Friday, 12 August, 2016 @ 13:36
Planning a wedding or civil partnership? Find out why the Trent Building, University park, Nottingham is a great venue for celebrating your special day.
Planning your wedding or civil partnership? Find out why The Trent Building, University Park, Nottingham is one of the finest venues in the Midlands to celebrate your special day.
The grandeur, romance and elegance of The Trent Building are truly second-to-none. Notable figures such as the celebrated writer DH Lawrence have graced the halls and corridors of this illustrious venue, and the magic will be present on your wedding day too. Surrounded by over 300 acres of wonderful parkland, your celebrations will take place in the heart of one of the most beautiful and unique university campuses in the world.
There is plenty of space for guests to relax within the interior of the building and in the gardens outside. Indeed, this means that I always have a whole host of options to choose from when photographing weddings at The Trent Building. From dramatic group shops in The Great Hall, to quirky shots around the terraced area which overlooks the lake, I always marvel at the variety of photographs which comprise the finished album.
The service, style and location of this enchanting wedding venue are exceptional. I particularly enjoy capturing shots of the bride and groom at various locations around the campus either before or after the wedding breakfast. The lake, stunning architectural features, wildlife, and gardens all play their role in creating a truly magical mise-en-scene on your wedding day.
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