A Magical Winter Wedding Day in the Racquet Club, Liverpool
Louise and Chris held their Winter Wedding at the Racquet Club in Liverpool with. In the heart of Liverpool’s busy district this historic building is amazing, renowned for its excellent quality of food from the Ziba Restaurant and excelling as one of Liverpool’s ideal wedding venues.
The morning of their wedding came round quickly and Louise was calm and relaxed, trying to take in every moment. As was Chris, until he realised he had lost the wedding rings whilst being interviews by the registrar… oops!
Although it’s funny now, Chris was somewhat in a state of panic… but all was well in the end. Louise was getting ready with her Mum, Sister and Sister-in-law. With Leanne from the Powder Room there to help with their hair and make-up, she had everything she needed.
Louise’s stunning wedding dress was an Augusta Jones (Chantilly Lace) along with her veil and tiara, from Margaret at the Bridal Rooms in Birkdale and the bridesmaids dresses were in a gorgeous navy blue from House of Fraser.
Not to mention the beautiful Mother of the bride, Annmarie, who had her outfit from Joanna at Heavens Sent in Southport. Seeing everyone together enjoying themselves and capturing them in the moment, is what every bride wants as part of their day – all girls together time.
As they wanted something different to dress their wedding day, with the help of their Mums, the past 6 months they collected vases to dress the tables with. At 1am, the morning of the wedding, friends and family gathered to dress the venue with tealights, flowers and candles ready for the ceremony.
Their stunning flowers were put together by Sarah Dobb at Inspired Flowers in Birkdale Village, using Roses and Gypsophila. Their beautiful 3 tiered fruit wedding cake was from Ruth at Cake Creations on Wesley St, Southport. It tasted amazing by the way.
Louise and Chris had a Cypriot influence throughout their day, with a live greek band playing during their wedding breakfast and throughout the evening. At night the traditional “money dance” was performed, where family and guests pin money to the couple’s clothing during the newlywed dance. This was a first for me, I loved every minute of it.
I asked them how they found me on the day, feedback is imperative for improvement and I always look to maintain exceptionally high standards, “you blended in, you where determined with the shots you wanted and you where flexible when I wanted random pictures.
You where a big part of our day and it was a pleasure to have you taking the most important photos of our lives so far! Many thanks again.”
Enjoy a selection of my favourite wedding photographs from this wonderful winter wedding: