Brides Up North Luxury Wedding Shows Spring 2017
Charlotte Balbier
Brides Up North Luxury Wedding Shows Spring 2017

a posh picnic. a boho wedding at the national wildflower centre in liverpool – hannah & leon

February 2nd, 2017 | Alexis Forsyth

A Boho Wedding in Liverpool (c) Hannah Blackledge Photography (27)

For today’s real wedding, we’re escaping to the serene and picture-perfect backdrop of the National Wildflower Centre for Hannah and Leon’s special day.

After seven years together, the couple said ‘I do’ at Runcorn Town Hall before celebrating with family and friends in the unconventional Wildflower Centre, set in the 35 acre Victorian Court Hey Park, for a wedding with a boho twist.

There are so many wonderful and heartfelt touches to this wedding – from the couple’s ‘posh’ picnic and specially crafted cocktails, to their handmade decorations and blessings in the pretty surroundings of a meadow.

With images by Hayley Blackledge Photography

A Boho Wedding in Liverpool (c) Hannah Blackledge Photography (2)

hannah says: We got engaged on our first real Christmas living together. We had opened all our gifts and Leon said he had forgotten one, so he went to get it while I opened my last gift. I turned around and there he was on one knee. He did the traditional full name and full question – it was perfect. My last gift was a Westlife album of all “our songs” from when we first started going out as kids. On the back, he had written me a full proposal that I could keep forever.

We were married on 30th July 2016, exactly one week after our seven-year anniversary. Leon is a teacher so we wanted the wedding to take place while he was off school, which meant this date was perfect.

A Boho Wedding in Liverpool (c) Hannah Blackledge Photography (8)

We had two separate venues for our wedding day. The first was Runcorn Town Hall for the ceremony, and the reception was hosted at the National Wildflower Centre in Liverpool. The first time we visited, we walked through the wildflowers, explored the park and sat by the pond with my parents and sister, and we fell in love with the place. I noticed a tiny poster offering venue hire for events and we never looked back once we were given the price. Our parents were married in Runcorn Town Hall so it held a lot of sentimental value for us. Plus, it’s very beautiful.

A Boho Wedding in Liverpool (c) Hannah Blackledge Photography (36)

We didn’t aim to have a theme, but ended up with a laid-back posh picnic – quite a mix! We wanted to create a beautiful space and that meant the right decorations rather than one set theme or colour.

The colour theme grew over time and became much more relaxed the closer we got to the big day. We started with navy (Leon’s suit), white (my dress) and peach (bridesmaid dresses). Over time we added gold, greens, wood tones, pinks and other pastel colours in the same shade. It looked great!

A Boho Wedding in Liverpool (c) Hannah Blackledge Photography (52)

When it came to my outfit, I didn’t want to look like the “classic bride” and wanted something a touch more vintage and boho. There was one store on Bold Street in Liverpool, Cherry Blossom Boutique, which I tried to call into at least three times. Every time I called over, I’d mistimed it. I managed to make it along one afternoon though and found my dress. I tried two dresses on and then there it was: my Gino Cerruti. The full-length gown had an illusion neckline, a waist synching band and low back, and was covered in hoops of clear beads. I paired my dress with chunky heeled T-bar New Look shoes and a handmade veil from my nan. I then swapped my heels for white flats for most of the day.

Leon wore a navy three-piece suit, with a waistcoat of a different texture from Next. He teamed this with a white shirt with handmade Marvel Spiderman cufflinks and socks, and a pink tie from Burton, with a pink pocket square. To complete his ensemble, he wore brown brogues from Tesco and a squirrel silver tiepin.

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butterflies & blooms. a romantic blush pink wedding in the north west – charlotte & chris

October 17th, 2016 | Laura McDonagh

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Today’s bride and groom were married at the stunning Warrington Golf Club surrounded by their very nearest and dearest.

The wedding day was a sublime, pink-hued affair with more than a hint of Midsummer Night’s romanticism and revelry.

There were plenty of nods to tradition, including Charlotte’s showstopper of a Camelot-inspired dress, but also plenty of fun, personal touches, such as the Marvel Comics cake and Molly the Chorkie dressed in dusty pink.

