Capturing your perfect day at Inn on the Lake
We know how important capturing your perfect wedding day is and so we’ve asked some of our regular photographers to share their favourite shots to give you the ultimate wedding inspiration.
Wedding photography is one of the most important parts of planning your big day and can go along way to capturing the magic of your wedding for a lifetime. Chatting to 7 excellent wedding photographers who’ve worked at many weddings at Inn on the Lake we asked them two important questions.
What is your favourite wedding image taken at The Inn on the Lake?
What are your favourite images showing off the great Cumbrian weather at the hotel?
“I love capturing real moments at people’s weddings especially during speeches like in this shot.”
“I love this sunny weather shot. Capturing natural images of people is a very important part of my photography.”
Charlene – Beyond Imagination Photography
“My aim when I shoot is to capture the true emotion of a couple, the true happiness of the day and doing it in a beautiful location with gorgeous light just adds to the image.”
“When getting married in the Lake District you can’t be too fussy with weather expectations of the day. My perfect light scenario to shoot in is in Autumnal low light with the orange tones to warm the image up. However the Lake District weather provides some beautifully moody shots across Ullswater and I think it adds to the image – whatever the weather.”
Jason Chambers Photography
“The lakeside gazebo lit to perfection with twinkly lights, sparklers and snow makes for a perfect backdrop.”
“This image has captured a truly magical day for this lucky couple and the amazing weather.”
Take a look at our ‘Beast from the East Wedding’ post to see more of this magical day that defied the Cumbrian weather!
Jill – Harringtons Photographers
“My favourite image is of the bride on the jetty. This is one of my favourite images of a bride at the inn on the lake as the backdrop of the lake and fells complements the stunning bride and her veil blowing in the wind.”
“This Wedding was captured in April as the bride and groom were walking to the jetty and the fells are covered in snow which adds an atmospheric look to the picture.”
Karen Jones Photography
“The walk in the grounds are the only time on your big day you will get to talk as a couple and most tell us is their favourite part of the day.”
“The rainy day says it all about how you approach the day. If you want to have fun, a little rain just adds to it! The smiles say it all.”
Luiza Oliver Photography
“A funny snap of the best man and the chief bridesmaid trying to escape their duties and a lovely shot of the happy couple.”
“Nestled in the hotel grounds is this majestic Oak tree which signifies strength, wisdom and charm.”
“The weather won’t stop you at the Inn on the lake.”