From first meeting Rebecca & Lee I knew this was going to be one hell of a wedding. Both of them are massive rock fans and their emphasis on their big day was being fun and alternative for them. Right off the bat I knew we were all in for one heck of special day!
The morning prep started with Rebecca being surrounded by family and love ones, a very calm atmosphere which soon developed into lots of giggles & a hive of excitement about the big day. Working as a Manchester wedding photographer it was a pleasure to be shooting outside the city centre.
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The prep finished, Rebecca was whisked away in a stunning Cadillac to the gorgeous Great Hall At Mains in Poulton Le - Fylde Lancashire where Lee had been eagerly and nervously awaiting his bride to be's arrival. A beautiful ceremony commenced. Surrounded by a medieval setting in the Great Hall there were lots of smile, a few tears and some laughter thrown in for good measure. With the "I do's" in the bag a short portrait session followed exploring the stunning surroundings.
The evening guests started to arrive & the celebrations commenced involving fabulous & fun first dance before the dance floor erupted with some serious Rock music being belted out. A wonderful conclusion & a fantastic personal touch to a beautiful and fun day!
Massive thanks to Lee and Becky for letting me be part of their day. It was a real pleasure.
Special Supplier Mentions:
Four Seasons Florist
We would like to thank Phil for his vital role in our big day. He made us feel at ease and comfortable at all times. From first contact with him right through to our Wedding and beyond, he has kept up with communication and been professional and dedicated to our wants and needs throughout. He provided us with a relaxed aspect of photography as we requested. We would recommend him to anyone thinking of tying the knot or for any event or photography purposes. If you want someone who is personable, relaxed and unobtrusive on your special day, then Phil is your man. Thanks Phil Salisbury you've been epic.