Inglewood Manor on the Wirral is one of Cheshire’s most popular and prestigious wedding venues. It’s also one of our favourite locations for wedding photography, and capturing Sam and Chris’s big day was great fun. The Fusion film went together really nicely, so we know they would love it. The reaction from the bride and groom and all their guests was fantastic when we played it on our big screen before the first dance.
Carla and Andy were married at Ullet Road Unitarian Church in Liverpool. Their wedding reception was held in the lovely church hall next door and we photographed the happy couple in the nearby Sefton Park. This post includes photographs as well as the Fusion Film that we edited and presented on the day.
Photographing and filming Rebecca & Tom’s wedding at the stunning Rivington Hall Barn was an absolute pleasure, here’s their Short Form Wedding Film, followed by a small sample of the images from the day.
Kirsty & Steven’s was our first wedding at Gibbon Bridge, have to say, we love the place. Stunning location near the Forest of Bowland in Lancashire, with amazing landscaped gardens as well as a beautifully appointed hotel, it’s a great location for wedding photography.
A beautiful sunny and happy North Wales wedding at Henllan Church and the Vale Country Club.
Every wedding we photograph or film is special and unique in its own way, but sometimes you can get a combination of people, venue, weather etc that just adds up to make it an awesome wedding. We’ve had several weddings like that this year and Sasha & Oliver’s was definitely one of them.
We absolutely loved capturing Jayne & James’s wedding at Mottram Hall, such a lovely couple, and a great bunch of friends and family
Noma and Tapiwa’s was the first Zimbabwean wedding we’ve filmed and photographed, hopefully the first of many, as it was a lot of fun!
When Jane was interviewed by the Daily Mail back in May this year she said her wedding was going to be “an unashamedly big do — a celebration, involving more than 100 guests, a glorious stately home and the best food, music and flowers we could afford”. She wasn’t exaggerating.