Bridal prep at the Spinning Block Hotel
The bridal party had a great morning getting ready in The Penthouse Room at The Spinning Block Hotel.
It has so many amazing features and plenty of space for hair and makeup.
The groomsmen were in one of the hotel rooms on the lower floors and I was able to nip down to grab a few pictures with them before they went for a drink in the main bar next door.
Wedding ceremony in The Cotton Room
The Cotton Room is a great space to get married.
The lighting and the industrial features make for a really special atmosphere. This was a heartfelt and emotional ceremony and it was a pleasure to be part of it.
Confetti in the alleyway at Holmes Mill
Every photo I’ve seen in this alleyway has been epic.
Whether it’s portrait pictures or confetti shots it never fails to look good.
Wedding portraits at Clitheroe Castle
The bride and groom wanted pictures up at nearby Clitheroe Castle.
A friend provided the transport to drive us right up the hill to the castle itself.
As you can see, it was insanely windy. We got some amazing photos and managed to keep hold of the veil!
These guys had hired a magician to entertain the guests once we got back to the spinning block.
This always makes for great photos when you see all the amazing reactions.
Speeches in the Spinning Block
The restaurant was dressed beautifully and made for a warm and cozy environment for the wedding breakfast.
There are a few photos below showing the laughs and the good times during the speeches.
These guys had a saxophone player who was amazing and getting the crowd up dancing.
Always great to see so many awesome moves and dancefloor hugs.
Sparklers in the alleyway
The final photos of the evening were of the sparklers that these guys had arranged with the venue.
Then we managed to grab a few portrait photos with the gorgeous string lights above.
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