February 10, 2023

Mitton Hall Winter Wedding


I absolutely love being chosen to be a Mitton Hall wedding photographer! Everything about this venue is picture perfect. Firstly there’s it’s impressive sweeping drive which leads up to the stunning Hall itself, the immaculate lawns, the beautifully light and airy ceremony room and the gardens which are a perfect setting for wedding photographs. As you can probably tell I absolutely LOVE it here and get so excited when couples book me to capture their special day here!

Get in touch with the lovely team at Mitton Hall here, or view their wedding brochure here.

Louise & Sam’s Wedding at Mitton Hall

Finally, after three attempts Louise and Sam managed to tie the knot at the fabulous Mitton Hall! Do one covid!! Although it was January, the weather was very kind to us, mostly overcast with a couple of drizzly showers but it was mostly a dry day! Louise had her bridal prep at Mitton Hall. Then we headed to St Wilfred’s church in Ribchester for the couple’s ceremony. The vicar delivered an emphatic ceremony with lots of enthusiastic hymns! After a wonderful confetti arch formed by all their nearest and dearest, we headed back to Mitton Hall. Once there, we were met by a wonderful drinks reception and the opportunity to warm up by the fire before kicking off the group shots. 

Afterwards we headed outside into the gardens for the couple’s photo session. Although it was a little chilly, Louise and Sam were great sports and we had a laugh! It’s always a great time for couples to catch up and have a bit of alone time to take everything in before heading back to all their guests.

As always at Mitton Hall, the wedding breakfast was delicious! This is one of my favourite perks of the job!

Natty Bee’s vintage caravan arrived after the meal for some photo booth fun, while the evening guests arrived. We then headed into cutting the beautiful cake made by Lisa Emmanuel and the couple’s first dance.

I loved being chosen to capture Louise and Sam’s Mitton Hall wedding photography. I’m lucky enough to be returning to Mitton Hall several times over the next couple of years, which I’m thrilled about!