Ashfield House Wedding Photography | Elizabeth and Nick


Liz and Nick



What a wonderful day we had over at Ashfield House in Wigan for Elizabeth and Nick's Wedding. We met up with Liz and Nick a couple of months before for their pre-wedding shoot at Formby beach, which was an absolute blast - so we knew we were in for a fun packed day over at Ashfield House!


We met up with Liz in the morning with her bridesmaids in the beautiful bridal room. I absolutely love this room as there are so many features such as the mirrors (great for reflection shots!). Breakfast was being eaten, so we prepared the dresses, shoes and jewellery to photograph the details before returning for the make-up and hairstyling preparation. Everyone was really relaxed in the morning and the champagne was in full flow as we'd photograph away. Perfect Daze produced some gorgeous bouquets for the bridesmaids and flower girls.

Newlyweds at Ashfield House

If you're still hunting for an exclusive venue to get wed, why not consider spending your wedding day at Ashfield House! it's gorgeous interior set up some really nice backdrops for our shots - and then there's the double staircase and upstairs balcony which is great for photographs too, we were completely in our element here!

Liz and Nick tied the knot in the newly re-decorated ceremony room. The room looked absolutely gorgeous, being so white and clean. I also loved the features and statuettes on the top shelves of the room - there has been so much thought and care gone in to decorating the room and it clearly showed in the photographs taken on the day; a gorgeous place to exchange those intimate vows to one another in front of friends and family.

Live Piano Experience

A brilliant touch to the wedding was the readings and 'Lovely Love Story' of the dinosaur  - read out by the bridesmaids. Elizabeth Hendry from The Live Piano Experience was also on hand to provide us with beautiful music throughout the service - it was great working with Elizabeth on our first wedding together, and also seeing her in action during the day was brilliant. We're looking forward to hearing more of Elizabeth's music in the future.

After the ceremony we then whisked everybody outside for the big confetti shot and group shot! we had timed it just right as it would soon rain - so we wanted to be back inside as soon as possible. Liz and Nick were well and truly full of confetti! - We set it up so that they had to walk around the outside of Ashfield House's patio being bombarded with confetti, before coming up the steps for their grande finale.

After the wedding breakfast Liz and Nick were keen to put together some portraits with us - although it was raining outside it didn't stop us one bit. I had a nice idea to light up the rain around Liz and Nick, and use the off camera flash lighting to complement the festoons running down the side of Ashfield Houses' wall. The shot came out really well! - Liz and Nick were lit up well with the raindrops captured around them and the festoon lighting lit up in the background. Winner!

Greek Wedding Dance Off

Another great moment on the day was when the lights went low for TK Entertainment to play 'Zorba the Greek' for Liz and Nick. Everybody got to their feet and made a circle around the pair in the middle who danced with friends and family in the middle of the circle. The party was now well and truly in full swing! Straight after this came 'Love train'! and so, following with tradition of the song - the Ashfield House Love Train was in full motion as Liz and Nick led the train through the house! The party then rocked on until the early hours!


Photography Information

Photographs were taken using a Canon 5D Mkiii camera, a Canon 6D camera and a selection of lenses (mainly the 24mm-70mm series ii 2.8L, 70-200 F4.0, a wide angle lens 17mm-40mm F4.0) and two Canon 600EX-RT flashes to maintain consistant exposure in light and dark conditions and also for night time flash photography for images with contrast. A Canon 100mm F2.8 macro lens was used for close up details for the wedding photography.