A Belle Epoque Wedding, with Laura & Andrew – today they wouldn’t be throwing coloured flour at each other – take a nosey at their amazing pre-wed shoot!
This was our first visit for some Belle Epoque wedding photography, and quite apt as we’d just been to France, so it kept us in the French mood, felicitations abound ;)
Knutsford wedding preparations
Both Laura and Andrew were getting ready for their big day in Knutsford, one either side of Belle Epoque, Laura and her girls in The Rose and Crown and Andrew and the guys at The Cross Keys, so we could easily nip between both hotels to get some action shots of the preparations of the day. The gorgeous flowers arrived from Fletcher & Foley, and Laura was quite made up with all the bouquets much more than she’d hoped for even, one happy smiley excited bride :)
St. Wilfrids’ Mobberley Church wedding ceremony
The bells rang out and Laura arrived quite resplendent in her blush pink dress, with emerald green bridesmaids at her side it was time to walk down the aisle! A very live confetti throwing through the lych gate and a few shots around the gorgeous church, then we were back off to The Belle Epoque – time for cocktails!
Doesn’t everyone just love an OS map? :)
The theme for the day was maps (I do love a map myself), so all the favour boxes were made from OS maps from the Knutsford and Mobberly area and the table plan OS maps of places where Laura and Andrew love to walk – it all looked fab :) A wander through the streets of Knutsford, provided the backdrop for our portrait session and a timely breather for Laura and Andrew to catch some time alone. The evening went full swing in to the first dance played by the highly recommended band “The Versions” the singer a friend from Laura’s school days. Huge congratulations to Laura and Andrew, off to Norway for their honeymoon :)
Belle Epoque Wedding Photography by Pixies in the Cellar • Blog • Pricing & Contact
Venue: Belle Epoque
Flowers: Fletcher & Foley
Band: The Versions