Losehill House Hotel in Derbyshire’s glorious Peak District is one of my all-time favourite wedding venues. I love the seclusion and the setting, and the fact that the couple have the whole place to themselves for their wedding. I’ve photographed weddings there many times, and it never disappoints. Joe & Victoria’s wedding was no exception.


Creative wedding photography in the Derbyshire Peak District

I love this photo of Joe & Victoria – it not only conveys their sense of fun, but has a nice bit of theatre to it too.


Wedding Photography at Losehill House in Derbyshire

The day started with Victoria and her cohorts getting ready at Underleigh House, a delightful bed & breakfast next door to Losehill House (much loved by my Auntie as a matter of fact, but that’s another story). The gardens there provided a superb setting for some pictures of the dress, and my favourite ever shoe shot.

Photos of wedding dress and details in DerbyshireAt Underleigh House in Derbyshire, the bride getting ready for her weddingThe bride getting ready in derbyshireBridal preparation photos at Underleigh House in the Peak District

Guests awaiting the start of proceedings at Losehill House, plus an early-on photo of groom Joe – no prizes for guessing which one he is. Many of the guests had travelled from Canada, as well as London and all over the UK.

Relaxed detail shots at Losehill House in DerbyshirePhotographs of the bridegroom and his groomsmen at Losehill House

Above: Joe and his groomsmen preparing themselves and walking into the venue. Below: late adjustments to Victoria’s veil followed by the short walk up to Losehill House. I love the reflection shot in the window, and Victoria’s Dad seeing her for the first time in her wedding dress.

The bride on her way to Losehill House for her wedding

Victoria enters the venue to her final staging point in the hallway, while Joe waits. She’s then led up the aisle by her Dad.

Relaxed natural wedding photography at Losehill HouseWedding ceremony photography at Losehill House

Wedding photography shot at Losehill House in Derbyshire's Peak DistrictWedding ceremony photographs at Losehill House

After the ceremony we repaired to the gardens, where the guests generally enjoyed the sunshine and so on.

Natural wedding photographs in the Peak District, at Losehill House

Family group photographs – the big one was taken from a window.

Group wedding photos at Losehill House in the Peak District

Peak District Wedding Photography

I love the photo of Victoria twirling her dress while Joe looks on. Also, Losehill House has one of my favourite windows.

Wedding photography at Losehill House

I love the play of the light on the couple in these natural wedding photographs.

Natural wedding photography in the Peak District

Speeches, fun and games.

Relaxed photos of wedding speeches at Losehill HouseWedding photographer during the speeches at Losehill House

Very natural confetti photos as Victoria & Joe step out of the hotel to walk through the deluge.

Wedding confetti photos at Losehill House in Derbyshire

This was followed by further drinks, enjoyment and so on. Note the bride’s Dad’s socks. I’m not certain of the meaning attributed to Ancient Mariner in this context, but I’m assured it was relevant.

Losehill House Derbyshire: natural wedding photography

A little later in the evening, we had the first dance. followed by a live band, partying and general mayhem. Most excellent.

First Dance Wedding Photos at Losehill House in the Peak DistrictA fun natural relaxed wedding in Derbyshire

My trademark last-shot-of-the-night was a particularly good one, in my totally unbiased opinion. I love the sky, the “swoop” Joe is holding Victoria in, and the setting. The sheep in the background are an added bonus.

Creative wedding photography in the Derbyshire Peak District

Creative Wedding Photography in Derbyshire

If you’re getting married at Losehill House, I’d love to talk to you about photographing your wedding there. I’m based only about half an hour away (depending how many sheep are on the road), on the edge of the Derbyshire Peak District. Please contact me for a chat and we’ll get the ball rolling.

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