Mitton Hall Wedding Photography
A look back to Jenny and Jack’s wedding in December in the gorgeous Ribble Valley!!
Jenny got ready at her parents house in Longridge with all of her bridesmaids, flower girl, Mum and Dad, it was a lovely morning with lots of laughter.
The house had been decorated with bridal balloons and banners, there was plenty of food and treats and a few bottles of Prosecco to celebrate the morning. Once they were ready the girls then jumped into a Rolls Royce to get to the ceremony.
Lots of neighbours and friends gathered eagerly outside the church to see Jenny arrive, with the wedding being just after Christmas, there were plenty of people still off work, and Jenny’s onlookers gave some big oooos’s and awww’s as she got out of the car with her Dad.
Jack got ready at home with the lads. It was an extra special day for Jack as it was his birthday!! Jenny asked his mates to surprise him with a gift that she had left all wrapped up. Jenny had bought him a bloody awesome Hugo Boss watch.
At the Church
The ceremony was a beautiful service at their local church in Longridge. The church looked so cute with candles and lights, and flowers all fitting in with the time of year. They chose a full wedding service led by the vicar, and readings from family and friends made the service very personal to them.
They chose Mitton Hall as we all know, December is renowned for being hit and miss with the weather, so Mitton Hall is a venue which gives plenty of photo opportunities if it rained.
It was a rustic wedding, which personally I love. They had hand made lots of items for the tables and their table plan made with gin bottles and crates was the best table plan in my opinion, I LOVE gin. Jenny even made the 4 tier cake herself, it was magnificent, and absolute show stopper !!
I love shooting Mitton Hall weddings because the old hall has a beautiful chandelier and a great big open fire which-made the whole atmosphere more festive . There’s photo opportunities everywhere, from small door ways, to the epic light that comes in through the windows, and trees that line the pathway to the hall, I just love shooting here.
They had a drinks reception in the afternoon, and DFC brought the dance floor to life in the evening. They decorated the venue with wintery pieces and Gin bottles, and it all looked bloody amazing!!
Jenny wore St Patrick ‘Lexy’ dress, purchased from Love Story Bridal, and Jack wore Green tweed suit from Moss Bros and they both looked so gorgeous.
Jenny’s flowers were amnesia and white roses with gypsophila by Charlotte Bailey at The Flower Shop, Clitheroe. Jack looked dapper in his tweed suit with his shiny new Hugo Boss watch taking pride of place!!
Jenny got in touch with me about a 10 months before the wedding, I met the couple at their best mates wedding. They said they wanted a fun photographer to capture their day, and I loved that they were so chilled. The couple says that if you’re planning your wedding, the biggest piece of advice they could give you is to enjoy every minute as it flies by so quickly!
Jenny and Jack’s wedding was just stunning and had such a chilled vibe. Here’s their wonderful day!
If you’re planning a Mitton Hall wedding, get in touch! – 07817 595710
Venue: Mitton Hall
Video: James Lindsay
Flowers: The Flower Shop Clitheroe
Dress: Love Story Bridal
Suit: Moss Bros
Stylist: Brides Little Helper
Cake: Made by Jenny the Bride