Lancashire Wedding Photographer

Propper Lancashire Wedding Photography

Amazing that we had some photos before the day was even over, and believe me they were good! We couldn’t have picked a better person to photograph our wedding.” Chris & Vicky

I’m proud to be a Lancashire wedding photographer having grown up her I am Lancashire through and through.

The best Lancashire wedding venues give you at least one of two things.

A real sense of our region’s history – like Samlesbury Hall, Beeston Manor, or Bartle Hall.

Or a sense of the independent, fun-loving spirit of Lancashire’s people and communities – like Wyresdale Park, Brockholes, or the Wellbeing Farm.

Either way, you’re going to enjoy a warm welcome, a proper laugh, great food, and some of the most beautiful landscapes in the British Isles. These are all the reasons why Lancashire is growing fast into the wedding capital of the north.

Here’s a few of my favourite locations for Lancashire wedding photography – if you can’t see your preferred location here, head over to my ‘Featured Weddings’ page, and you’ll probably find your Lancashire wedding venue there.

Eaves Hall

Eaves Hall is one of several incredible venues owned by James’ Places (the others include Mitton Hall and Falcon Manor), but it’s my favourite, because you’ve got the place to yourself. 

Like, really to yourself – you get to fully take over this incredibly grand hall. There’s no fuss or weird vibes. You don’t feel like a visitor – it feels like you own it.

Elegant, beautiful, massive. Drink brandies in the snooker room while everyone’s getting ready in the morning, or take a walk through the tiered gardens. Trad but cool.

The Wellbeing Farm

Love this place – and not just because it’s 10 minutes from home, either. The whole thing’s a little bit bananas. Whether it’s the llamas in bowties, the donkeys in flat caps, or the hall’s ceiling being lined with old parachutes, it’s safe to say you’ve never been anywhere quite like The Wellbeing Farm. 

The farm sits at the top of Wheatsheaf Hill, and you can see half of Lancashire from up there – it’s a beautiful view (great for photos!) They’ve recently won North West Countryside Wedding Venue of the Year at the Wedding Industry Awards, which is nice – and they’re B-Corp certified, which really helps to reduce the environmental impact of your wedding party.

Gisburne Park

This one’s firmly in the ‘historic house’ category – it’s 1,000 acres of jaw-dropping countryside, but to me it feels like home. I pretty much lived there over the summer for a few years, shooting for the ‘Gatherings@Gisburne’ festivals. I know all the staff, and I know where (most of) the kettles are.

It’s the weirdest thing – you still feel like you’re out in nature, even when you’re in the house. I’ve worked on weddings there where the ceremony was outside, and as the celebrant started speaking, a herd of deer came right down the hill to check out what we were doing. It was a pretty special moment.

Wyresdale Park

I still don’t know how to describe Wyresdale Park. It defies description. I just end up shouting words like ‘disco barn’, or ‘clock tower’ (or fairy-lit bell tent camping, gym, spa, chapel…maybe just check the website?)

In their own description, they say ‘most importantly, it’s a family home’ – and there’s an attention to detail and a pride in their wedding hosting that pulls all these wild features together, and gives it all that magic.

For your wedding photos, the rowing lake provides opportunities for some great shots (from a distance – I’ll be staying on the jetty, I don’t do boats).

Many photographers we had seen had heavily edited or filtered looks to their work. We loved that Niks work was true to the couples he shot and that he was so energetic and enthusiastic”

Lee & Roisin

Book in with me, and you’re getting a local Lancashire wedding photographer who remembers when this was all fields. Lancashire is one of the UK’s best kept secrets when it comes to weddings with its stunning scenery and endless photographic opportunities it has quickly become a popular choice for couples looking to tie the knot.

I am super lucky to have grown up in Lancashire and now to be one of Lancashire’s Wedding Photographers having traveled all over the county photographing n some of the best venues Lancashire has to offer. With a vast array of rolling hills, lush scenery in it’s charming little villages and towns and also boasting some of the UK’s best coastlines and sany beaches Lancashire offers so much.

As well as having all of these beautiful backdrops it bosts a whole host of incredible Lancashire Wedding venues from small intimate country pubs to the most luxurious manor houses and hotels there truely is something for everyone and every budget.

I know exactly what works in every one of these venues, and I’ll use that knowledge to give you the images you’ll want people to remember you by.