Samlesbury Hall Wedding Photography

Samlesbury Hall Wedding Photography

Natalie and Andrew chose an amazing location for their wedding back in June, and I’m so glad they invited me along!  Samlesbury Hall is a fabulous place for wedding photography – it’s a half-timbered black and white medieval house and is rightly considered to be ‘one of the stunning stately homes of Lancashire’.  Apparently it’s one of the most haunted as well, but I didn’t spot anything unusual!

The morning took us to Nat’s mum and dad’s house for bridal preparations.  The girls had chucked dad out the evening before so they could have some girly time before the big day, and it was only after we arrived that dad was allowed back into his home!!

The wedding might have taken place in Lancashire, but as Andy’s family are from north of the border there was a bit of a Scottish theme running through the whole day.  Natalie’s arrival was announced by a piper – I love the sound of bagpipes, it gives me goose pimples!

When Natalie arrived for the start of the ceremony, Andy shook her hand!  I’ve not seen that before, and it became a running joke throughout the day, and even made it into the Best Man’s speech.

After the ceremony there were lots of lawn games and laughter.  The Scottish theme continued with mini haggis for the canapes, and of course the day wouldn’t have been complete without a Ceilidh band to lead the dancing.  There are so many great locations for wedding photography at Samlesbury Hall – thank you so much for showing them to me Natalie and Andrew!

Samlesbury Hall Wedding Photography

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