David & Liz – Iscoyd Park

Wedding Photographer Iscoyd Park
Wedding Photographs Iscoyd Park

Iscoyd Park wedding photographer

We absolutely love Iscoyd Park the venue is right up our street. Having photographed many weddings at Iscoyd Park as a result, you can find gorgeous summer Iscoyd Park wedding here. We also have an Iscoyd Park page where you can see our latest Iscoyd Park weddings.

Bride getting ready at Wedding Photographs Iscoyd Park

The wedding

Augusts first wedding is David, and Liz, getting married at one of our favourite wedding venues, Iscoyd Park. Recently, I started asking our couples for a little background about themselves for the blog. Liz was kind enough to send us this info! Thanks David and Liz for having us, we had a fabulous day and we hope you enjoy your preview. x

Groom getting ready at Wedding Photographs Iscoyd Park

How they met

I was 17 and working a summer job at a local nursery. David’s mum also worked there and decided David should earn his keep when home from University for the summer. David caught my eye as the only male employee … and it helped that he was tall, dark and rather handsome.

black and white ceremony Wedding Photographs at Iscoyd Park

I missed David’s last day but wanted to keep in touch and persuaded his sister (also on a summer job!) to pass on my phone number. We kept up a long-distance relationship whilst at University. David’s family moving back down South. David moved back up North to live with me and 10 years after our first date, he finally proposed.

portrait Wedding Photographs at Iscoyd Park

The Wedding Proposal

We had talked loosely about getting married. Moreover, I had always said that I didn’t need a grand proposal abroad and would be happy for it to be an out-of-the-blue, walk-in-the-country kind of surprise. So I was certainly not expecting him to propose during our road trip around Italy! Apparently he had carried the ring around with him for days, waiting for the right moment. However, it had always seemed too cheesy or too public. I

window portrait Wedding Photographs at Iscoyd Park

It was wonderful when he called me to our hotel balcony overlooking Sorrento to ‘take photos’ and popped the question instead. Shortly after our evening meal we went back to our hotel room and watched a huge firework display from the balcony which David would have me believe he ordered for the occasion, but which was an absolute coincidence. Perfect!

Their wedding vision

Elegant, family, country, lacy, fun, us.

We never had a specific vision for our wedding but, like most brides, I wanted our wedding to be full of personal details. We have a pet budgie and both love birds, so we reflected this in our table names and our paper crane decorations.

Table decoration Wedding Photographs at Iscoyd Park

My mum is walking me down the aisle, after my bridesmaids (my sister and my best friend) and page boy (my brother). In addition, our sisters Christina and Rebecca will be our witnesses and our close friends Becky and Russ (who will come all the way from Dubai) will do our readings. David struggled to choose his best man, so he is having two. Double trouble!

speeches Wedding Photographs at Iscoyd Park

The something borrowed from the Grandmother

My ‘something borrowed’ is a crystal which my grandma lent to my mum for her wedding subsequently I am now lucky enough to decorate my new bracelet with.

First dance Wedding Photographs at Iscoyd Park

A few years ago, David’s grandma gave us an old tablecloth. I squirreled it away to use on our wedding day, as they make it with Nottingham lace, where my husband-to-be was born. I am so glad I did because it is perfect for our table of photographs of our parents and grandparents on their wedding days. Gathering these photos was so lovely. We got to find out about our ancestors, talk about how traditions have changed over the years, and hear love stories from the past.

Portraits in gardens of Wedding Photographs at Iscoyd Park

By the time we get married, we will have been engaged for two years. The wedding has been a long time coming!

Portrait Wedding Photographs at Iscoyd Park

David and Liz put on a spectacular wedding at Iscoyd Park. We have had lots of weddings at the venue that did it their way. Steph and Lloyd had a cultural fusion wedding at Iscoyd. Sophie and Mark on the flip side hired a venue dresser, and Iscoyd looked incredible with flower trees and hanging flowers. What will you choose?

Our Suppliers:
Bride’s Dress: House of Mooshki (from Swan, Brides, Congleton)
Groom’s Suit: Without Prejudice
Venue: Iscoyd Park
Food: Rupert Frazer Worden
Cake: Morrisby Cakes (designed, baked and decorated by sister of the bride and her fiancé)
Flowers: Selina Godsal Flowers
Harpist: Branka Crowder
Band: Four on the Floor
Hair & Makeup: Rebecca Forshaw

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If you want to check our availability for your wedding at Iscoyd Park, then please get in touch.

Other weddings you might enjoy

We have photographed an extensive amount of North Wales weddings so that is a page definitely worth visiting for tips and ideas. You may also like to check out Laura & Matt’s wedding for more Iscoyd ideas. And for a unique perspective why not check out the weddings at Wirral wedding venue Hillbark hotel?

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