Another visit to the ever lovely Beeston Manor for Liam and Michelle’s wedding. The sun was beaming, the music played and guests enjoyed the gardens. I loved Michelle and Liam’s rustic inspired wedding decor – the burlap and lace, spring meadow flowers and pastel colours. Michelle and Liam chose Beeston Manor after visiting a number of venues around Lancashire – they fell in love with it and the fact that it’s an entirely family run business.
Bride prep took place at the couple’s home – there are photographs all over the wall. This makes me very happy – I know they are going to print and enjoy their wedding images. We set off in the sunshine to the couple’s local church for a lovely ceremony before all the guests headed off to Beeston for the drinks reception and meal. I’m spoilt for choice at Beeston Manor and I took advantage of the weather to whisk the bride and groom away for a couple of short portrait sessions around the grounds.
As the evening drew in, Liam and Michelle headed onto the dance floor for their extra special first dance. Liam proposed to Michelle during a Robbie William’s concert so of course the only choice for the first dance was the song that was playing at the time – Angel.
It was a real pleasure to be a part of this wedding – Liam and Michelle are such a lovely couple who’ve been through some tough times together but finally get to celebrate their happy ending. Thank-you for asking me to be with you on the day. Thank you to Lauren of LJK Photography for assisting me on the day.
Venue – Beeston Manor
Venue Dressing – Creative Cover Hire
Cake – Lisa Marie Cakes
Florist – Lillybets, Houghton
Dress – from Anne Whittaker’s Accrington – Designer Phil Collins
Make – Up – Claire Ratcliffe-Wilson from The Beauty Emporium
Hair – Gemma Brown’s Hair Updos