A beautiful Derbyshire wedding at Osmaston Park near Ashbourne. I always encourage my couples to limit the logistics and journeys between their wedding venues as much as possible. However, when your chosen reception venue is miles from your family church sometimes you just have to build the travel into the day. Esther’s family church in Kings Norton (to the south of Birmingham) is almost 60 miles and 80 mins drive from the amazing setting of Osmaston Park. For Esther and Matt it was worth the extra travel time. Plus, Matt chose a rather nice vehicle for the couple to make the journey in.
Osmaston Park Wedding in Ashbourne, Derbyshire
With the ceremony complete, a cruise up the A38 in a vintage E-Type Jaguar ended in the amazing surroundings of Osmaston. This is formerly the site of the grand Osmaston Hall which was knocked down in 1938. It is now home to a huge marquee and an amazing view across acres of Derbyshire. Inside the marquee the couple had installed a forest of home-made paper lanterns. There were also some custom printed cushions and tablecloths and a table of fine spirits. The guest tables used clocks to denote their number.