When the Liverpool Echo reported recently on five of the area’s newest hotspots opening in 2015, the publication included the planned rooftop opening of the Oh Me Oh My tea house in the grand West Africa House.
The plan is to cater the new space, which offers views of Liverpool’s historic Pier Head, towards those looking for their wedding receptions to have that little bit of extravagance and imagination.
The new rooftop venue will have a fireplace to set the mood, and use a six-foot glass window around the perimeter to ensure safety. The concerns of locals have been taken into consideration during the planning process, so neighbours are assured that there will be no all-night parties taking place; instead, a licence has been granted that extends to 11pm.
The beautiful setting overlooking the city will secure couples some charming mementos of their happy day, and by using a recommended wedding photographer from Liverpool and the surrounding area, these will be tastefully delivered for the whole family to enjoy.
The new wedding venue shows that couples today are perhaps looking for something a little different from the traditional routes, and certainly the venue chosen often reflects the personality of those it hosts.
Once a special location has been found, ensuring that it is documented in as attractive a manner as possible is likely to be a key aspect of planning a wedding; in the years to come, it is these photographs that the happy couple will use to look back upon on their special day.