Inglewood Manor is one of the most popular and prestigious venues on the Wirral. It’s always been one of our favourite places to photograph weddings, ever since we started back in 2007. The beautifully-preserved Edwardian manor house is gorgeous. Set within 38 acres of grounds, it gives us an infinite variety of locations and settings for wedding photography.
Sam and Chris opted for our popular Fusion photography package. This includes two photographers covering bride and groom prep, through to after the first dance. In addition, we film the wedding ceremony and use some of that footage combined with a selection of still images to create a fusion film. We show the film just before the first dance, and it’s a great way to get the evening party started.
Getting ready, married, and partying all at the same location is super-popular these days. It makes a lot of sense (and it’s what we did for our wedding), as it reduces the costs and hassles involved with moving between different locations not he day. Inglewood Manor is an ideal location for this type of wedding, with spacious luxurious suites for getting ready and a dedicated ceremony room. Sam and Chris’s November wedding was a great example of this resulting in a lovely relaxed atmosphere to the day, right from the start.
At SandS we offer both photography and video packages. However, the Fusion package is a unique option, ideal for many couples. If you want great photography, but would also like some video coverage (without the expense of a full wedding video), this is a great choice. We edit a selection of images on the day (typically 40-60) and these are combined with ceremony footage to produce a short Fusion film. Watching the video before the first dance is a real highlight, getting the evening party off to a great start. You can even add on additional films of the Ceremony, Speeches and First Dance if you like.
Before we go home, we give you a USB stick with the image files as well as the video. Really handy for social media and making ‘thank you’ cards. The remaining photographs are edited after the wedding for you of course, typically 400-500 images in total.