Love and laughter at Stanley House deep in the heart of the Ribble Valley countryside!
If you’ve never been to Stanley House then I suggest you pay a visit one day. It’s a truly stunning place with bags of charm and historic character set in 54 acres of Ribble Valley countryside. It was the perfect setting for India & Paul’s Stanley House wedding.
A beautiful Stanley House wedding
The day started with me arriving for the bridal preparations bright and early. This part of the day is probably one of my favourite parts as the mood is always so unique. A combination of nerves, anticipation and excitement make for some wonderful photographic opportunities.
So grab a brew and sit back to enjoy some of the highlights of this awesome Stanley House wedding.
Thank you so much to India and Paul for having me along for the ride, I had such a cracking time photographing your wedding and mingling with your family and friends, everyone made me feel so welcome. 🙂
I’m pretty much fully booked for next year with just four more commissions being on offer before I hang up the “fully booked” sign. 2018 is also filling up nicely so please get in touch to secure your date. And while I’m here, please feel free to follow my work via my Facebook page, my Twitter feed or on Instagram.
Thanks as always for everyone’s love and support.
Peace is free
A big shout out to some of the other suppliers who helped make India & Paul’s wedding so special.
Wedding dress by Eccles based The Confetti Box.
Hair and make up by Joe and Becky at Kellie Hughes Hair & Beauty in Whalley.
Venue dressing by Creative Cover in Preston.
Flowers by The Flower Shop in Clitheroe.
All images are © Steve Grogan Photography.