Summer Wedding at Oh Me Oh My

 

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I was well chuffed when Lisa & Paul asked me to be their Oh Me Oh My Wedding Photographer. Oh Me Oh My is one of my favourite wedding venues in Liverpool and it’s the perfect place for a wedding. It’s ace taking photographs for a living. It’s venues like Oh Me Oh My that make it such a buzz to be a Liverpool Wedding Photographer.

Oh Me Oh My is shortlisted in my article Top Wedding Venues in Liverpool. Did you know there are some ace Outdoor Wedding Venues in Liverpool?

Wedding at Oh Me Oh My

Lisa & Paul only planned for their wedding in January this year! They were well lucky to get a cancellation at Oh Me Oh My, as it’s a sought after wedding venue. A fun morning as the bride had her bridal preparations at her home with her bridesmaids. After the flowers arrived the bride’s mother helped her into her wedding dress. A big moment as the bride revealed her dress for the first time! It was hugs all around and I captured a lovely moment between the bride and her father. This is what wedding photography is about for me – capturing the special relationships and intimate moments between people. It was soon time to get into the wedding cars to travel to St Georges Hall for the wedding ceremony. Thinking of getting married in Liverpool? You need to check out my 5 Reasons to Get Married in Liverpool article!

Wedding Ceremony at St. Georges Hall

The groom was greeting the wedding guests with the help of his best man when I arrived at St Georges Hall. There was a big tearful start to the ceremony as the bride walked down the aisle to meet the groom. There were some fabulous readings and a happy tearful exchange of vows. After signing the register the newlyweds had planned for everybody to sing 8 Days a Week which was a right laugh. We shot some very quick family groups and after the confetti throw, it was then onto White Wolf for the drinks reception before the wedding reception at Oh Me Oh My! Lisa & Paul made the day their own with some great touches like singing 8 Days A Week, for tips on how to make your day your own check out my Top 10 Tips For a Great Wedding Day.

Oh Me Oh My wedding reception Photographs

Oh Me Oh My in West Africa house is a beautiful historic building with lots of history. Facing the iconic Three Graces, it has bags of character and is the perfect wedding venue for quirky souls.  The happy couple were announced into the wedding breakfast to massive cheers and some fabulous speeches too. It was nice to see the mother of the groom and the bride make a speech of their own. Go girls! How To Give a Great Groom’s Speech.

After a fabulous wedding breakfast, the first dance started early with an extended Ceilidh dancing session! Absolute joy photographing everybody having loads of fun and we got some amazing light coming through the windows to add drama to the photographs. We took a walk over to the Waterfront in front of the Three Graces for fantastic relaxed Portraits. The sun makes such a lovely orange glow at this time of the day and made the photographs look stunning.

Such a brilliant day being the wedding photographer at Lisa & Paul’s Oh Me Oh My wedding! Oh Me Oh My certainly ticks all the boxes in my article How To Choose A Wedding Venue.

A huge congratulations to a fabulous couple who struck lucky with a last-minute wedding!  Here are my favourite photographs from Lisa & Paul’s big day. I photograph your day with no interference or set up shots. Every image you see below is totally unposed and is a real moment. Did you know you can Honeymoon in Liverpool?

 

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Bridesmaid helps mother of the bride get readyBride reflection in mirrorBride adjusting flower garland Bride and her mother share a joke during the bridal preparationsBridesmaids see the bride in her dress for the first timeBridesmaid hugs the brideBride hugs her fatherBride and her mother & father walk to St Georges Hall

Groom share a joke with his best man

Mother of the groom and mother of the bride share a jokeBride and bridesmaids playing about before the ceremonyBride share a joke with her fatherGroom watches as his bride walks down the aisleBride smiles at the groom as she walks down the aisleBride and groom share a joke8 Days a week song lyricsBridesmaids hold hands during the exchange of vows

Bridesmaids sing 8 days a week song during ceremonyBride and groom look into each others eyes after the exchange of ringsThe newly weds smile at each other before they walk back down the aisleBrides flower bouquetWedding guest hugs bride at drinks receptionbride hugs guest during drinks receptionBride and groom walk through the confetti throwDrinks reception White Wolf staircaseBridesmaids share a joke during drinks receptionGuests admire brides wedding ringBride and groom walk to Oh Me Oh my wedding venueOh Me Oh My windowBride and groom kiss in reception of Oh Me Oh MyBride and groom talking before they enter the wedding breakfast

Bride gives her speech

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Bridesmaid sheds a tear during the groom's speechBride and groom have an emotional hugBride and groom look into each others eyesGroom kisses the bride on the noseBest man and groom hugBest man and partner smile at each otherKids dancing during the wedding receptionGuests smile at each other during wedding receptionNewlyweds Ceilidh dancingBride and guest Ceilidh dancingBest man and partner Ceilidh dancingLittle girl thrown up in the air during wedding receptionwedding guests Ceilidh dancing silhouetteWedding guests Ceilidh dancing in sunsetOh-Me-Oh-My-Wedding-Photographer-Lisa-Paul-56Bridesmaid Ceilidh dancing

Oh Me Oh My Wedding photographer Bride and groom having a great time walking past Oh Me Oh MyHappy couple walk towards the Three GracesBride and groom hug in the sunset

Bride and groom hug

Bride and groom walk past the Liver buildingBride and groom silhouette Bride smiles at the groom as they walk past Three Graces

 

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Oh Me Oh My Perfect Liverpool Wedding Venue

Oh Me Oh My is an impressive building in it’s own right. It was originally purpose-built for the Bank of British West Africa in 1920. It was designed by architects Briggs, Wolstenholme & Thornley. It has marble floors, the original classical ceiling mouldings and 20ft columns that line the centre of the room. It makes a fabulous setting for a cool wedding reception. Only a short walk to the River Mersey it also has the beautiful Goodness Gracious roof terrace to complement the massive main room downstairs.

Oh Me Oh my can cater for small intimate weddings up to much larger celebrations. The room always looks super cute dressed in fairy lights and candles that create quite an atmosphere. If you get a sunset it is literally minutes to get onto the waterfront for some fabulous sunset portraits.

I always love coming back to Oh Me Oh My to shoot weddings; the main room just has something very special about it.

If you want something really different to host your Liverpool wedding day, Oh Me Oh My is one of the top Liverpool venues for your shortlist.

If you are looking for a wedding photographer for your Oh Me Oh My wedding Get In Touch to see if I am free on your date.

 

 

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