Barn Wedding in the Ribble Valley
When Holly and Adam booked me to photograph their Browsholme Hall wedding, they told me they wanted their day to be a huge party. They were both very conscious that this was probably the only time they’d have all of their family and friends in the same place. It was important to them that their wedding day was exactly as they wanted it to be without too many of the usual traditions overshadowing events.
Browsholme Hall Wedding party in the Tithe Barn
From the moment I arrived at the nearby Oakdean Cottages for the bridal preparations it was clear that everyone was already in the party mood. Champagne was cracked open and flowed freely throughout the morning. Always a good sign of things to come!
Sit back and enjoy some of the highlights of a truly superb occasion.
Kind words from the newlyweds
Holly recently got in touch to pass on some kind words about me.
Thank you very much for our wedding photos. We love the moments and emotions you’ve been able to capture. It’s so funny looking at them, especially the ones of Adam before the ceremony. You can see so clearly how nervous he was and then a picture of complete relief once the ceremony was over and we we’re married.
You’ve captured some amazing shots of our family and friends (we love all the ones of my brothers)!
The memories and photos will be cherished forever. Thank you again!
My heartfelt thanks to Holly, Adam and your wonderful family & friends who were such great fun and welcoming on the day. A special big shout out to Holly’s twin brothers Harry & Zackary who had me in stitches all day long.
Thank you also to the very talented Amy Bellamy for second shooting with me on the day.
2018 and 2019 bookings being taken
At the time of writing I’ve got 28 weddings booked in for next year. I’ll be putting up the “fully booked” sign as soon as I hit 40, so please get in touch pronto if you’re looking for a wedding photographer to document your day as it happens.
Thanks to everyone for your support, it means a lot.
Peace is free
All photos are © Steve Grogan Photography.