A beautiful day in May and I had the pleasure of photographing the wonderful wedding of Lindsay & Christopher at the beautiful Holy Trinity Church at Capenhurst on the Wirral. After a fantastic service it was off to one of Cheshire’s finest venues, the Grosvenor Pulford Hotel and Spa.
The Grosvenor Pulford Oriental Garden is a wonderful relaxing spot and an ideal place to start the blog before going into the chronograph order of the day. I love this wedding photograph, a moody sweeping sky and a beautiful garden all around yet the wonderful couple only have eyes for each other.
Lindsay on the morning of her wedding looking so relaxed and happy. Black and White I think is an ideal choice and removes any distractions and brings the eye to focus on Lindsay the beautiful bride.
Mom and Dad also seem rather relaxed as they help Lindsay get ready for the biggest day of her life. The Wedding dress in the background, soft and out of focus still draws the eye.
Every wedding photograph tells a story of a special day. This one is lovely, I wonder how many times this moment has gone through the brides imagination. Indeed it is a Fairy-tale in the making.
Beautiful and ready for a wedding. A very special wedding her own.
Meanwhile at the Holy Trinity in Capenhurst the little people are helping the big people putting the wedding flowers on. The buttonholes can cause rather a few problems on the day.
The waiting game. Chris the Groom waiting at the top of the aisle awaiting his Princess to arrive. I’d think minutes must last hours. Mom looks on in the background, the pride in her face is so apparent.
Here comes the Bride, and how beautiful does she look? What a stunning wedding dress. And black and white gives it a certain gravity in the historic walkway of the Church. Holy Trinity has seen everything over the centuries but I am sure Lindsay is as beautiful and happy as anyone who has walked this way before.
Sepia but a colour sepia just enougth to show a bit of colour through.
What an amazing Church. The British do some amazing Churches.
A situation with great gravity. I love this shot, it is simple, straight forward but you want to know what people are thinking. The Bride and Groom still as two, hands not touching. Christopher’s hands tight in subconscious tension. This is it. And how serious does the vicar look? Gravity indeed.
A much more relaxed image, smiling faces.
Slightly more relaxed now!! The joy and love is so apparent as Lindsay and Christopher leave the Church. Black and White focuses the eye onto the couple as they leave the Church on their wedding day.
Classic image in the door way of Holy Trinity.
And what better vehicle to transport the couple away than a stunning Rolls Royce. To me the Church has a Saxon appearance. It must have a very interesting history.
Back at the Grosvenor Pulford, Father and Son, Groom and Pageboy play in the garden.
I think someone is having a wonderful day.
Wow what a setting for a wedding and Lindsay and Christopher look so relaxed. The reflection just finishes it off.
Even the fish are joining in.
What a beautiful bride. What a dramatic sky.
Big sky. I love this one.
The Oriental Garden of the Grosvenor Pulford. The waterfall adds such beauty.
Leaving the gardens and what a fantastic day had been had. It was a pleasure to be part of such a magnificent day and to be employed to photograph such a brilliant day.
Thank you for reading the blog and I hope you have enjoyed viewing the wedding photography as much as I did taking them.
And thank you Lindsay and Christopher for choosing me to record your big day. It was a fantastic day to be part of.
Have a wonderful life together.