Mitton Hall Wedding Photography- Laura & Tim

Mitton Hall Wedding Photography- Laura & Tim’s Clitheroe Wedding

I can’t wait to share Laura & Tim’s amazing Mitton Hall Wedding Photography with you, their day was absolutely amazing from beginning to end!

Mitton Hall Wedding Photography

I absolutely love Mitton Hall, I’ve always said I would get married here myself because I’ve loved it since the very first wedding I photographed here. Mitton Hall is a stunning 16th century Manor House surrounded by beautiful Clitheroe countryside and nestled right next to the river it’s not short of stunning scenery. The staff are fantastic and the food is always to die for, what more could you want from a wedding venue?!

Clitheroe Wedding at Mitton Hall 

Laura and Tim chose the Whalley Parish Church for their ceremony just a few miles down the road in Whalley so the girls got ready at Mitton Hall in the morning with the boys just a few miles away at the Shireburn Arms. Laura wore a show-stopping embellished white dress with a simple relaxed hairstyle. The bridesmaids wore blush pink full length dresses and the groomsmen wore blue three piece suits with button holes complimenting the blush and nude colour scheme.

After the longest confetti tunnel in the world outside church we all headed back to Mitton Hall for the reception. The suite at Mitton Hall had been transformed into Laura’s gorgeous wedding vision and looked amazing ready for their wedding breakfast. The room had been filled with flowers and personal details.

The speeches were touching and hilarious, I think Laura’s highlight was gaining two new piglets to add to her collection! After the speeches followed some of the best dance moves as The Bourbon Street band got the party started!

Congratulations once again you two, it was an absolute pleasure spending the day with you all!


Venue- Mitton Hall

Venue Dressing- Creative Cover Hire

Flowers- The Flower Shop Clitheroe

Entertainment- The Bourbon Street Band & Dance Floor Couture Lancashire

Transport- Vintage Love Bugs