couple during their confetti shot at Quarry Bank Mill
16th March 2019

Quarry Bank Mill Wedding Photographer

Wedding Photography

Quarry Bank Mill Wedding Photographer

Quarry Bank Mill is such a stunning venue, I don’t know any Wedding Photographer who would not enjoy shooting here!

We started the day with bridal prep at Emily’s family home. There was so much excitement in the air! Emily’s lovely bridesmaids were with her every step of the way.

Emily looked gorgeous! As expected, Kevin looked a tad on the nervous side while he waited for his beautiful bride in the church. The light inside the beautiful church was a dream!

Quarry Bank Mill Wedding Photography

After the ceremony, we made our way to the mill. It is one of the best-preserved mills of the industrial revolution. The grounds are stunning! This venue is absolutely perfect for a stylish & romantic wedding. If you are looking to host your wedding within the next six months, Quarry Bank Mill offers a discounted late availability package. This offer is available on selected dates only; just contact them for more information.

Beautiful wedding at Quarry Bank Mill

On arrival at the mill, we did a couple of confetti shots before taking the couple on a photo walk around the grounds.

I am a Natural Snowdonia Anglesey and North Wales Wedding Photographer. My style is relaxed and emotive. I cover the whole of the UK. If you or someone you know is planning a wedding at Quarry Bank Mill – do get in touch! Would love to shoot there again!

For more information on weddings at Quarry Bank Mill visit https://www.nationaltrust.org.uk/quarry-bank

bride looking in the mirror checking her look   


detail shot of flowers in vase at Quarry Bank Mill Quarry Bank Mill Wedding Photographer detail shot of room bride and groom during their confetti shot by Quarry Bank Mill Wedding Photographer  


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