your natural beauty shine! Your special day should be flawless! During the day, I will find the photos that complete your wedding story up to your wedding day. Your wedding album will allow you to share your wedding day with others through the years.

Wedding Photography in North Yorkshire

North Yorkshire is the ideal place to get married, with stunning venues such as The Tithe Barn, Thicket Priory Wedding Venue and The Priests House. You are spoilt for choice whether you want a classic wedding at a luxury hotel or a rustic theme at a wedding barn.

The Historic County Of North Yorkshire

Teesside and the River Tees divide North Yorkshire and County Durham. In the past, much of the area was supported by various types of manufacturing companies. Now Teesside is more science and service-oriented. Stockton-on-Tees in the North and Middlesbrough in the South are the two biggest cities in the area. While many couples gravitate to these areas for wedding destinations, there are many beautiful castles and manor houses for you to choose from throughout the countryside.

North Yorkshire is set between County Durham and the rest of Yorkshire, making it an ideal location with many different types of scenic views. Saltburn, Cleveland, Redcar, Newcastle upon Tyne, Whitby, and Sunderland are close. You can choose to have your pre-wedding shoot in one area of the United Kingdom and your wedding in Teesside. A professional photographer can help you find the best locations for your engagement and wedding photographs.

Celebrating Your North Yorkshire Wedding

You only get to celebrate your big day once. I love wedding photography and everything that it involves. It’s more than just telling the story of your wedding. It’s about capturing moments in time that may have otherwise gone unnoticed. In between capturing a few portraits, I will get the more relaxed photographs that show you enjoying yourself to the fullest. Many of the photos I take will find their way to social media. Visit my gallery and take a look.

The Most Popular Places To Get Married In North Yorkshire

Here’s a list of the most popular places to get married in North Yorkshire.

  1. Middlesbrough
  2. York
  3. Harrogate
  4. Scarborough
  5. Redcar

In the right environment and atmosphere, my creativity can produce stunning shots that you can cherish for many years to come. I like to sit down with the bride and groom, so I can find out what they prefer. When you hire me as your North East wedding photographer, I will do everything I can to ease your mind. Your wedding album will be more than just a set of pictures. It will be your love story for the ages.

Wedding Venues in North Yorkshire

North Yorkshire has some of the most beautiful wedding venues in England. From the luxurious to the rustic, you have many options to choose from. If you have already chosen your wedding photographer, they can give you a good idea of what each has to offer. Venues throughout North Yorkshire offer a variety of features and amenities. Take a tour of a few wedding venues to see what they are like. Wedding planners are also a good source of inspiration if you can’t decide between two wedding venues. There are so many to choose from!

The Best North Yorkshire Wedding Venues

Here is a list of the best wedding venues in North Yorkshire:

  • Crathorne Hall is a 4 Star Hotel located in Yarm TS15 0AR
  • Gisborough Hall is a 3 Star Hotel in Guisborough TS14 6PT
  • Judges Hotel is a 4 Star Hotel Yarm TS15 9LW
  • Low Osgoodby Grange has Wedding Tipis at Thirsk YO7 2AL
  • Pinchinthorpe Hall 3 is a Star Hotel at Guisborough TS14 8HG
  • Rushpool Hall is a 3 Star Hotel in Saltburn-by-the-Sea TS12 1HD
  • Thief Hall Wedding Barn is located in Northallerton DL7 9EH
  • Thirsk Lodge Barns is a Wedding Barn in Thirsk YO7 4DB
  • Whinstone View is a Wedding Venue at Middlesbrough TS9 6QG

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Frequently Asked Questions

Here are some common questions asked by North East couples who are looking for a wedding photographer.

How much does a wedding photographer cost in North Yorkshire?

According to the Bridebook Industry Report 2022, the average spent on wedding photography for Yorkshire weddings is c.£1,200. This includes a wide range of prices and services from cheap wedding photographers charging £500 to premium professionals charging £3,000 and more for full day coverage.

How much does a wedding photographer cost in North Yorkshire?

According to the Bridebook Industry Report 2022, the average spent on wedding photography for Yorkshire weddings is c.£1,200. This includes a wide range of prices and services from cheap wedding photographers charging £500 to premium professionals charging £3,000 and more for full day coverage.

Is 7 hours enough for a wedding photographer?

A full-day wedding typically means 8 to 10 hours of coverage by a professional photographer. If the wedding is at 1 pm, then the professional would be able to start a couple of hours to capture images from the bride/groom’s preparations. They would then work on the ceremony, wedding breakfast, speeches, cutting the cake and the first dance around 8 pm. Only having 7 hours for a wedding photographer would not be enough to capture a full-day wedding, so is suitable for part-day coverage.

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