Winter Wedding at The Tithe Barn, Bolton Abbey

Amy and Charlie’s winter wedding at the Tithe Barn, Bolton Abbey was a truly magical and unforgettable wedding. This was my first visit to the Tithe Barn and I absolutely fell in love with the place, from the moment I arrived at the venue, I was  struck by the stunning wintery greens and soft candle lighting that had been used to decorate the space, Amy and Charlie had clearly spent a lot of time planning the details of the decor and it really showed. The Tithe Barn itself is a rustic yet luxurious venue, steeped with history that provided the perfect backdrop for this special occasion. Inside the barn, we were greeted by a warm and cozy atmosphere that was filled with love and joy as family and friends had started to arrive. 

The ceremony itself was a truly touching and emotional experience. As Amy and Charlie exchanged their vows, it was clear to see the deep love and commitment they have for one another. They said their “I do’s” surrounded by their closest family and friends, and a few emotional tears being shed from the front row.After the ceremony, we headed outside to take some beautiful photographs in the stunning grounds of the Tithe Barn. The wintery landscape provided the perfect backdrop for our shots, it was the perfect opportunity to capture some truly special memories.

As the winter evening drew in, everyone headed back inside to enjoy the reception. The Tithe Barn had been transformed into a beautiful reception space for dinner and speeches.

The party kicked off with one of my favourites: Back Chat Brass which always goes down a treat and this was no different. There’s just something a bit special about an interactive live act that gets involved on the dancfloor!

Tithe Barn, Bolton Abbey Wedding Photography

Amy and Charlie’s winter wedding at the Tithe Barn, Bolton Abbey was a truly wonderful and magical day. I’m so grateful to have been a part of this special day, and humbled to have been able to capture the day for them.

Here’s just a small selection of photographs from the day: