Wedding Photography at Knowsley Hall
Congratulations to Erin and Bradley, who were married August. I hope you enjoy my Knowsley Hall wedding photography
Bridal preparations took place at Erin’s house, surrounded by several bridesmaids. Chelsea took care of hair and makeup, ensuring Erin felt like a million dollars. The bridal bouquet was very unusual, instead of flowers compiled of brooches and trinkets donated by loved ones. However, what really stole the show for me were those positively fierce Vivienne Westwoods!
Documentary Wedding Photography
Wedding transport was provided by Heritage Motors , who ensured that Erin and her father got to the St. Davies church on time. Photographers are sometimes restricted from documenting the entire ceremony, which is understandable due to unprofessional photographers who distract from the nuptials. However, after a discussion with the Reverend, I was permitted to do as I wanted and capture shots the couple would treasure for a lifetime – as unobtrusively as possible.
Erin runs the Vogue Academy, a dance school which teaches ballet, jazz, contemporary, musical theatre and drama. All attending students wore tutus, which was very sweet. I loved that Erin wanted the girls to be part of the big day, and the shot of the newlyweds surrounded by dancers is a particular favourite.
Next, the wedding party made their way to the reception at Knowsley Hall. After some family group photos, the bride and groom took a walk around the beautiful grounds whilst guests enjoyed drinks and canapés. With the serious part over, Erin and Bradley were ready to have some fun and swapped props to help me capture some playful images. I have photographed countless venues throughout my career, but I feel that this Knowsley Hall wedding photography is some of my best.
Doing justice to the dream venue, the wedding breakfast took on a fairytale theme. The interior of Knowsley Hall was just as breathtaking as its exterior.
Guests were surprised by a pair of Singing Waiters, Nathan and Marcus . Maid of Honour Danielle was incredibly nervous about her speech, but pulled it off so well that Erin became quite emotional. The father of the bride also spoke about Erin’s 250 mile charity bike ride in aid of baby hospice Zoe’s Place, cycling from Vietnam to Cambodia and raising approximately £185,000.
After the meal, I took Erin and Bradley to take some more photographs on the grounds at the back of Knowsley Hall.
By the time we returned, guests were raring to party. The DJ was provided by Big Entertainment, making sure guests celebrated late into the night.
Thanks to Erin and Bradley for allowing my friend Andy of Classic Video and I to document your special day. If you are engaged and in need of a Knowsley Hall wedding photographer, please get in touch. please get in touch.