Lovely garden flowers, fantastic backgrounds for newlyweds in Ness Gardens.
Lake Vyrnwy in the background makes for an idyllic setting for your post wedding portrtaits and group photographs at The Vyrnwy Hotel and Spa.
The grandeur of Knowsley Hall never disappoints people for a very special picture.
Mold Registry Office is a lovely building with character, especially when it’s a Rolls Royce and dress and suit to match.
Taken at The Holiday Inn Ellesmere Port with the Boat Museum in the background.
Peckforton Castle is a top wedding venue in the north west. Here the keep gate provides a background for a romantic kiss for these newlyweds in this portrait.
Rufford Old Hall was the venue for this wedding. Great to get away for a few moments together after the ceremony relaxing in a quiet garden. Then onto the reception!
Beautiful bride in a beautiful vintage van. Accompanied of course by a handsome groom.
Taken after the wedding at the Holiday Inn, Ellesmere Port. The Boat Museum is above the locks in the background
Bride and Groom standing by the vintage phone box outside Chester Town Hall.
The vintage bus was a fun ride for these newlyweds outside Chester Town Hall.
It is beginning to look a lot like Christmas here at Leasowe Castle.
Many venues have architectural additions for bride and groom portraits. Here at Leasowe Castle taken in the 'golden hour'.
The Midland Hotel in Manchester has some wonderful spots for newlywed portraits such as this.
Ness Gardens on the Wirral was a great setting for this wedding. Love the bridal reflections!
A Summers day and the graveyard was full of fragrant garlic for this newlywed photograph. It was a hot day and the horses with the carriage began to fee the heat meant we needed to be quick before going to Briars Hall Hotel.
Church Farm on the Wirral has a fantastic landscape backdrop with views across the River Dee into Wales.
Images taken on a sunny day in a quiet Cheshire village. St Oswald’s Church Lower Peover.