Rydal Mount is a Lake District Wedding venue and also the former home of poet William Wordsworth. Rydal Mount sits high on the hill between Ambleside and Grasmere in the small village of Rydal, in the heart of the Lake District. William Wordsworth lived here from 1813 until his death aged 80 in 1850.
William Wordswoth’s most famous work, ‘Daffodils’ was written at Rydal Mount.
I arrived early on the morning of the Wedding in order to have a good look around and a warm welcome awaited from curator Peter Elkington and his wife Marion who now live in the house, look after the artifacts and operate the tea rooms and tours.
I thoroughly recommend having a look around if you are in the area, I would love to photograph more weddings there!
Onto the wedding and this Bride and Groom chose, due to their occupations not to appear on my UK Wedding Blog and that is absolutely fine so I will just show some small details of the day, suffice to say it was a really beautiful wedding and the Bride looked beautiful, I wish the couple all the very best for their future together. I can’t wait to start on a bespoke design for their Queensberry Wedding album.
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