“I couldn’t speak highly enough of Rachel or recommend her more. When we met up with her she was professional but so friendly. She listened to exactly what we wanted from our wedding photos and really wanted to know who we were and what we were about. She made us feel so at ease and our photos are beautiful. She always got back to me straight away and was so focused on me, despite having other things to do no doubt! But made me feel special on my wedding day and after. She is an amazing photographer and I wouldn’t hesitate to recommend her or indeed use her for future photos of my family. Thank you Rachel for such amazing wedding photos!”
There aren’t too many brides you can message saying “I love a good wall” and send extensive photographs to illustrate the point without them thinking you are a touch odd. Clare was one of them. Well, she probably thought I was a bit odd but funny at the same time! It’s fair to say we hit it off and I was so happy to be a part of their beautiful and intimate wedding.
Clare got ready at Hope Street Hotel with the wedding service and afternoon tea reception taking place at 60 Hope Street. Both incredible venues in the heart of Liverpool’s Hope Street (unsurprisingly!) packed with character, wonderful natural light and staff who simply could not do enough to help.
Clare and Dan are an incredible couple. They did not stop laughing and beaming all day. They were just so happy to be getting married and to be sharing their day with their closest family and friends. Clare especially was beside herself with excitement. Particularly with her personalised m&m’s!
Clare and Dan thoroughly indulged my love of walls and doors as we took their Mr and Mrs shots. There were just too many to resist! Followed by some night time shots at the glorious Liverpool Philharmonic Hall (they even turned the lights on just for us!). The first dance was a visual treat with a surprise choreographed dance to shake it off in the middle, loved it!
Dress Aristocrats of Chester
Florist Amore Flowers
DJ Wedding Jam