The town is urbanised and has several remodelled locations where you can have your wedding reception. The venues also offer perfect reportage wedding photography sites. Some of my favourites are:
The Mount was a manor house belonging to the Mander family. In 1929, Charles Tertius Mander died in a hunting accident. His wife, Mary, was unable to maintain the house. So, in 1952, it was auctioned off and this luxury hotel was born with the need for such a hotel in Wolverhampton and its surroundings. There cannot be many better places than the Mount Hotel for memorable weddings and receptions. The 4 acres of tastefully manicured gardens and beautiful views of Shropshire make it perfectly suitable. The Great Hall is breathtaking in its grandeur. This can accommodate 150 guests. Then there is the Manders Suite, which is good for 100 guests. But the Gardens with the Mount for its backdrop, is great for West Midlands Wedding Photography. Whether you want to have a natural background for your photo-shoot, or an elegant modernised one, this place offers all.
Another attractive wedding venue in Wolverhampton is the picturesque imposing Country House, the Somerford Hall. This Georgian mansion with landscaped gardens would prove ideal for great wedding celebrations allowing for the best of Wedding Photography in Wolverhampton. To add to the excitement is the parkland with a river running nearby. So the bride and groom in romantic poses would thrill any Wolverhampton Photographer.
A brand new wedding venue in Wolverhampton would be the Pendrell Hall, a wonderful residence of a Victorian gentleman, Edward Viles, who was a writer of sensation stories of villainy and high adventure called the “Penny Dreadfuls”. This slightly eccentric man also tried experimenting with micro photography. The Hall is set in six acres of beautiful gardens. The outstanding views here can be capitalised by West Midlands Wedding Photographers to document a charming wedding ceremony and the celebrations that follow. Pendrell Hall has a preparation suite for the bride as also two cottages which can be hired for the weekend. The icing on the cake is their award winning caterers offering a great choice of delectable food. They also do not have a corkage charge for drinks provided by the wedding party.
Yet another brand new venue is the Mythe Barn which is rustic and typical British countryside. It has places inside and outside in its quaint gazebo where weddings can be held. The barn offers a splendid rural location for wedding photography.