Today, we are delighted to share a sneak peak of Lauren and Tim's beautiful preWED photography session captured by www.markpugh.com at Kelham Hall in Newark, UK.
Mark said: "I spent a few hours with Lauren and Timothy at their wedding venue, Kelham Hall.
We took the time to discuss their special day in detail as well as their photography requirements, before heading outside to explore the extensive grounds for their preWED photography session. Kelham Hall is such a grand building, and it is always a pleasure to return here."
Their main preWED photography collection contains 70 plus images. However, we have decided to share 13ish image previews on behalf of www.markpugh.com, and these can be viewed below.
As always, enjoy.
ABOUT THEIR WEDDING VENUE KELHAM HALL
The third and present Kelham Hall "is considered a masterpiece of high Victorian Gothic architecture, entirely asymmetrical, with a gloriously irregular skyline, and crowning 'grandiloquent' towers." It was designed by Sir George Gilbert Scott and completed in 1863. Not long after the fire, "a new Kelham Hall, of magnificent proportions, and of an architectural beauty far superior to that possessed by its predecessors, either at Kelham or Averham was erected in the Italian style...and is justly said to be one of (Scott's)...most successful works." In 1865 Gilbert Scott reused many of the design details of Kelham Hall on a much larger scale for the façade of the Midland Grand Hotel at St Pancras railway station in London, completed in 1876.