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Tahara and Saq got married at the lovely Didsbury House hotel last month. We’ve been truly blessed with the summer this year and they had a fabulous day. The day for me started early as I drove to Tahara’s house to get images of her getting ready. From there I drove to the hotel to photograph Saq and his family awaiting the arrival of Tahara. The ceremony took place at the Didsbury House Hotel but we also went to 11 Didsbury Park for some pictures. This post has great examples of wedding photography at the Didsbury House Hotel.
Last week I met Karen & Jon at the Worsley Marriot for their pre wedding shoot. I first met them both at the Gmex wedding fayre last year. At the time they had just gotten engaged. I then met them again at the Trafford Centre fayre where they decided to book me. At the shoot last week we had a chance to talk and get to know each other. I found out that they had first met each other at the Worsley Marriot many years ago, therefore it is a most fitting venue for their upcoming wedding. Needless to say they think the place is special. It was my first visit to the hotel and golf course and I was very impressed with the set up.
Welcome to Karen and Jon’s wedding gallery. They met at the Worsley Marriot about ten years ago and recently got married there. It was great fun photographing their wedding and hope you enjoy the pictures.
Here are some images from Karen and Jon’s wedding at the Worsley Marriot Salford.
Lorna & Frank got married at the majestic Manchester Town Hall and had their reception at the stylish Great John Street Hotel. The day was fun filled and joyful, a real pleasure to be a part of. Stunning Lorna was the picture of grace in her gorgeous gown and Frank, the groom, looked dashing in blue by her side. The beautiful bridesmaids added further splashes of glamour, each in their complimentary dresses. Manchester Town Hall provided the perfect setting for this attractive couple and their distinct sense of style. The dramatic contrast between the ornate, historic hall and the contemporary chic of the Great John Street Hotel, worked wonders in providing the guests with two distinct yet well matched experiences. The attention to detail was apparent throughout, from the thoughtful place settings to the glorious aroma of the barbecue. Fun and glamour ruled the day with a distinct flavour of romance running throughout. Perfect.