Brookfield Hall, Lancashire Wedding!

Stacey and Alan picked Brookfield Hall, Lancashire for their wedding celebrations where she did a lot of work herself making the rustic dressings to make the room look awesome!  

Bridal preparations. 

When I arrived at bridal prep the party was already well underway with everyone in high spirits for the big day ahead.  I captured natural pictures throughout of everyone having a great time while getting ready.  Stacey Dad couldn't hide a tear when he saw her for the first time in her wedding dress which started Stacey off also who fought to keep her makeup intact!  

Weddings at brookfield hall.

Brookfield Hall offers two spaces during the wedding.  They have a ceremony room situated in the centre of the building and their large reception room which leads into the gardens.  Both had been decorated with rustic charm, exactly what Stacey had in mind and told me all about before their big day.  Their children took to the aisle first followed by a teary yet excited bride who was talked up the aisle by a very proud Mum.  The service was full of laughter and emotions, the way it should be, making it the perfect start to their celebrations.  

After the service everyone headed outside into the baking sun to celebrate.  This was the perfect opportunity to capture some great documentary images of the guests greeting the newly weds and catching up with one another.  Just before the wedding breakfast I pitched the couple to have a few portraits before getting them back to be announced into the room.  

Singing waiters and the evening party.

Just as dessert was about to come out the surprise singing waiters came into action.  All through the meal they had been working their magic offending guests and not being too pleasant with each other.  The final act involved one of them dropping a large amount of cookery making a large noise and then getting a royal telling off.  At this point they normally leave the room and come back singing... however the best man had got so fed up by the waiter he actually intervened and dragged the waiter out the room to everyones shock!   I actually thought he was in on the act only to find out that he wasn't!!  The look on his face when he came back in singing was truly amazing and had the guests in stitches!  

After the meal it was back into the evening sun where they had candy floss available before the evening party was to start.  I knew it was going to be a great party after all the excitement during the meal and the large amounts of sugar consumed from the candy floss machine!  As soon as the first dance was over everyone was up dancing and having a great time, making it the perfect end to their wedding day!

If you're looking for a Lancashire Wedding Photographer to capture your rustic wedding then be sure to get in touch!  

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Jack Parkinson