So, ready for some romance?

With images by Helen Smiddy of HJS Photography.

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charlotte says: We got engaged during a cruise to the Bahamas in June 2014. Chris proposed on a starlit night whilst we were on route to Miami. It was very romantic, although he had to walk me around the ship four times before he plucked up the courage to ask the question!

We decided to get married on 11th June 2016. We chose this date for two reasons: it was exactly two years from the date of the proposal, and I’d always wanted to be a June bride.

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We were married at our local church, St Mary’s, in Great Sankey. Chris and I wanted a traditional church wedding, and St Mary’s is so pretty and traditional. We then travelled to Warrington Golf Club for the wedding breakfast and evening celebrations.

Our theme was based around butterflies; I love butterflies, and they always make me think of summer. Our colour scheme was a dusty pink. I’m a self-confessed girly girl and pink has always been my favourite colour.

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I wanted a dress and veil that were a little different and suited my style. I’d always admired the fairy-like style of dresses in movies, such as A Midsummer Night’s Dream and Camelot, and I hoped to emulate this style. I bought the dress in Blackpool and had the veil made to match. My shoes were ordered from Monsoon and my hair vine and jewellery were from Debenhams.

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pastel perfection. augusta Jones for a shabby chic wedding at willington hall – laura & adam

November 17th, 2015 | Julia Braime

A Shabby Chic Wedding in Cheshire (c) Stephen McGowan Photography (6)

We love the bravery of today’s groom who popped the question to his now wife during a flight to the Dominican Republic. You’d have to be sure of a ‘yes’ wouldn’t you? Otherwise you’d be in for a rather awkward flight and holiday!

Anyhoo, ring firmly on finger, Laura and Adam decided on a shabby chic wedding with pretty pastels and a cute afternoon tea.

Executed to perfection everything fits in perfectly with the theme and setting, from the beautiful bouquets to Laura’s gorgeous mermaid style dress.

With images by Brides Up North fave,  Stephen McGowan Wedding Photography.

A Shabby Chic Wedding in Cheshire (c) Stephen McGowan Photography (21)

laura says: We got engaged on 8th April 2014, when we were on a flight to Dominican Republic. Adam asked the pilot to call me to the front of the plane, Adam then got down on one knee and proposed. All flight he was acting rather nervous and taking advantage of the free drinks – now it all makes sense, he was trying to calm his nerves. When I said yes, the whole plane cheered! It was such an amazing proposal.

Our wedding date was 12th September 2015. We always knew we wanted August or September for a lovely summer wedding and so when we found our perfect venue, the dates worked out well as it was the only available Saturday left.

A Shabby Chic Wedding in Cheshire (c) Stephen McGowan Photography (18)

We were married in Willington Hall in Tarporley, Cheshire. To be honest, it was Adam who found this hidden gem, much to my dismay! It was exactly what we were after, beautiful location, perfect intimate size and amazing staff. The views around for the photographs were perfect and it simply is a beautiful venue. After looking at so many ‘corporate’ venues, it was nice to find a place that remembered us by name, rather than a wedding date!

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coral & lace. a glam wedding with pops of peach on merseyside – emily & stephen

August 21st, 2015 | Rachel Parry

A Glam Coral Wedding at The Thistle (c) Rachel Victoria Photography (36)

We are loving bride Emily’s glamorous look in today’s real wedding. Her gorgeous slim fit, lace fishtail gown and long, tumbling, dark wavy locks remind us of recent celebrity bride Michelle Keegan, with both ladies looking stunning for their moment in the limelight.

The pretty continues throughout the Emily and Stephen’s glam wedding day in the summery colour scheme, chic décor and girly bridesmaid dresses. There’s also a rather pretty pooch involved in the proceedings too, the couple’s adorable pet dog Honey, who had her very own coral outfit made for the special occasion. Too cute!

With images by Rachel Victoria Photography.

