Brooksby Hall Wedding

“Sarah not only takes beautiful photos but has a lovely relaxed manner that enables her to seamlessly enter into your special day.”

A pleasure to capture Jo and Tim’s Brooksby Hall wedding recently. It was my first visit for a long time to photograph a Brooksby Hall wedding and I had forgotten had beautiful the church, hall and setting are. The sixteenth century hall sits in 850 acres.

Jo and Tim actually met at school but didn’t start to date until heir twenties. More about their wedding day in their own words follows some images from the day.

Image of wedding flowers. Dress hanging in window. Bridal preparations, the bride having her makeup done. The bridesmaids look on with advice. Bride putting her dress on. The wedding car awaits the bride. Groom waiting outside Brooksby Hall Church. Guests walking toward Brooksby Hall church. Th rushers greet guests at the church.

Bride and her father outside Brooksby Hall church. Gospel choir in the church. Small bridesmaid takes her job seriously. Entrance of the bride. Adjusting the bride's dress.

Bride and groom leaving the ceremony. Bride and groom at Brooksby Church. A proud bride's mother. Guests outside Brooksby Hall church. Close-up of couple in grounds of Brooksby Hall.

Close-up of bride and groom The bride and groom in the grounds of Brooksby Hall. The couple take a quiet walk. Bride and groom chatting at Brooksby Hall. Close-up of Brooksby couple. Close-up of champagne glass. Lights and guests at Brooksby Hall. The groom's father's speech. Guests listening to speeches. bride's father makes his speech. The best man makes a speech. The bride laughing during the speeches. Bride greeting her friends. Guests take a selfie. Guests relaxing at Brooksby Hall. First dance. The couple have their first dance. Guests enjoying the dancing.

Tim proposed on a lovely holiday in Playa Blanca, Lanzarote. He spent the first few days scoping out the area; working out where would be the best spot. The evening itself was genuinely perfect – a walk along the coast as the sun started to set, leading us to the very place. I’ll never forget the view from the platform above the ocean – a truly spectacular evening 🙂

The Bride wore: David Tutera

The Groom wore: A Farley Suits

Bracelet and earrings – G Westerleigh

Hair jewellery – Linzi Jay

Hair – Mon Amie (Amie Kent)

Makeup – Caroline Kent

Flowers: Bradgate Flowers

Theme : Floral, Country

Unique Details: Gospel Choir – CK Gospel Choir

Harpist – Eleanor Turner

First Dance Song: Perfect – by Ed Sheeran



Bride’s answer: Reaching Tim once I had walked up the aisle – a precious moment I’ll never forget.

Groom’s answer: Jo walking down the aisle.



Place: Kefalonia



Make the most of the wedding breakfast as an opportunity to discuss with each other the special moments so far. Really soak it all in!


Sarah not only takes beautiful photos but has a lovely relaxed manner that enables her to seamlessly enter in to your special day fitting in with your individual needs. We really enjoyed getting to know her through this process and so appreciate the wonderful images that we will be able to treasure for a life time.

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