Lancashire Wedding photography by Emma Billsborough

19 December 2011


I know this is a little late coming but I've finally got around to making time for blogging! Hurrah!

Harriet and Dunk are now officially family (Harriet is Dave's cousin) but also great friends of ours too :) .. We like to head down to Bromsgrove whenever we can to visit everyone (there are alot of them!) but we don't always get to see the family as much as we'd like, so obviously I jumped at the chance to photograph their wedding and was very excited as it approached. And it was such an amazing day, so many familiar faces to catch up with and really really beautiful venues.

The ceremony was at St Peters in Inkberrow, with a quick stop off for a pint at The Old Bull, before heading over to Studley Castle..Woweee!! Now THAT is a wedding venue!

Here's where we started..

Uncle Mike... making some last minute adjustments to the speech..

Beautiful Bridesmaids..

Ta Daaaaa....

I nipped around the corner to the church...

A rather surprised Dave...

Here goes..

extreme confetti!..

Off to the amazing Studley Castle

The room looked so grand, Harriet's mum had dressed it beautifully...

Great speeches..

Possibly my favourite shot of the whole wedding..

After the speeches and delicious meal I grabbed a few minutes for a wander with Mr and Mrs..

Me and MrB with Nanny Jean... (My appearance on here seems to be coming a regular occurence)

And finally time for dancing..

Thanks guys for a totally brilliant day.. we loved it!

x x x

P.s thought you readers might be interested to see a little preview of something I made up for Harriet and Dunk as a gift.. a perfect idea for parent albums...


  1. Beautiful images Emma! I love the ceremony shots (with the light streaming in through the window) and the confetti shots are brilliant! :-)

  2. beautiful images as always Emma - loved looking at them :)

  3. GORGEOUS again. The one of them singing in the Church with that dreamy flare....was pretty...well - dreamy.

    I miss shooting with you woman! x

  4. I want the bride's shoes!
    Gorgeous images as ever Em x