Wedding photography at Mersey Maritime Museum.
The Mersey Maritime Museum was the perfect venue for Beth and Will to celebrate their wedding. Will is an officer in the Navy and looked fab in his dress uniform. Beth looked beautiful in a simple and elegant wedding dress. Hazel joined Beth and her party at The Feathers Hotel in Liverpool city centre, while I headed round the corner to Will’s parents house with the groom and his party. Both Beth and Will spent some time in prayer during their preparations before heading to Bridge Chapel.
The ceremony was warm and sincere and a real reflection of Beth and Will’s Christian faith. The singing was also brilliant. After the ceremony, tea and cakes were served for the guests. It was quickly becoming a gorgeously sunny and very warm summers afternoon!
To the river!
As we arrived at Liverpool’s stunning Albert Dock, the crowds were out in force enjoying the summer sunshine. In fact, it was so busy, the wedding car has a job of making its way down the road to drop Beth and Will off outside the Merseyside Maritime Museum!
We went for a wander to shoot some portraits in the wonderful surroundings and also at the waterfront. There were crowds of people all wishing Beth and Will congratulations! There couldn’t have been a better setting for them to have their portraits with Will in his uniform and the backdrop full of Liverpool’s maritime history!
The speeches were heartfelt and the cake cutting of course done with Will’s sword! It was time for the first dance and a lovely moment as beth slipped of her shoes and stood on Will’s feet as they shared their first dance as Mr and Mrs Hope!
Here a few images from the day. If you are getting married and think that creative documentary wedding photography is what you would like, we would love to hear from you. you can see another recent wedding story here. Alternative, head over and take a look at our galleries.