Liverpool Maritime Museum weddings|Hannah and Gary
Here is my account of Hannah and Gary’s Liverpool Maritime Museum wedding celebrations.
I met Hannah and Gary last year when I photographed their friends, wedding at the Liverpool Roman Catholic Cathedral. Hannah and Gary are an easy-going couple and I had been looking forward to photographing their wedding.
My day started at Hanna’s parents lovely home for her bridal preparations. Hannah had a chilled morning with her family and friends. It was bucks fizz all-round, thankfully the drink not the band!
Once Hannah was in her dress I took a few quick bridal portraits before heading off to church to catch up with Gary and their guests.
St Paul’s, West Derby
Guests at the church were treated to a fabulous children’s choir while they waited for the brides arrival.
Hannah was walked up the aisle by her dad and bridesmaid sister to a waiting Gary. After their service and signing of the register, we were treated once more to the fabulous choir. This time the tune was picked by Gary, Guns n’ roses sweet child o’ mine – there were tears!
It was a pleasure to photograph at St Paul’s church in West Derby. It a beautiful building with a spectacular interior. They are also wedding photographer friendly. I was able to capture their wedding beautifully from start to finish.
Liverpool Maritime Museum
Hanna and Gary had their reception at the Liverpool Maritime Museum. I’ve not photographed a wedding in the museum before and had been looking forward to it. Liverpool Maritime museum made for some spectacular wedding pictures. The museum staff were really helpful. The Liverpool maritime museum a great wedding venue.
Here are a few of my favourites from their day…
Down the aisle to a waiting groom at St Paul’s, West Derby
Hannah and Gary outside the Liverpool Maritime Museum
A cringe moment for Hanna during Gary’s speech.
Having a bit of creative lighting fun with the boys.
It was great to shoot around Albert Dock, it’s a great location, can you get more Liverpool?
Wedding photography at the Liverpool Maritime Museum