Browsholme Hall weddings are fantastic to be part out, especially as a photographer. Adam and Emma had their wedding ceremony in the hall itself. With it’s old features and the incredible window light that was flooding in was a wedding photographers dream. After the wedding ceremony their guests enjoyed sausages on a line, which was something new to me – but what a great idea? The owner of the hall kindly let me use an upstairs window to photograph the whole group shot from above with a stunning backdrop. Adam, Emma and I went for a small walk around the grounds and I captured some really natural moments between them which was lovely. Browsholme Hall has it’s own lake and a boat that can be used. Emma wasn’t sure at first, but after a little persuasion from Adam they set off on the water which is already a really nice memory for them.
10 Un-posed Browsholme Hall Photos from Adam & Emma’s Wedding
Their evening reception was held at Tithe Barn adjacent to the hall. What a fantastic wedding and I’m looking forward to future Browsholme Hall weddings in the coming years. To Adam and Emma, a massive congratulations again on getting married, I’m pleased you love the photos and I’m now looking forward to making you a gorgeous wedding album in time for Christmas.
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I was delighted to receive this message written in a thank you card:
“David, You might recognise the photo on the front! Thank you very much for doing such a superb job with our wedding photos. We love all of our photos and we have brilliant memories of the whole day to look back on. We can’t wait to get the album too. Hopefully you enjoyed the day also and get to do more weddings at Browsholme Hall. Adam & Emma”
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