Favourite Venue | Brinkburn Priory | north East Wedding Photography


Last, but very much not least, on my roundup of favourite venues is Brinkburn Priory. I have been lucky enough to photograph at Brinkburn a few times now, indeed its probably the venue that I have revisted the most over my years of doing wedding photography.

The venue is perfect for both large and small occasions, with the option of the ceremony in the white room or the priory itself. The old priory is spectacular with large stained glass windows and tall ceilings making it a space you won’t soon forget. Surrounded by beautiful grounds and with access to the old manor house there are so many different backdrops for photos throughout the day.

With a bridal suite within the house next to the priory and cottages a short walk up the lane for the groom to get ready this venue is all inclusive meaning no travelling neccessary on your big day. The tipis are so versatile and can be styled and decorated to your tastes making each day personal and unique.


Some of my weddings photographed at Brinkburn have been featured on Love my dress and Brides up North.

Take a look at Stef and Hamish’s day on Brides up North here>

Read more about Mel and Marks day on Love My Dress here>

Alex and Alex’s day on Brides Up North can be seen here>


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