Cartwright Hall Wedding Photography
This was Pete and Sheryl’s first visit to Cartwright Hall. What a gem of a wedding venue it is. A few stunning images can be seen in the Wedding Gallery below. Pete and Sheryl capture timeless, elegant and classical wedding photography. Well known for their unique style Bristo Photography are Yorkshire’s top Wedding Photographers. Bristo Photography are located at their studio in Harrogate. As multi-award winning wedding photographers their aim is to provide amazing wedding photos that you will love and which will amaze your family and friends.
Cartwright Hall Wedding Day
Sheryl and Pete had the pleasure of capturing Lauren and David’s wedding day. A few of their stunning wedding photos go to the wedding gallery above. Lauren and David had planned to have some wedding photos take at Cartwright after their church wedding. Cartwright Hall provides amazing architecture both inside and outside. Perfect for wedding photography in Bristo Photographs style. Anyone that has visited Cartwright Hall will know that it has lots of period features to offer.
Bristo Photography can be contacted on 01423 202027 at their Harrogate studio. Sheryl and Pete are a husband and wife team of wedding photographers. They would be love to hear about your wedding plans. Call to make an appointment to meet them and see their wedding albums. They have a large selection of wedding albums for you to see. Or contact them for wedding prices and wedding packages that they provide. If you prefer to email contact Sheryl on firstname.lastname@example.org or further information.
Cartwright Hall – Wedding Venue
Cartwright Hall is a hidden gem for wedding photography. Located around a mile from the centre of Bradford it stands in the middle of the beautiful Lister Park. Cartwright Hall is a civic art gallery which was opened in 1904. It was opened with a collection of work from the Victorian and Edwardian period donated by Samuel Lister. The gallery was named after Edmund Cartwright and was built in the baroque style. Similar to the design of Kelvin Art Gallery and Museum located in Glasgow. Which isn’t coincidence the architects designed both building – Sir John W. Simpson and E. J. Milner Allen.