I had the pleasure of photographing the beautiful Amy and Gareth at an amazing ceremony in one of the finest churches in Cheshire, St Mary’s in Eccleston followed by a fabulous reception just over the border in North Wales at the grand Llyndir Hall Hotel .
Amy and Gareth where an amazing couple to work with at a fabulous wedding.
All the little details which make au an amazing wedding day.
What wonderful flowers, I love the colour scheme that Amy and Gareth had chosen for their wedding.
Amy arriving at the Church with her proud Father and being greeted by her fabulous girls. What a wedding. Brilliant.
Inside Gareth and his best man seemed very calm as the hour approached. It must be a long few minutes stood at the top of the aisle awaiting your loved one.
Eccleston Church has an amazing setting in this picture postcard village on the outskirts of Chester. Amy is escorted down the manicured drive.
The choir make a guard of honour to welcome Amy into the amazing and historic church of St Mary’s on the banks of the Dee at Eccleston. I love the cloud patterns overhead.
One last look around for Amy and the happiness is so obvious, a beautiful bride on a stunning day in Cheshire. I really adore the black and white finish on this wonderful wedding photograph.
The Vicar at Eccleston was kind enough to allow a few photos of Amu walking into the church but alas none of the ceremony.
Amy and Gareth leaving a magnificent theatre as Husband and Wife. It was such a pleasure to be part of their big day at Eccleston Church.
What a beautiful couple! Amy and Gareth in the doorway of Eccleston Church.
And a wider shot. The driveway is an amazing feature of St Mary’s and seems to go on for ages in this photograph.
St Mary’s Church Eccleston, Chester. Stunning.
Confetti! Having a walkway this long makes it a long walk for Amy and Gareth!!
Amy and Gareth in the wedding car.
I believe this to be the old well in Eccleston and it is a lovely spot! The wedding cars look very grand standing guard over the couple.
Amy and Gareth make their way to Llyndir Hall which is only a short drive over the border into North Wales. Eccleston is one of the last villages in England.
Stunning couple in a stunning car.
How beautiful a village is Eccleston? Stunning. And very close to Chester along the River Dee.
All the guests enjoying a garden wedding party back at Llyndir Hall just over the border in North Wales
This is what happens when you give a 14 year old your camera. Lots of wacky pictures!!
The guests seem to be having a lot of fun!
This sequence of photos really makes me smile. Such fun!
Could be a pop band – the entourage look very relaxed!
Llyndir did a magnificent job on the room, it looked amazing.
And a few more detail wedding photographs. Wedding room photos
The speeches and a lot of fun, laughter and the odd tear. A moving part of a beautiful wedding.
Amy stole the show.
THe Best mand does a brilliant job.
Some amazing expressions and a very happy audience during the speeches.
And Dad was not about to be out done and delivered a brilliant speech that Amy and Gareth will remember for a long time. I love the bottom right photo in the collage, Amy and her Dad all alone in the crowd.
Amy and Gareth all alone finally and in the stately gardens of Llyndir Hall, surely one of North Wales finest venues?
A rather wonderful tree to shelter young couple. The strength and tenderness is lovely. As is the sky!
Amy and Gareth. Beautiful.
This image is such a tender one against a darkening sky, really fabulous couple.
Amy my stunning bride! Well to photograph anyway 😉
Amy dress was simply amazing, every fold seems to stand out in this photo with a brilliant sky as a background. I’m very luck to work with such amazing people in such quality venues.
A day to remember and a part in the background.
You have to love Amy, a model bride.
llyndir Hall, one of the finest venues in North Wales.
Lets hear it for the girls.
The party is well under way and the guests are having a ball.
Brilliant group of people. It a pity I could stay I think I may have enjoyed the party!
And for me the last act, the first dance. As with the whole day it was perfect.