A Glam Coral Wedding at The Thistle (c) Rachel Victoria Photography (4)

stephen says: We got engaged on 13th March 2013. I had the ring for some time and told pretty much everybody I knew I was going to do it, but swore everyone to secrecy. On the day, I took Emily to her bedroom where I had laid out rose petals on the floor in the shape of a heart with some candles to set the mood, with me knelt in the curvature of said heart. After her initial surprise followed an up roar of nervous laughter before my beautiful wife finally came to and said yes.

emily says: We chose the 26th June 2015 as our wedding date because we always wanted a summer wedding. We also chose this date because it was on a Friday, which meant we could have the weekend to ourselves and reflect on what an amazing day we had. The date was also exclusive to us, so we didn’t have to share our special day.

A Glam Coral Wedding at The Thistle (c) Rachel Victoria Photography (5)

We married at The Thistle in Haydock, Merseyside, which is a lovely hotel ten minutes away from Haydock Race Course. We chose this venue for a number of reasons as we wanted a marquee for our evening reception, but also a hotel so we could get ready there. Our main reason for picking it however, was because the hotel is dog friendly which meant we could have our most prized possession, Honey, with us on our big day and she could be a part of it too.

A Glam Coral Wedding at The Thistle (c) Rachel Victoria Photography (15)

Our theme for the wedding was a vintage/ fairy tale as we incorporated things like bird cages with tea lights in them, and picture frames that our guest could leave messages. We wanted our wedding to be simple and classic, yet pretty.

Our colour scheme was coral as we saw it as a summery, bright colour that would stand out. With having seven different bridesmaids with different hair colours to each other and different skin tones, we also felt this colour was one that would complement them all equally.

A Glam Coral Wedding at The Thistle (c) Rachel Victoria Photography (17)

I wore a fitted, lace fishtail dress with a sweetheart neckline and low back, with a simple belt with a classic bead embellishment in the centre. The dress, which was from Always and Forever Bridal Boutique in St. Helens, was perfect and meant so much to me as my nan bought it for me. I wore it with Christian Louboutin peep toe stiletto shoes and a handmade lace and blue garter made by Stephen’s mum, which made it even more personal! I also had a Tiffany & Co bracelet bought by Stephen, which I received as a gift before the wedding.

A Glam Coral Wedding at The Thistle (c) Rachel Victoria Photography (21)

Stephen bought a three piece suit from Slaters in Liverpool, and wore Kurt Geiger shoes, with a coral cravat. To accessorise Stephen had a pair of groom cufflinks and a Michael Kors watch, which I bought for him as a wedding gift. The best man and groomsmen wore the same suit as Stephen, each with personalised cufflinks and a coral cravat, again from Slaters.

We had seven bridesmaids that wore a one shoulder, floor length dress with a cascade of flowers on the shoulder strap. These dresses were purchased from an online boutique. We had a flower girl who wore an ivory dress with coral details and a big coral bow, made by the mother of the groom. Our pet dog Honey, had dress made also by the mother of the groom, to match the bridesmaids, and had a bow made for her hair to match.

A Glam Coral Wedding at The Thistle (c) Rachel Victoria Photography (24)

Our photographer was Rachel Butterworth of Rachel Victoria Photography, who did an amazing job on the day! I went to school with Rachel so automatically felt comfortable around her. I’d also been to events that Rachel had photographed before and the photos always looked perfect. Rachel even did an engagement photo shoot for us before the wedding, for us to get used to being in front of the camera. I was feeling quite nervous being photographed at first but instantly felt at ease with Rachel. We are so made up with our wedding photos they exceeded our expectations and we can’t stop looking at them!

A Glam Coral Wedding at The Thistle (c) Rachel Victoria Photography (25)

The flowers carried by my bridesmaids and I were made by our manager in work who does floristry on the side, we loved the personal touches she gave to them and how they complemented our theme and the bridesmaids’ dresses.

A Glam Coral Wedding at The Thistle (c) Rachel Victoria Photography (26)

To decorate the venue we had large martini glasses as our centre pieces with beautiful summer flower arrangements in done by Amore Flowers in Widnes, Cheshire. They were excellent and listened to exactly what we wanted.

