A sweet local church for the ceremony
Kim and Paul married in a gorgeous little church in St Mary’s Church, Coddington, Cheshire. The sweet little church has a beautiful arched entrance hall and stunning Cheshire scenery. We have photographed many Cheshire weddings.
The groomsmen wore traditional wedding suits
Paul and his groomsmen wore a traditional wedding tailed jacked with plain blue waistcoat and a spotty blue tie.
Paul stayed in a B&B with his parents; most importantly, the B&B is 5 minutes from the church in Barton, Cheshire. Jason arrived in the morning to photograph the men getting ready.
The bride got ready with family and friends
Kim together with her family and bridesmaids got ready at the family farm in Aldersey, Chester. The family farm providing the field and facilities for the reception.
The bride wore a white off the shoulder dress. The dress featured crystals on the bodice and in addition a full-bodied organza skirt. Kim wore her hair down with loose romantic curls. The look completed with a tiara and short length veil.
They had a pre-wedding shoot making them more relaxed when photographed.
Previously Kim and Paul had a pre-wedding photography shoot with us at Paul’s family farm in Cheshire. From this photography shoot, they were able to make a personalised interactive guest book of all their favourite photos.
The guest book is for guests to leave personalised messages and creates a timeless keepsake for future generations to enjoy. To enquire about a pre-wedding shoot please contact us for more details.
A Cheshire farm Marquee reception
The Marquee had a fun twin-peaked entrance and bunting completed the outside decoration. Picnic tables looked amazing on the field outside the marquee for outdoor seating.
Inside Kim and Paul had chosen a bouquet as the centre table decoration. Moreover, little touches created such as a fun survival kit pack to nurse the hangovers due the next morning, gave that extra wow factor!
The bouquet toss aimed at the wedding photographer
Before the official bouquet toss was done we decided to have a bit of fun. We asked the bride and bridesmaids to throw the bouquets towards the camera to make for a fantastic and fun moving photograph.
A DJ provided evening entertainment
As you can see from the evening photographs there were some wild dancers to be had among the guests! Certainly, ties loosened and used as headbands made for fun photographs.
If you are getting married in Cheshire and are looking for a Cheshire wedding photographer, please get in touch for our current price guide.
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