Ripley Castle Wedding Photography

Ripley Castle Wedding Photography

Ripley Castle Wedding Photography.   Welcome to our Ripley Castle Wedding Page. Ripley Castle is our number one wedding venue in North Yorkshire.  The wedding gallery below shows why it is one of their  favorite wedding venues. Pete and Sheryl at Bristo Photography are recommended wedding photographers for Ripley Castle.  We have won Yorkshire Wedding Photographer of the Year four times, yes thats right four times. Three occasions were with wedding images taken at Ripley Castle.  Wedding photography is not just our profession it is our passion. Our aim is to create elegant, timeless and classical wedding photos. To book top wedding photographers call our Harrogate studio on 01423 202027. Come and meet us at our studio and view some of wedding albums from Ripley Castle.  We would love to meet you and chat about your special day. Ripley Castle Wedding Photography

Contact Details

Located at The Zone, Hornbeam Park, Harrogate, HG2 8QT

Telephone Number – 01423 202027

Email – sheryl@bristophotography.com

Ripley Castle Wedding Photography

Ripley Castle Wedding Photography.  Photography are Yorkshire Wedding Photographers based in Harrogate.  Their studio is a stones throw away from Ripley Castle.  Ripley Castle is a stunning venue with the perfect backdrop for wedding images.  Couples have the choice of two locations to hold there civil ceremony at Ripley Castle. There is also the option to marry at All Saints Church on the Ripley Estate. The stunning grounds lend themselves perfectly to capturing  classic, elegant wedding images. Ripley Castle Wedding Photography.

Ripley Castle Wedding Photography

Some of our classic locations start with images taken on the staircase within the castle.  An image taken on the stairs won  the title of UK Traditional Wedding Photographer of the Year 2012 along with the Yorkshire region title. A strole down the walled path towards the bridge near the lake gives more classic images of Ripley Castle.  A little further and we capture the Bride and groom in front of the Lake with Ripley Castle as a backdrop which is second to none.  Ripley Castle Wedding Photography.

Latest News!  Pete has just won Yorkshire Region Master Photographer of the Year 2013. It was  great night, winning 17 awards from wedding Photography to Landscape Photography. Top top it all the overall Image of the year and finally the overall Master Photographer of the year 2013 was awarded to Pete Bristo.

Ripley Castle Wedding Photography

This wonderful wedding venue is located in the picturesque village of Ripley, North Yorkshire. This wonderful building is a Grade I listed 14th-centuary building.  In 1308 heiress Edeline Thwenge married Sir Thomas Ingleby and acquired the Ripley Castle estate. This was along with the mediaeval manor house as her dowry. Sir Thomas’s eldest son claim to fame was saving the king. A wild bore nearly gored the king on a hunting expedition. For his bravery he was knighted by the king and took the boar’s head as his crest.  Visitors today will see the Boar’s Head Hotel & Restaurant and also a statue of a wild boar outside the village church. Ripley Castle has a colourful history and is well worth a visit. The tour guides at Ripley Castle have an immense knowledge of the history of Ripley Castle. Ripley Castle is still privately owned by the Ingleby family.

Ripley Castle Wedding Photography 

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