A Glam Coral Wedding at The Thistle (c) Rachel Victoria Photography (47)

Our reception room was dressed by Angela of Chicks on Wheels, based in Widnes, who covered the chairs with white chair covers finished with a coral bow. On our entrance table we had a wishing well for cards to be put in and a wishing tree for our guest to hang well wishes on. Angela also did our candy cart which went down very well with our guests who defiantly had a sweet tooth!

On the entrance table was also a wooden frame with small wooden hearts for our guests to sign and post into the frame so that we can keep it forever as a statement piece in our home. My mum bought this for us as a gift.

A Glam Coral Wedding at The Thistle (c) Rachel Victoria Photography (30)

A Glam Coral Wedding at The Thistle (c) Rachel Victoria Photography (38)

We had personalised mirrors as favours for the women from Not On The High Street, which read ‘thank you for sharing our special day with us, Emily and Stephen’. We placed the mirrors in mini birdcage favours boxes to tie into our theme. We had tuxedo tins with mints in for the men and a children’s wedding colouring pack for the little ones.

We chose a four tier wedding cake with different shades of coral and peach flowers cascading down the side. The flavours of each tier were different: fruit, chocolate, lemon and strawberry. It was made by Cakes by Kerry, based in Widnes, who delivered it to the venue on the day. Stephen’s nan and granddad kindly bought us the cake.

A Glam Coral Wedding at The Thistle (c) Rachel Victoria Photography (41)

Entertainment was provided by The Thistle’s DJ, Ian Dutton, who was fab. He kept the guests on the dance floor with his eclectic mix of songs and guided us through the evening. At the reception, we also had a photo booth from Sunshine Events, with a selection of props, and we were given a copy of all the photos taken in the booth, presented to us in a book that we can keep.

The Thistle was an amazing – we cannot recommend it enough! The staff could not do enough for us, nothing was too much trouble. Our favourite part of the day would have to be the ceremony. We had been planning the wedding for two years and to finally be standing there saying ‘I do’ was the most amazing feeling.

A Glam Coral Wedding at The Thistle (c) Rachel Victoria Photography (44)

For our honeymoon, we went to Crete in Greece and stayed in the Thompson Sensatori five star hotel. We had our own private pool on the balcony, so we could relax in peace after all the wedding stress. We picked Greece as this was the first destination we went on holiday together, so it has many sentimental memories to us.

A Glam Coral Wedding at The Thistle (c) Rachel Victoria Photography (34)

Our top tip to other Brides Up North would be to enjoy the day and not worry about everyone else. You will only have one wedding day and it goes so quick so make to most of it!

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j’adore. david tutera for a pastel blue wedding at thornton manor – emma & john

May 20th, 2015 | Julia Braime

A pastel blue wedding at Thornton Manor (c) Matt Parry Photography (69)

Is there anywhere more romantic to pop the question than Paris? Ok, so I’m a little biased, as that’s where my other half got down on one knee, but another proposal in the French city of love is how today’s story begins.

After a dream engagement Emma and John bagged their dream venue Thornton Manor, for their big day and got the preparations underway.

They agreed they wanted the wedding to have a classic feel to suit the venue and we think you’ll agree that everything from Emma’s lace dress, to the maids’ pastel blue gowns and simple blooms say elegance.

Looking at the wedding snaps it’s easy to see why Emma and John had their hearts set on this venue – the reception room is nothing short of incredible!

With images by Matt Parry Photography.

A pastel blue wedding at Thornton Manor (c) Matt Parry Photography (2)

emma says: We got engaged outside Montmartre cathedral in Paris at midnight on the 28th December 2012. John had planned to propose on New Year’s Eve but had the urge to do it on the first day we got to Paris. We had dinner in our favourite restaurant in Montmartre then John took me up the hill to ‘see the laser show on the Eiffel tower at midnight’.

A pastel blue wedding at Thornton Manor (c) Matt Parry Photography (17)

We wanted a summer wedding, we knew you couldn’t guarantee good weather in England but thought we’d have the best chance in the summer months. The 28th August 2014 was available at our dream venue so we booked it.  We married one month after my 26th birthday and the weather was stunning.

We got married at Thornton Manor on the Wirral. We had looked at the venue on the internet but dismissed it as we felt we couldn’t afford it. On a Sunday we were going to a wedding fair but it was awful so we googled if there were any other fairs in the area and there was one at Thornton Manor.  When we got there we were welcomed by the owner, Phillip, and we were blown away and instantly knew we would do everything we could to get married there.

A pastel blue wedding at Thornton Manor (c) Matt Parry Photography (21)

We wanted an authentic, classic feel for the wedding and knew we wanted elegance to match the house. We had top hats and 1950’s style bridesmaid dresses.

The main colour was pastel blue. It is my favourite colour and we felt it was perfect for a summer wedding. Our bridesmaids, groomsmen and page boy wore pastel blue. The stationery was ivory and pastel blue.

A pastel blue wedding at Thornton Manor (c) Matt Parry Photography (25)

I chose an ivory David Tutera for Mon Cheri dress.  It was a sleeveless soft lace mermaid gown with lace straps with a scoop neckline. The dress had embroidered Swarovski crystals with a spun gold waist.

John wore a charcoal morning suit and grey top hat.  His outfit and the groomsmen’s outfits were from Slaters in Liverpool.

The bridesmaids wore a 1950’s pastel blue style dress from Dorothy Rose Bridal in Ellesmere Port. Everybody was blown away by the dresses and the fit was beautiful.

A pastel blue wedding at Thornton Manor (c) Matt Parry Photography (40)

For our wedding transport we had a vintage Bentley in cream and black. It was hired from a company local to the venue.

A pastel blue wedding at Thornton Manor (c) Matt Parry Photography (39)

Matt Parry was our photographer, without a doubt we would recommend him to anybody.  Matt made us so comfortable before the day with meetings via Skype to talk about ‘essential’ photos and talk to us about his style etc. On the day John met Matt at the venue a little earlier than expected, Matt was having a look at the venue to get some ideas for his shots. Matt then came and spent a lot of time with me and the girls getting ready before going back to the venue to get those ‘nervy’ shots of John.

A pastel blue wedding at Thornton Manor (c) Matt Parry Photography (37)

Throughout the day Matt wasn’t in anybody’s way, John said he didn’t notice him at all during the speeches but when you see the photographs you wonder how! He was a great friend on the day and we were absolutely overwhelmed when we got our beautiful presentation box through the post with all our gorgeous shots.

A pastel blue wedding at Thornton Manor (c) Matt Parry Photography (38)

My bouquet was made up of ivory roses with Chinese grass loops, arranged by Amore Flowers in Widnes.  The bridesmaids had ivory and pastel blue roses.

Amore also did our reception flowers, we would highly recommend them. We gave Joe the florist free reign to do as he pleased within our theme and he did a beautiful job!

A pastel blue wedding at Thornton Manor (c) Matt Parry Photography (49)

We gave out jams and chutneys as favours, which were made by a company called Posh Pickles based in Knutsford. With customized labels and ribbons to match our theme, Rob and Steph did a great job and their Jams and Chutneys are amazing!

A pastel blue wedding at Thornton Manor (c) Matt Parry Photography (46)

We had a four tier lace cake with roses and rose petals in the theme of pastel blue and ivory – the layers were lemon and carrot cake. A friend of mine, Coleen, did the cake – she was great!

A pastel blue wedding at Thornton Manor (c) Matt Parry Photography (52)

The venue had a caterer list that we had to choosefrom to provide our wedding breakfast – we chose Anne Wilson Corden Bleu. We had a pate starter, pork trio main and a trio of deserts – it was so nice!

A pastel blue wedding at Thornton Manor (c) Matt Parry Photography (70)

For entertainment we had a DJ in the evening and gave him an extensive playlist – basically every song for the evening! In our RSVP’s we asked our guests to give us a song that would get them on the dance floor.

A pastel blue wedding at Thornton Manor (c) Matt Parry Photography (67)

We also booked a string quartet to play before/after the ceremony and during canapés after the ceremony. They played as I walked down the aisle and also the music John and I walked out of the room to – they were absolutely brilliant and so many people commented on them.

A pastel blue wedding at Thornton Manor (c) Matt Parry Photography (68)

We would definitely recommend our wedding venue to others purely because it’s magical. There is something about the music room that leaves you feeling calm and humble. The Manor House ball room is breath taking and given rain or shine any bride and groom will have the best time of their lives celebrating there.

