A fabulous outdoor wedding in the heart of the Clitheroe countryside
Emma and Mike had their hearts set on an outdoor wedding and the spectacular Gibbon Bridge Hotel was the perfect setting for a truly memorable day. Despite the wet weather the ceremony was able to go ahead outside as originally planned due to a timely break in the rain. It was as if a tap was turned off just in time for the ceremony!
The day was planned to incorporate plenty of fun and games to keep the guests entertained and for me the highlight of the day was the Wellie Wanging competition that took place on the extensive lawns of the stunning venue. If you’ve never Wellie Wanged before then I suggest you give it a go. It’s basically a hugely entertaining game where competitors are required to throw a Wellington boot as far as possible. Scroll down the page to enjoy some of the highlights of Emma & Mike’s fantastic day.
Emma & Mike have since been in touch with the following kind words:
“They are absolutely amazing and they’ve brought back so many memories. We can’t wait to show them to all of our friends and family! I’ve said it loads but you are truly talented at what you do and I’m so glad we found you to photograph our wedding!”
Thank you so much to Emma and Mike for your comments, it was an absolute pleasure to photograph such a fun day at Gibbon Bridge, it’s a stunning venue and I hope to photograph there again very soon. Your family and friends made me feel so welcome! I also want to thank Lauren Jo Kelly who was my assistant/second shooter on the day.
With thirty four weddings already booked in for next year, I’m only taking on another six commissions for 2017 so please get in touch if you’re getting married and are looking for a modern documentary style wedding photographer who’ll capture the life and energy of your day.
As ever, thank you to all my family and friends for your ongoing support. 🙂
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All images are © Steve Grogan Photography.