A North Yorkshire Wedding At Bolton Abbey
Let’s do a little history, I had to look this up so I’m gonna share it.
“A tithe is a one-tenth part of something, paid as a contribution to a religious organisation or compulsory tax to the government. Historically tithes were required and paid in kind, such as agricultural produce.”
Ahh, those were the days..10%..yes, please.
A tithe barn is a barn to store the tithes. Not sure why they needed all those tithes. This place is massive.
Feeling brainier now?
Tithe Barn at Bolton Abbey was turned into a wedding venue by Cripps & Co (sounds very non-pc).
Their specialty is restoring old barns and walled gardens for weddings & events. Looking at their website and reviews this isn’t their first rodeo and are well on their way to owning all the barns and doing all the weddings.
The venue is 15 miles from Harrogate (you may have tasted the spring water) and sits up on a hill overlooking the grounds of the grand old Duke of Devonshire’s Bolton Abbey.
Bolton Abbey Tithe Barn Wedding Photos
Here’s a bunch of photos I took second shooting for Manchester’s best documentary wedding photographer David Stubbs. I give you Dan and Livi’s Bolton Abbey Tithe barn Wedding. Do you like the way, I approach weddings? Click here to get in touch.