It was a pleasure to photograph the Wedding of Daniel and Victoria at the Plough and Harrow in Birmingham this July.
The Plough and Harrow is a venue I know only too well, having had many family functions and Sunday lunches in this fine old hotel on the Hagley Road. So I was only too happy to revisit the venue again and photograph Daniel and Victoria’s lovely “Mad Hatter Tea Party”.
The couple couldn’t have asked for better weather, as they shared their intimate wedding with their family and close friends. Here’s some of my favourite wedding photos from their big day.
Built in 1704, this Victorian hotel is famous for being one of Birmingham’s oldest hotels, in fact it is a historic Grade II listed building. It is also locally known for being visited by JRR Tolkein in 1916. They have two different rooms – the Terrace Room and the Calthorpe Suite, which are both licensed for Civil Ceremonies, so they can cater for both larger wedding and smaller intimate groups like Daniel and Victoria.
The Terrace Room is in the traditional part of the building, with tall glass windows leading to an nice outside terrace. In my opinion this room is much nicer than the Calthorpe Suite, which is a much more modern and feels more like a function room, doesnt have any of the charm of the Terrace Room.
If you’re looking to get married at the Plough and Harrow, then I’d certain recommend you pop down there and take a look at the rooms, especially the Terrace Room. If you chose to have your wedding there then why not get in touch with me to see whether I’m available to photograph it for you.
Here are a few of my favourite photographs from the day.