A pastel blue wedding at Thornton Manor (c) Matt Parry Photography (63)

One of our favourite parts of the day was when our photographer Matt took us off into an old green house to take some unusual shots of us. We loved this part of the day as we were able to spend time together and it was really fun trying not to smile or laugh at the camera. The pictures turned out to be amazing, just what we expected from Matt.

A pastel blue wedding at Thornton Manor (c) Matt Parry Photography (58)
For our honeymoon we decided to go stay on the Palm in Dubai, the hotel was on the beach which was total paradise. We loved our stay and will definitely be returning in the future.

A pastel blue wedding at Thornton Manor (c) Matt Parry Photography (61)
My top tip to other Brides Up North would be to remember the reasons why you are getting married. I think some brides/grooms can get carried away with making sure absolutely everything is perfect but just remember that you can’t please everyone no matter how much you will try. Remember your wedding day is your day and at the end of it all you’ll always have your best friend beside you so there’s nothing to worry about.

Also try not to spill red wine on your dress!

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Through The Vintage Looking Glass! A Styled Bridal Shoot In The North West

May 19th, 2012 | Julia Braime

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What better way to start Saturday than a beautiful and quirky styled wedding inspiration shoot with more than a hint of Alice In Wonderland theme and sent to me by Sarah of Vintage Wonderland?  I’m not usually a fan of too much fiddling with colour in photographs, but the team use various methods to great effect here to add drama and ethereal quality to the set.  Love it. 

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Sarah of Vintage Wonderland says: The photographs were taken in and around the grounds of Croxteth Hall in Liverpool on a beautiful sunny Sunday afternoon in April. I had been wanting to create something special that would truly encompass the spirit and ethos of Vintage Wonderland whilst also allowing myself to indulge in my own personal delights; the fashion, culture and elegance of classic times.

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Whilst keeping the classic theme in mind I wanted to extend the shoot to include some of my more quirky ideas, and to meet the demand of the ever popular Alice in Wonderland theme. Both the models and Kate had a good feel for what we were trying to achieve so simply allowed themselves to be part of the moment, and I think we captured everything just right.

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The shoot was demanding as we only had a short time to set up, get the models prepared, and get the shots we wanted. Croxteth Hall was open to the public the whole time we were there, so we can only imagine what the onlookers must have been thinking when we were hanging tea cups from the trees; we had some funny looks. The staff at Croxteth Hall were fantastic and gave us pretty much full access to the hall, and even gave us a room specifically for make up and costume changes; the models felt like stars for the day. We were so impressed with the volunteers at the hall we even featured them in some of the photographs.

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A Styled Vintage Insipration Shoot by Kate Robson Photography

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At Vintage Wonderland we really want people to see that we can style something special for their wedding. Whether it is a sophisticated ‘High Tea’ look for a wedding breakfast, recreating a bygone ere for their room layout, or adding a touch of nostalgia to their photographs; the Bride and Groom should know we are there to help them make the best of their special day.

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With regards to the future for Vintage Wonderland? Well the ideas just keep on coming; so I will be constantly on the lookout for new props & crockery, new locations, and new future Brides and Grooms so I can continue doing what I love; showing off our beautiful crockery in such elegant surroundings.

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Vintage Wonderland- Vintage China, Crockery & Prop Hire
Website: www.vintagewonderland.co.uk

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Photography- Kate Robson Photography
Website: www.kate-robson.co.uk

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Vintage clothing by Pillbox Vintage

Website: www.pillboxvintage.com

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Make up by Dawn Pendleton
Website: www.butterflybliss.co.uk

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Artificial Flowers by Amore Flowers
Website: www.amoreflowers.co.uk

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Wedding cake by Lisa from Pretty Princess Cupcakes
Website: www.prettyprincesscupcakes.co.uk

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Models: Holly Middleton, Nico Spyrou, (Bride and Groom), Rebecca Withell and Emma Withell as well as Croxteth Hall volunteers

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  – Images © 2012 Kate Robson Photography

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