Rivington Barn Wedding

Holly and Kris hired me as the solo shooter for this beautiful Rivington Barn wedding. With this venue being practically on my door stop, it was a pleasure to revisit it to shoot the Heyes-Harwood wedding.

This beautiful summer’s day also marked the first time I had shot in the recently renovated bridal preparation venue on site at Rivington. The rooms were super spacious and myself and videographer Louie had a great time capturing the preparation moments between the bride and her bridesmaids. The first look also involved the bride’s Nan – what a moment as Holly made her entrance in her ruffled dress from Emma Louise Bridal. 

Victoria Sharpe played the bride into the ceremony with some genuinely moving piano music, and stayed throughout the wedding breakfast to play to the guests. She even took requests! Mine was Tracy Chapman’s “Fast Car” which she absolutely smashed. Thank you Victoria! 

The Deadbeats played the evening reception and got the dancefloor bouncing. When the confetti cannons dropped to the couple’s favourite ‘Lathums’ tune, we got some great shots of the couple and their guests as they danced the night away. I’m betting some heads were sore the morning after!



Emma Louise Bridal


Eilish Boardman @eilishbmua


Sharnie Wells @Sharniewellshair (bridesmaids)
Jodie Grove @jodiegrovehair (brides hair)


Flowersmiths @Flowersmiths_florist


Cake made by bride @theheyesbakes


Victoria Sharpe @victoriasharpemusic
The dead beats @deadbeatsband


Louie @llhfilms

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