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Specialising in Wedding Photography in Durham, if you are looking for a Durham wedding photographer you have come to the right place.  The gallery below is a photography selection of from Charlie and Steven's wedding at The Morritt Arms in Barnard Castle near Darlington, County Durham. For our full photographers portfolio please go to the following link here Portfolio.

 

If you are getting married at The Morritt Arms and you require more information about the venue you can follow the link here to their website. Morritt Arms website. Charlie and Steven were big fans of what the Morritt had to offer with their intricate grounds and lovely bridge as you come in to the area.  As it turned out, I found out before the wedding that the bridge was covered in scaffolding.  So instead of the iconic shots of the bridge, I decided to do one better.  Obviously this took a little organising and permission from Charlie and Steven, but this was not a problem.  Charlie and Steven were great to work with and were more than happy to pop out to a nearby field, only 2 miles from the Morritt Arms.



The present Morritt dates back to the late 17th Century when there was a farm on the site. Some of the farm outbuildings were used until this century when they were converted into the hotel and surrounding buildings.Through the 17th Century and the rise of the mail coach, Greta Bridge was the second overnight stop for the London-Carlisle coach, bringing with it a considerable number of visitors.  There were three inns at Greta Bridge, including The George, situated on the bridge on the other side of the river, and the New Inn, which is now Thorpe Farm.  I can highly recommend if you wish to contact me and meet up at the venue. The address is: Greta Bridge, Greta Bridge near Barnard Castle, Barnard Castle, County Durham DL12 9SE


 

Charlie and Steven were a lovely couple, and the Morritt was perfect for their wedding day.  The guests were easy to relax and we had some fun as I teetered on the edge of the balcony to get my shots. The main room fits around 80 people but very spaciously and very well lit.

 

On the wedding day, we had some great natural light and I had planned out where the best spots would be at what time of the day to really take advantage of the natural setting.   Of course I had a few other locations in mind that were close by that would really help to make them feel at ease whilst getting some stunning photography. 

 

http://themorritt.co.uk

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Photography methods used: Traditional, natural, portraiture, environmental, documentary styles.

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