WEDDING PHOTOGRAPHY AT MEOLS HALL
This marks my first time I got the chance to visit Meols Hall to shoot some wedding photography. I have seen Meols Hall many of times from my other photography friends and couldn’t wait to lay my own wedding photography style to this venue for Charlotte & Matt.
Charlotte & Matt booked me over a year ago to capture their day via a mutual buddy, Rachael aka ‘Feather and Paint‘. I’m so glad I got to shoot it too, Charlotte + Matt did a sterling job of decorating the venue just the way they wanted it. Charlotte put her creative skills to the test and made her own bunting to scale the walls around the courtyard of Meols Hall, which is some task to do as the grounds are massive. The creativity didn’t stop there, they had Polaroid pictures of memories that lined the inside of the barn as well as a giant gold inflatable ‘Blaquiere’ surname. A new flower friend of mine ‘Gemma’ from bells and daisies also had her creative input in providing lots of wildflowers in crates and milk churns, not to mention Charlottes boho-style, wild, and messy bouquet.
Before I got to Meols Hall, my day started at Bridal prep over at the Vincent Hotel in Southport, which wasn’t too far away. Here, I managed to capture the exciting moments and most importantly get to know the people of the bridal party. Details, fun and the all-important dress shot (supplied by Dreamcatcher ) was captured to tell the first part of the wedding story. It was soon time to go and meet up with the lads who were greeting guests at the venue. The heavens decided to open up as soon as I arrived and a multitude of umbrellas was on display. I actually do like rain as it provides a different display of peoples actions, running and ducking to prevent hair and outfits getting wet is pure fuel for documentary style coverage.