SHRIGLEY HALL WEDDING PHOTOGRAPHER
This is a grand old Cheshire venue and one of the biggest I have been to and was very keen to be a Shrigley Hall wedding photographer. It’s big, really big. I did get lost a few times trying to get to the wedding reception area. Anyway, I have prepared a collection of my natural documentary-style photos from Kirsty & Paul’s magic day in this blog for you to take a look at. Feel free to comment, like and even give it a share.
My day began in the morning knocking on the bridal suite door, and was immediately greeted by Kirsty’s mum, who looked just like Kirsty! The morning was very busy with lots of photo opportunities capturing all of the different faces who were present. There was a tonne of emotion flying around the room, you only need to see shots below to see the happy crying going on. Paul arrived not too long after I did, which was great as I was then able to capture two different stories of the morning. Everyone I met here was brilliant and I didn’t stop myself having a natter between taking photographs. I always find the mornings essential to be a part of as a wedding photographer as it really does help me gel with everyone which makes them feel at ease.
DOCUMENTARY PHOTOGRAPHY AT SHRIGLEY HALL
My work continued through the day with my new videography buddy ‘Joe’, who was there to capture the day in video. The wedding was very eventful which made the photos ever interesting as we moved around the hotel for the different parts of the day. There was never a lack of things to capture with Kirsty & Pauls’s wedding, they hired great entertainers who really did help the wedding come alive. I was in awe of the magician, Jason Rae who was there, a really talented guy who knows his craft. Wayne Farrow the wedding Signer/entertainer was also on point, making sure everyone had a superb time. I’m really glad Kirtsy & Paul chose me to be their Shirgley Hall wedding photographer and make everlasting documentary memories.
Below you can find a list of the vendors who helped make the wedding amazing: