Eaves Hall wedding photography at this exclusive country house set the middle of the Ribble Valley in West Bradford. This is the perfect wedding venue to host your once in a lifetime moment. It boasts elegant gardens, beautiful spaces and breath taking architecture to wow your family and friends and make your dreams a reality. Eaves Hall was build in the peroid of 1867-1871 to be used as private residents. James Places’ bought the then hotel to renevate and use this is stunning building as a romantic country wedding venue.
I started my day early in the morning for the bridal & groom prep at Eaves Hall its self. Jenny & James decided to get ready at the venue to keep everyone together, this enabled me to capture both of their mornings which contained excitement and nerves. I managed to capture a real moment between Jenny and her dad during the bridal prep when he saw her for the first time in her dress. It’s moments like these that make photographing all worthwhile. My Eaves Hall Wedding Photography went on right through the morning jumping between the girls and the lads’ room before it was time for Jenny & James to finally get married.
Jenny comes from a religious background and wanted to have a full service at a local church, St Wilfrid’s in Longridge. It was a big old building with stunning architecture from which I managed to get some great shots from. Being a well designed building, there was a lot of decorative elemenst that provide many framing options to focus more on my subjects. The ceremony lasted around an hour for the full service before we head back and Malvern Wedding Cars were hired to transport the bridal party to the church in their traditional coach style cars.
BACK AT EAVES HALL
What I liked best about this day was how relaxed and chilled it was, all of the guests stayed outside for the majority of the day. Everyone was in a brilliant vibe throughout the whole of my Eaves Hall Wedding Photography experience. I used several areas of the venue to capture portraits of Jenny & James, which included the gardens and the balcony area. I think my favourite part to this wedding day was the evening. Jenny & James had their first dance outside on the bowling green. The sun was setting and I got some ace images with the golden light setting down on everyone.
Thank you for taking the time to look at this blog, don’t forget to check out all of the suppliers these guys used for their day. Also you can check out a little go pro video I made of the day which shows how I work and what I see during the day.