Planning a Ragley Hall Wedding?

A Ragley Hall wedding celebration in this historic stately home will never disappoint. Set in 450 acreas of gardens and parklands, this stunning venue give you an unforgettable wedding day experience.

There are so many areas to choose from for your wedding day.

The Great Hall, Red Saloon and Hertford Room are all available for civil ceremonies. Within the Hall there’s a capacity for 160. But for wedding parties with more guests, there’s the marquee available for the perfect wedding reception.

Although they don’t offer accommodation, as it’s a private family home, they do work closely with a selection of nearby quality hotels who they can recommend.

Their contact details are: Ragley Hall, Park & Gardens, Ragley Hall, Alcester B49 5NJ, T: 01789 762090 | E: [email protected]

I love this venue so much It’s now listed amongst my list of Best Wedding Venues in the West Midlands.

Asian Weddings

Ragley Hall is an ideal venue to host your Indian wedding celebrations, as there’s plenty of room for your guests and no restrictions on the type of ceremony and rituals allowed.

So if you’re planning for the groom to arrive on a Baraat Horse accompanied by Dhol team plus Swaagat and Var Aagamana. No problem! The entrance to Ragley Hall provides an impressive location to welcome the groom in style.

The Great Hall has plenty of space for a large Mandap with all the accompanying ceremonies. Plus, there’ll still be plenty of room for your guests to comfortably enjoy the ceremony. Want to include Agni Puja and Mangal Phera during the ceremony? Ragley Hall will accommodate you also.

If you’re planning a civil ceremony followed by the Hindu ceremony (or vice-versa) everything can be done here too. Your guests can enjoy the beautiful garden area in between ceremonies.

When I shoot such celebrations, you can be assured that however long your day, I don’t charge extra to cover both ceremonies. My unlimited all-day coverage price, is for just that, all-day with an unlimited number of final images!

I tend to start with the bridal preparations early in the morning and will carry on until the evening celebrations are sufficiently covered, and it’s common for me to more than double the usual number of images presented.

If you’re planning fireworks, Ragley Hall permits fireworks their use, then I’ll be there to capture all of that too, without clock-watching.

As an award-winning wedding photographer I’ve always enjoyed shooting both Hindu and English civil ceremonies here.

Hindu ceremonies especially provide me with a feast of colours and rituals to capture from a variety of angles. Because I don’t limit the number of images I’m taking, I can capture it all.

Also, with so much natural light in the Great Hall there’s no need for flash, thus giving a natural look to the images while also avoiding any distraction during the ceremony. You won’t know you’re being photographed thus allowing you to feel relaxed, which leads to better photographs that you’ll love.

Because all Ragley Hall weddings are exclusive use, I love exploring the grounds with the beautiful vistas, with no other random people wandering around to provide a distraction. This is especially important during the bride and groom walkabout session.

I even feel privileged that Ragley Hall have even chosen some of my images for their website.

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Bride and groom in wedding car waving goodbye to guests as they leave Ragley Hall

Ready to Begin?

All that’s left is for you now to get in touch to check my availability, as I only accept a limited number of weddings a year.