Sarah-May and Scott got wed at the start of September this year. They chose the most stunning venue down in Staffordshire. A Prendrell Hall was both grand and family friendly. We were greeted on arrival and the staff were brilliant from start to finish with both us photographers and of course the bride & groom. There were so many lovey spots to choose from for Sarah-May and Scott’s portraits - a photographers dream! Sarah-May chose a gorgeous shade of blue for her bridesmaids and a mixture of wild colourful flowers for their bouquets. The girls had powder blue hydrangeas in their hair, so pretty! Has to be one of my favourite hairstyles I’ve seen. See lots more details like this below and enjoy looking back at their big day!
Jess and Ben wanted a chilled out, relaxed wedding for everyone to enjoy. One of the things they asked me to capture were their guests having a good time, so I tried my very best to do just that! Both Jess and Ben are committed Christians so the service was a big part of their day. The church was full to the brim with people even having to stand at the back, making it clear they were very loved! They grew up at the same school and youth groups, knowing each other since they were little. (How cute!) I thought it was a fab idea having canapés and champagne straight after the service giving them a chance to say hello to everyone before we went off for photos. The Titanic Hotel is a fabulous venue and I recommend it to anyone wanting a nice place to stay when visiting Liverpool (The rooms are massive, very swish!). Jess had literally made every decoration there was including the HUGE seating plan as you walked in. Everyone had a wonderful time including myself. I love my job!
Here are some suppliers that Jess and Ben used for their big day:
Wedding Dress - Carole Haynes Bridalwear (a lovely lady, she was at the wedding and did a smashing job of the dress!)
Florist - Little Eden Flowers - @littleedenflowers - www.littleedenflowers.co.uk
Shoes - Dorothy Perkins
Bridesmaid Dresses - Oasis
Men’s Suits: Gianni Feraud
DJ: JC and the two steps - www.jcandthetwosteps.co.uk
I’ve known Daisy since she was born so to be asked to photograph her engagement and wedding makes me feel so old! To me she’s still the girl that dressed in a Sully costume and collected plasters. Now she’s getting ready to marry the lovely Tom just a week on Saturday. Back in June, we went to our local beach as the sun was setting. When I say ‘beach’ it was more like a field as Southport beach has more grass on it than actual sand these days but still a great backdrop! It was a nice little practice for the both of us and a chance for them to get used to the camera before their big day. Although, they made my job super easy as they are so loved up I didn’t need to pose or direct them at all! Here’s just a few of my faves…