Jessica and Alan were a marvellous, vivacious fun loving beautiful couple and I couldn’t really hope for a finer couple to work for on their big day, and they had chosen a magnificent venue on the Wirral. Inglewood Manor. Inglewood is a really special location, this is what they have to say about themselves ‘Tucked away down an elegant drive winding between manicured lawns, ponds and pavilions lies one of Cheshire’s hidden treasures, Inglewood Manor. Nestling at the heart of 38 acres of grounds and gardens, this beautiful Edwardian country house retains all the charm and warmth of a lavish period home’. And I couldn’t argue or put it any better!
Lets start the blog with a lovely Spring Photo and the dancing daffodils in a lush English Garden. It incredible how lush the garden is when you think it is so early in the year and many of the trees still have no leaves. The low sun breaks through the canopy of trees to highling a stunning couple in love on the biggest day of their lives.
First things first, and the bride is tended by her sister in the beautiful bedrooms of Inglewood Manor. It is a real gem hidden away on the Wirral. The flowers and dress are gorgeous.
Beautiful Bride. Jessica in Black and White.
I love the little bridesmaid in the background inspecting every element as Mother of the Bride and the Bridesmaid transform a beautiful young lady into a perfect bride. I’d love to know what the little bridesmaid is thinking. Maybe she is already planning her own perfect day 😉
And not too far away the sun is casting long early season shadows as Alan checks out the theatre where his dreams will become a reality. The sun is stunning on this, it even looks warm in Black and White.
And just a short time later Alan is ready and a bit less relaxed looking. She is coming!!
Inglewood has a rather grande setting for an outside wedding. It is a truly magnificent venue. Jessica enters stage.
First the Ring of never ending love, and ring has no start and no end. The the first kiss.
How cute is this little lady?
Bright sunshine makes for dramatic photos. Here we have both sets of parents and the entourage at the front of Inglewood Manor. The sun flare is beautiful bursting out of a perfect blue sky. The back and White building adds a touch of Old English class.
Jessica was so much fun and so playful and it shows in the photos. It funny thing with wedding photos the people book the wedding photographer for his style, a style they have fell in love with but ultimately the couple personality is what really shines through. The photographer is just a conductor, the couple are the stars, the couple are the ones who make the magic.
Classical, Beautiful. The daffodils announce the arrival of spring. I love the changing of the seasons, it always beautiful watching the world move from season to season. But Spring must be one of the finest with it’s promise of summer and the long lazy evening ahead. Jessica’s dress is immense. Perfect.
Now the flowers are the stars.
A perfect, unbroken blue sky frames Inglewood Manor and the model couple.
Timeless beauty. The sepia I think looks lovely here.
No colour required. Look at the detail on the dress, the fine lace, the embroidered detail, the veil , the flowers and finally the star of the show the most amazing young lady, Jessica.
Red Haired Beauty.
This one makes me smile. I do belive the couple have gone camera shy!
A stolen kiss as they walk up the drive back to the Manor after our walk around the gardens.
Inglewood Manor, a very special place.
What a lovely flower-girl, she didn’t stop smiling all day.
Black and white for some reason seems to have the ability of telling a story rather well.
A bit of joviality as the girls show their muscle.
Sweet indeed. Pick and Mix, a flash back to 10p bags of sweets as a child. I bet the would be £1 bags now!!
Well that was a truly fantastic wedding to be part of with a couple who had such a ball and in one of the finest locations you could ask for. I hope you have enjoyed ready the blog as much as I enjoyed taking the photos.
See you all soon.