Wedding Photography at Moor Hall Hotel by Philip Charles Photography

Moor Hall Hotel is truly one of the best hotels in the midlands area for wedding photography.  One of the nicest things is that not only do you have exceptional grounds for your guests to enjoy and for myself to create beautiful wedding photographs, there is also a host of areas inside which can come in very handy if some inclement weather crops up.

Originally owned by Bishop John Vessey (1527) the brick built mansion was home to the Bishop when not attending court duties in London or church duties in Exeter.  It is said that he regularly entertained Henry VIII at Moor Hall which may have lead to Sutton Coldfield gaining it’s royal charter.

The house has undergone several extensions and refurbishments since this time, but the building has retained all of it’s lavish and luxury features.  Read more about the hotels history by clicking here or view a few of my images below.   If you would like to get in touch regarding a photo shoot at Moor Hall Hotel or a Wedding then please click here

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5 Wedding Planning Tips

It’s that time of year where all those people who are engaged decide it’s time to start planning the wedding day.  Thats easy, book a venue, make a list of how many people are coming, buy a frock, hire a suit and just sit back and relax.

And then…

Whats that I hear you say, your fully booked for the next twelve months… STRESSSSSSSS!  Yes that’s right most people in the wedding industry get booked up at least 6 to 12 months in advance and that can add a serious headache to your wedding plans.  Hear are my top 5 tips on planning a wedding with as little hassle as possible.

1) Get Booked – the sooner you book the better, all you need is a date and cars, photographers and florists can all be booked well in advance.  Don’t forget to negotiate the date with your venue first.

2)Ask everyone that your booking with if they honour the quoted price, some wedding suppliers (not me) may increase their prices every year, so make sure that the price at the time of booking is the same as when your wedding day is.

3)Make sure you trust and get on with the people you are booking, they will be spending time with you on the most important day of your life.

4)HAGGLE – as a nation we don’t haggle enough but if your not happy with a price then tell the supplier they may be willing to discount a little for you.

5)Keep all of your quotes and booking confirmations safe, you will need them to check through the details before your wedding, most wedding suppliers ask for balances to be cleared before the wedding.

If you would like to talk to us about wedding photography, or book a consultation then please give me a call on 01827 215 707 or email me here –

Check out this guide which is a great source of information. Where to begin planning your wedding

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