The wedding day started at the Emmanuel Parish Church in Southport for the ceremony that would make David and Kellry become husband and wife. The Emmanuel Church is such a large church that you truly can’t appreciate until you’re inside, and with a chilly start to the day we certainly appreciated the heaters in the church floor to warm us up.
To really enhance the church’s atmosphere, friends of David and Kellry were ringing the church bells for all of the parish to enjoy. If that wasn’t enough, we also enjoyed an organist and an amazing choir through the service. I really enjoyed these elements and I am positive all of the guests did too.
After the service the wedding party traveled to the Royal Clifton Hotel in Southport for the reception and wedding breakfast. Just like the church, the Royal Clifton is another building of size, grandeur and history. The Royal Clifton has multiple large function rooms and can host small to large weddings throughout the year.
After the wedding breakfast the guests were entertained by the Liverpool band StereoFever. The band were very entertaining and managed to get guests of all ages on the dance floor, which is not an easy task at most weddings! All of the band members were great, but I have to give a special mention to Fyval and Adam for their awesome singing and energy throughout the evening.
I would certainly encourage other couples to look up StereoFever to discuss their wedding music and entertainment requirements.
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Below are a few more photos from David and Kellry’s day to give you an idea of how special it was for them, their family and friends.