Rivington Hall Barn Wedding Photography
As a Rivington Hall Barn wedding photographer, I was pleased to receive this Fearless Award.
Rivington Hall Barn is a Grade II listed building with original features such as the Saxon beams. It is surrounded by fields and woodlands, creating great photographic opportunities. It was a pleasure to photograph my first wedding at Rivington Hall Barn.
The ceremony took place at the lovely Christ’s Church. This small stunning church retains many of its original pews in place, and numerous historical artefacts, including a pulpit from Charles II, rumoured to have heard his first sermon after his restoration to the throne of England.
Once the ceremony was over, it was a drive through the beautiful Lancashire Moors. The plan was to capture some stunning images of the couple on the Lancashire Moors.
However, the great British weather intervened. The moment we stopped, the heavens opened. Luckily, the rains passed quickly as we made our way to Rivington Hall Barn.
Rivington Hall Barn Wedding Photographer
It had been a few years since I’d last returned to Manchester, so I jumped at this opportunity to photograph a wedding at Rivington Hall Barn. The day was relaxed and relatively informal, with the bride and groom in good spirits and stress-free.
Although it was a warm and sunny day, there were occasional gusts. I noticed the gusts of wind would catch the veil and make for a beautiful photo. So, I waited near the bride and for the wind to pick up. The bride holding onto her veil adds to the photo.
Looking for a Manchester Wedding Photographer?
I spent my formative years growing up in Manchester. So I know the North West very well, and I like nothing better than returning to my roots as much as possible. I would love to be your Manchester wedding photographer, so please get in touch and let’s chat about your wedding.