Sheffield Manor Lodge Wedding.
Last Saturday I had the pleasure of capturing Rosie & James’s wedding at Sheffield Manor lodge.
It also happened to be the hottest day of the year so far. The weather gods had been kind to them both. It was an absolutely sweltering day.
My day started with a brief visit to Rosie’s sisters house in Stannington where I met everybody as the hair and makeup was being done.
An hour later I was heading to the venue for the wedding itself, Sheffield Manor Lodge. It was the first time I had covered a wedding here and I was absolutely stunned by how beautiful this place was. I mean you wouldnt even know it was here as you approach from Sheffield parkway. Let’s just say it’s a real hidden gem.
I have put together a little snapshot of their day which was an absolute pleasure to be a part of.
SHEFFIELD MANOR LODGE
For those of you that are not familiar with Sheffield Manor Lodge , here is a brief insight into how the venue works. Sheffield Manor Lodge has only recently started doing weddings over the last few years, and is aimed at the Boho and DIY market.
The Turret House doorway provides the opportunity for outdoor ceremonies and provides seating for up to 50 guests with an option to hire in additional seating for up to 100 guests. Indoor Ceremonies – The Turret House is an intimate venue suitable for small ceremonies. There are two licensed rooms which each hold 25 guests. New Reception Venue – Manor Oaks House extends from our traditional Georgian farmhouse into an enclosed garden. The barn-like room features original stone work and exposed wooden beams dotted with fairy lights. You’ll find a bottle bar tucked into the original house.
If you are planning a wedding at Sheffield Manor Lodge please feel free to get in touch. I’d love to hear about your plans.