Ashfield House Wedding Photography | Tori & Wayne

Ashfield House wedding photography

Tori & Wayne’s Wedding at Ashfield House

What a day! I love weddings were I experience something new for the first time. This was no exception. Pinata’s in the evening instead of a cake, what a great idea. Of course pinatas of each other to bash. So so much fun, a wedding day at Ashfield House to remember.

This was my first time as a wedding photographer at Ashfield House (in the heart of Lancashire), it’s actually a venue very local to me. What a wonderful venue, setting and backdrop to be wed and have your wedding day. Tori got ready in the special bridal room. So much space and I loved using the photo frames to make reflection shots, like below. It was then a drive over to their local village and church for the ceremony. Wayne was of course quite nervous, understandably. After they were wed, it was then back over to Ashfield House in their wedding car.

Natural Wedding Photography

Tori and Wayne hired me, as all my couples do, because I specialise in natural photography. No stopping and no posing. I just capture real moments happening. These photos are then a real memory for you to look back on after the day is over. Every photo in the showcase was un-posed. Tears, emotions, and everything that happened. They asked me to stay right to the end of the night, getting shots of everyone having a good time at the wedding party. I totally love photographing the evening, the light is different and everyone let’s their hair down. With award winning DJ Andy Murphy at the decks, this was one memorable night to celebrate.

Please have a look through the photos below, just a few of my favourites from the day. A huge congrats to Tori and Wayne. A big thank you to Matt Warrington for assisting me on the day.

reflection in window lightbridal prep room laughterthrough bridemaids dresseshair spray in black and whitebride in mirrormom of bridemom againbride through hazewedding day bliss at Ashfieldgettign wedding dress on photopat on backdouble reflection topgood light and backdropwalking to churchgroomsmen pre weddingthe groom smilinghip flaskint eh carAshfield house weddingfirst looktearsemotions of the dayhaving a good time and funsigning the register big smilethe guests the trail of dresswedding car to venue and receptionarriving at Ashfield Housegood timesdouble image of weddingpicture frame kissblack and whitelong shot backdropthrough the bushesashfield house wedding photographypillars framedeye in focus capturedweddign breakfast set-upspeecheslaughter on top tablefun times at Househand to facewide angle shottears during speecheslovley photowalking dow the grand staircasewoops from guestsblind foldedhitting each other loveevenign doocheersfirst love for wed couplehands momentdancingwedding partythe girls in colourwider shot all inpulling pinata downgreat framing in focusthrough the lens dancingfrom above dragged shutterin love for newly wedsdancing in colourmarried todayperfect wedding locationend of night at Ashfield House venue

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