A Romantic Winter Wedding At Browsholme Hall
Browsholme Hall wedding photography is always a pleasure to shoot. It’s the perfect year-round wedding venue with its vast estate, gardens, and lake, its characterful main hall, and the rustic Tithe barn too. Louise & Simon planned for a wonderfully cozy and romantic wedding at Browsholme Hall, they had booked a date just before Christmas which added some seasonal excitement and the added bonus of wintery decorations.
I started the day with Louise who was preparing herself in the Mews Cottage surrounded by her family and friends. Simon arrived soon after so I grabbed the chance to spend a little time with them both before their ceremony began. The atmosphere was friendly and excited for the day ahead, Louise was dressed with the help of her mum and bridesmaids before an emotional dress reveal to her dad.
Browsholme Hall Wedding Photography
The wedding guests were soon gathered in the beautifully decorated Tythe Barn for the couple’s ceremony. The bridal party walked up the aisle along with honorary K9 members, Daisey & Sam, followed by the bride Louise and her Dad. After a lovely ceremony filled with laughter and some heartfelt moments, the couple walked back up the aisle as man and wife before exiting the barn into a flurry of confetti and enjoying a drinks reception and hugs of congratulations with their guests.
Wedding Portraits Around Browsholme Hall
Louise & Simon had been well aware of the lovely British winter weather possibilities and had booked one of the stunning rooms in the main Hall for some family formals and portraits together. Luckily the weather was on our side for the day but we made good use of the beautiful light and surroundings of the hall before having a wander up to the main lake. Again being massively good sports, Louise & Simon jumped in one of the rowing boats and took it for a quick spin around the gorgeous lake.
Wine Themed Wedding Breakfast In The Tithe Barn
The couple had decided on a wine and gin theme for their wedding breakfast celebrations with gold painted bottles along with unique floral decor. They had given out scratch cards for wedding favors and kept with a cozy candlelit atmosphere. Once the guests were seated, they welcomed Louise & Simon to their wedding breakfast before enjoying a round of speeches and a delicious meal.
Sparklers And Lake Side Portraits
After dinner, the couple exited their wedding breakfast and into a sparkler guard of honor from their guests, something that’s always pretty magical to experience and best done before it gets too late into the evening, if you get my meaning… The couple then took to the floor for their first dance and their guests joined them for the rest of the evening and gave them an awesome party to remember!
So a Huge Congratulations and Thank You to Louise & Simon for having me with you, I had an ace day as your Browsholme Hall Wedding Photographer!
Louise & Simon’s Wedding Suppliers –
Dress – WED2B
Suits – Swarbricks Suit Hire Manchester
Hair – Bridal and Occasion Hair by Alice Rose
MUA – Beauty Therapy By Laura Coupland
Florist – The Flower Shop Clitheroe
Cake – Sues Cakes
Catering – Twelve EVENT Management
DJ – DJ Dave Whicker
About Browsholme Hall
Browsholme Hall is a privately owned Elizabethan house in the parish of Bowland Forest Low in the borough of Ribble Valley, Lancashire, England. Built in 1507 by Edmund Parker, the Hall overlooks the Hodder Valley and is still lived in by that family and therefore has a genuine claim to be the oldest surviving family home in Lancashire. Since 1954, it has been designated a Grade I listed building by English Heritage.
Facts About Browsholme Hall –
- The Tythe Barn has been lovingly restored for weddings and events.
- 3 unique civil ceremony locations inside the barn, main house and outside next to the refurbished lily pond.
- Wedding breakfast space for 120 guests and an evening party of 200 guests.
- A private courtyard, a bar to entertain your guests and a wood-fired oven for hot fresh homemade pizzas.
- Vast beautiful gardens and grounds for portraits.
- A lake with a boathouse and rowing boats.
- Accommodation in the form of cottages and micro lodges.
How can you get in touch with Browsholme Hall about weddings?
Email – firstname.lastname@example.org
Call via – 01254 827 160
Website – browsholme.com
Address – Browsholme Hall, Clitheroe Road, Cow Ark, Clitheroe, Lancashire, BB7 3DE
Instagram – @browsholme
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