An Intimate Liverpool Wedding

Why I Love This Picture


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As a Liverpool Wedding Photographer, I have shot at many different types of weddings. Sometimes I am shooting at huge weddings with a massive guest list. I have also photographed weddings with just witnesses as guests!! Every wedding is different and the amount of wedding guests certainly brings a different vibe to a wedding. This amazing wedding at Allerton Manor Golf Club was a very memorable one for me.

Allerton Manor would be described as an intimate wedding venue with a maximum daytime capacity of 50 and an evening capacity of 80. Set in Allerton in south Liverpool, I loved being Latifah & David’s Allerton golf Club Wedding Photographer, the venue is perfect for a small and intimate wedding.

The Hayloft which hosts the wedding ceremony and wedding breakfast/evening is perfectly lit with big windows where the ceremony is held giving great light which is perfect for great photographs. There is a bar area with a fab veranda which is perfect for mixing with your guests and enjoying the sunshine during the drinks reception. Not to mention beautiful grounds perfect for couple portraits. Here’s How To Look Great in Your Wedding Photographs.


Bride arrives at wedding ceremony in her wedding car


Having a smaller intimate space for your wedding venue can create a really fabulous atmosphere and for me, as the wedding photographer, it is so much easier to tell the wedding story. I love shooting at Allerton Manor and this Top Liverpool Wedding Venue is a venue I am really looking forward to photographing at again sometime soon.

I love this picture because it’s one of those ‘Big’ moments that in the rush of the wedding day can sometimes be lost. The Liverpool bride has just arrived at the wedding venue in her wedding car and is waiting excitedly to be escorted up the aisle. I’m sure she is feeling excited and anxious in equal measure. This is it, I’m here it’s really happening!

The light is great too, I love the detailing of the veil in the sunlight. The bride had arrived at the ceremony a little early so I had time to watch and observe. It’s sometimes so rushed the bride doesn’t have time to take it all in before she is whisked out of the wedding car!

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