Falcon Manor Wedding

Having visited Falcon Manor the previous year, I was excited to revisit one of my new favourite venues. The Dream Wedding Venues Collection by James’ Places has some incredible places to get married, and offers some of the Ribble Valley’s finest.

Laura was having a church ceremony, so got ready at a cute local air bnb. She got ready with her bridesmaids, sister and mum, with so much focus on family, and relaxation. Laura may be the most chilled out bride I have had the pleasure of photographing. And the dress – wow! Amelia’s always do such an incredible job, incorporating some awesome lace sleeves that I couldn’t wait to feature into our portrait session. Adam and the boys got ready at the venue, with Darren (my second shooter for the day) capturing them pinning on their button holes in front of the window in possibly my favourite room at Falcon. 

The best part of the day was the portrait session, with Laura, Adam and I taking in the grounds and snapping the laughs and smiles between the couple.
We set up a stylish group shot of the bridal party on the steps, a feature at the rear of Falcon Manor. The black-tie theme of the boys was super sharp, and went so well with the pink/champagne colour scheme.
We managed to catch a superb golden hour too, catching those last slivers of light before heading in to the dance floor.

Suppliers

Suits

Jakes & Co./ jakesandco

Dress

Brittany Ann Bridal/ brittanyannbridal
Amelias / ameliasbridal

hair

Sarah Cadley/ sarahcadleyhair

Flowers

Stef @ Honey's Hideaway/ honeyshideaway

Venue decor

Stef @ Honey's Hideaway/ honeyshideaway
Creative Venue Stylist/ creativevenuestylist

Entertainment

DFC and Adam Kornas - Violin Around - Violinist/ violinaround

Film

Sarah & Tom @ Bowness Film/ bownessfilm

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