Bethan and Henry’s Ness Gardens Wedding was an awesome day of fun, entertainment, love, family, and friendship. The wedding day was well planned which made it relaxing and enjoyable for all the guests!
The day started with the bride and groom getting ready at a nearby Wirral hotel with their bridal party, friends, and family. It was great that both Bethan and Henry were getting ready in the same location, as it meant that I could photograph both the bridal and groom preparation by moving between the hotel bedrooms. There was plenty of activity and fun with everyone getting ready, and the boys having to make their suit button holes larger with a sharp looking knife!
Groom Henry had organised a surprise vintage bus to take Bride Bethan and her bridal party to Ness Gardens. The bus called “The General” is a superb looking wedding vehicle and definitely added to the excitement before the ceremony.
At Ness Gardens the guests were enjoying the surroundings, catching up with friends, and being entertained by a string quartet. The entrance into Ness Gardens is divine and allows the Bride to gracefully appear through the trees and over the small stone bridge, before arriving at the thatched summer house for the ceremony. The wedding guests were all standing which created an intimate environment so they truly felt part of the service.
After the ceremony, everyone had chance to relax and enjoy the rock gardens, have a few drinks, canapes, and ice cream. Time flew by (as it seems to at most weddings) and before we knew it the guests made their way over to the wonderfully decorated village hall for the wedding breakfast/BBQ. You could see how much love and attention was used when designing and decorating the hall as it showed plenty of character and personality.
The evening reception continued with plenty of chat, funny and emotion-packed speeches, and finally some dancing to the band’s great live music!
Please enjoy this selection of photographs from Bethan and Henry’s Ness Gardens Wedding.
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