Sam and Alan were married at Hipping Hall, and Kooky Studios were there to document their day.
Hipping Hall takes its name from the hipping, or stepping stones, that crossed the Broken Beck, a stream passing the hall. Travellers who crossed the stream, on journeys from the West Coast of England to Northern cities, used these stepping stones to get across. The hall dates back to the 15th Century when it was the home of the Tathams, a family of blacksmiths, who assisted those travelling the route from Cumbria to Yorkshire. Nowadays the Hall is a five star hotel and makes for an idyllic wedding destination for any couple.
The garden’s greenery makes for a picturesque location, and the remote location, tucked between the Lake District and the Yorkshire Dales, means guests will be transported back in time for a magical fairytale wedding. Hipping Hall can provide guidance and planning for weddings however prides itself on allowing brides and grooms to cater every aspect of their wedding exactly to their needs.
For more information or to book your wedding at Hipping Hall visit their website here