Eaves Hall Wedding

Eaves Hall Wedding. Abigail & David were one of the first couples to hold their Eaves Hall Wedding outside in the Lawn Pavilion. The Eaves Hall floor plan gives you endless ways to personalise your wedding day and with its cosy snug and light filled ceremony room it makes for a great wedding photography backdrop whatever the weather. What could be better in the height of summer than holding your ceremony outside AND having a Magnificent Ribble Valley Georgian mansion for everything else!

The Eaves Hall floor plan

Eaves Hall has two indoor rooms and two outdoor spaces that are licensed for civil ceremonies.

Eaves Hall Pavilion

Abigail & David were faced with sunny spells and some dark clouds during the morning of their Eaves Hall wedding. They stuck to their decision and the sun held right until the end of the ceremony when the brollies were needed!

Hidden Gems

If you have attended a James places wedding fair at Eaves Hall you will have looked around the main Venue rooms and gardens but your Eaves Hall wedding photos can be so much more!

There are so many hidden photography spots around Eaves Hall. Different areas work better in different lighting conditions. Here are a few of my favourites:

  • The hidden garden path – perfect on really sunny days for a little shade!
  • The hallway – often overlooked but makes a beautiful picture in the evening.
  • The side door – Easy to miss but has a fantastic symmetry and cover for rainy days.
  • Balcony doors – Only room for one but an interesting frame for a dress shot?

Eaves Hall Lodge

One of the advantages of an Eaves Hall wedding is the availability of the lower lodge for getting ready. This means that the bride squad can get ready down there whilst the groom squad can get ready up at the hall. This is great for photography as one photographer can easily cover both.

A grand entrance

Abigail walked from the lower lodge up through the gardens to the Pavilion ceremony. This is pretty special, one of those movie wedding entrances. An isle longer than any church although maybe not so great for a really nervous groom!

Wedding photos at Eaves Hall

As Abigail and David exited their ceremony the rain started to pour. I was quite confident (Whilst constantly checking my weather app) that we could could delay getting couple portraits and instead do some family group shots under the balcony at the front of Eaves Hall. This works so well in wet weather. It’s a little challenging as it is in front of the main door so I have to watch out for unintentional photo bombing!

Eaves Hall Gardens

Eventually the sun came out and really shone! With the wet ground and trees the light was a little too intense so I headed for some shady spots around the gardens hunting out the summer colours!

The evening.

Abigail and David did something quite unique in the evening . They arranged for guitarist/singer Jame Bakerto play whilst the DJ set up for the evening, like a pre evening party warm up. This really worked to fill what can otherwise be an hour or two of down time after your meal and speeches.




If you have any questions or would like to chat about your Eaves Hall wedding you can contact me.