Zoe & Ste’s winter documentary wedding photography at the Marco Pierre White, Wirral was a beautiful and fun day. Smiling bride Zoe has such an expressive face and couldn’t hide her excitement and happiness through the day. Surely every bride is happy and excited, but not everyone shows it so much because of their nerves. There are many photos to re-tell the stories and moments from the wedding day, and really show the happiness of two families coming together. My documentary wedding photography really suited what Zoe and Ste wanted for their wedding day as I photographed key moments and memories that will last a lifetime.

The wedding day started with the bride and bridesmaids getting ready both at a local hair salon and at Zoe’s mum’s house. There was lots of fun, food, and dress malfunctions to keep us entertained. Ste the groom was already at the hotel in the Wirral and was getting ready and also finalising his speech! We use two photographers to document Zoe and Ste’s wedding enabling us to be photographing all key locations and people at the same time. When you play slideshow of all the images together the fact that both bridal and groom preparation was photographed really enhances the wedding story as you see it unfold. If you want to see all the images, have a look at the slideshow.

Once the bride and groom were ready, the ceremony took place at St Peter’s church in Heswall. The church was lovely, spacious, and grand which comes across in the variety of photographs that we created on the day. Zoe and Ste were very lucky with the weather as it was dry, sunny, and crisp; It was so good we stopped off at the beach for a quick portrait 🙂

Once at the Marco Pierre White in Hoylake, Wirral the guests had chance to warm up, have a few drinks and get the party started.  Below is a selection of images from the day, and remember that you can see the full documentary wedding photographs in the slideshow linked above.

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