Spring fun at the stunning Rivington Barn, Lancashire.

I met Emily and Mike at a wedding fair but as they can be super busy we arranged to meet again at my little wedding den to talk about their big day and for me to hear their story.  Working in the army means Mike is away a lot leaving the planning to Emily but upon seeing the day it's safe to say he left it in safe hands.


Emily got ready at home in Lancashire with her family, bridesmaids and flower girls before heading over to the church in an awesome VW camper van.  I arrived before to see Mike greeting the guests as they arrived looking very smart in his army suit.  The service was how it should be, fun, relaxed and full of smiles and laughter!  After the service, everyone headed outside to greet the newlyweds which is the perfect time to capture some real moments.


I don't think Rivington barn can look bad... well maybe when it's all empty with the lights up full after a party it won't look too shiny... but setup for a wedding, WOW!  It's a real show stopper when you walk into the place.  The tables looked amazing and the lights in there really set it off.  We arrived with plenty of time before the meal to allow for more candid photos of the guests enjoying themselves before being called in for the speeches and wedding breakfast.  

The evening was full of laughter and dancing provided by Natty Bee's Vintage Hire and DFC meaning the party never stopped as people dressed up for the photo booth and danced away into the night allowing for some great party images for them to remember!

Are you looking for a Lancashire Wedding Photographer to capture your Rivington Barn Wedding?  If so be sure to get in touch!!

Jack Parkinson