This wedding was like working with old friends. Erica was a bridesmaid at her sisters wedding a few years ago and on a bitterly cold January day it was lovely to work with such wonderful folk again. And wow did Erica put some effort into her big day, the preparation for her wedding was amazing and she seemed to have a bit of everything. Stunning day.
The service was at Christ Church in Mostyn on the North Wale Coast, a stunning imposing church and arrival by horse and carriage was the only way! After a marvellous service it was back over the border to the Grosvenor Pulford Hotel and Spa in Cheshire.
I’ll start the blog with this lovely image of the happy couple leaving the amazing Church at Mostyn. I’ll do a few of my favourites before going into chronological order.
Was a grand Church. A perfect backdrop.
This wedding photograph reminds me of a painting, it just flows. The sureal curvature is caused by a fisheye lens, I love the effect as long as it isn’t used too often!
You can maybe see how cold it is – it was a freezing day and rather icy underfoot. But it was January! Amazing beast.
A change of mode and some stunning cars back at the Grosvenor Pulford.
A totally different type of animal. Owls.
A stunning bride and a pleasure to work with.
You wouldn’t think it looking at this photograph but it was below freezing and January. Erica just smiled her way through a most amazing wedding.
This is very similar just a lot wider allowing more of the amazing sky and water to make an appearance.
The Oriental Garden at the Grosvenor Pulford is an amazing backdrop to a wedding. Big Sky Country!
One amazing thing about a cold winter wedding is the cosy feeling of coming indoors. And you can’t get much warmer looking than the interior of the Grosvenor Pulford.
And a little black and white collection.