Get ready for some excellent wedding photography at the Titanic Hotel in Liverpool for Charlotte & Evan’s dockland wedding. First things first, wow! What a wedding venue this place is. I have driven past this place on numerous occasions before shooting this wedding and I was really taken back by the absolute scale of the building. Situated on the Stanley Docks, this uniquely different victorian warehouse stands tall on a world heritage site and is iconic to Liverpool history. This venue is completely different from any other wedding venue in Liverpool. The history of this building has been restored, and the character and details of the exposed brick, steel columns and concrete ceilings have been rejuvenated.

The extraordinary setting of this wedding venue is minutes from Liverpool city centre and another Merseyside treasure, The Albert Dock. A really great location for an up-and-coming area.

Titanic Hotel Liverpool Wedding Photography


I am a huge fan of shooting non-traditional-style weddings and this place really has a certain feel for the industrial alternative. As I walked around the place, I remember constantly making mental notes of every detail of this old warehouse to use for my photography. Charlotte & Evan both got ready at the venue in very industrial-style rooms which look fantastic in photos. Getting ready in the same place as your wedding venue makes it super easy to document the whole day without any interruptions transitioning from place to place. The wedding ceremony and reception were held in the West Bay Room of the Titanic Hotel. It’s an impressive room to host your wedding, such a great creative space that will stand out in your photos forever.

bride and groom kissing


The whole day was one big celebration with laughter on everyone’s faces all the way through the day, especially on Charlotte’s & Evan’s face. DFC was hired to take charge of the hosting, they were ace. They basically take charge and help make the day run smoothly so you have nothing to worry about. DFC also provide banging tunes for evening entertainment. I got some really cool documentary partying from all of the guests, with some of them deciding to bring out their signature dance moves on the dancefloor! As it was a winter wedding, these guys decided to make use of the falling light and do a confetti walk after their meal. I do like out-of-the-box stuff like this, as it gets the guests into a really good party vibe which imparts such a feel-good impact on your wedding day.

jumping best man


Thanks again for visiting my Titanic Hotel Liverpool Wedding Photography blog. Please feel free to take a look at my documentary-style wedding photography at this incredible venue. If you are getting married here and are looking for a photographer to capture your day then I would love to hear from you. Enjoy.


If you are looking for your Titanic Hotel Wedding Photographer, then look no further. Get in touch if you would like me to photograph your wedding at this awesome Industrial Wedding Venue.

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