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pastels & paper. charlotte balbier for a stylish wedding in liverpool – zoe & shaun

June 8th, 2016 | Julia Braime

A Stylish Wedding  in Liverpool (c) Ruth Atkinson Photography (50)

If you’re looking for inspiration for a fun city centre celebration then you might want to take note of today’s real wedding, which took place in Liverpool.

Opting for a church ceremony and restaurant reception, Zoë and Shaun’s big day had both traditional and modern influences. There are so many elements to it that we love, including the city bus tour, pastel colour scheme, personal stationery, live entertainment and Zoë’s stunning Charlote Balbier gown!

All in all a very enjoyable and relaxed big day!

With images by Ruth Atkinson Photography.

A Stylish Wedding  in Liverpool (c) Ruth Atkinson Photography (31)

zoe says: We got engaged a couple of weeks before Christmas in 2013, when we hosted a party for our friends. Once it was suggested that we did Secret Santa at the party, Shaun’s plan came together. It was engineered so that my present was last and after opening up a notebook with a message leading to a ring in the back, I looked up and Shaun was on one knee!

Our wedding was on Friday 25 March 2016, which was Good Friday. We chose the date as we were looking for a time in spring when everyone could come together so the long weekend seemed like the perfect time. We didn’t want to get married in summer as we were worried the British weather might not be up to scratch.

A Stylish Wedding  in Liverpool (c) Ruth Atkinson Photography (18)

We had our ceremony at Ullet Road Unitarian Church in Liverpool, before our reception at Oh Me Oh My, a venue on the waterfront in town.

We chose the church because, aside from being completely beautiful, the Minister was very open-minded about our ceremony and allowed us to have the relaxed service that we wanted, with secular readings and our own choir. The church also had beautiful cloisters and library where we were able to hold a drinks reception after the ceremony. We chose Oh Me Oh My for the reception as it is a stunning former bank serving amazing food and with a roof terrace that has the best view of the Liver Building you can possibly get.

A Stylish Wedding  in Liverpool (c) Ruth Atkinson Photography (42)

We didn’t have a theme as such; we tended to pick elements we liked and everything fell into place. We ended up hand-making lots of elements, such as signs, table decorations, favours, all of the stationery and one thousand paper cranes. We didn’t necessarily set out to make so much ourselves but since Shaun is a designer, it made good sense.

We chose a fresh a spring colour palate, mostly pastel yellow and grey with a splash of blue and white. However we weren’t too strict with this so we could incorporate other accent colours where we wanted to.

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hello sunshine. mori lee for a yellow themed wedding in the north west – clare & charlie

November 3rd, 2015 | Rachel Parry

An Uplifting Wedding (c) Kate Scott Photography (42)

No matter what your current mood, today’s real wedding is utterly uplifting thanks to its summery colour scheme and the huge smiles on everybody’s faces (especially Clare and Charlie’s)!

We love the fab choice of venues, simple styling and pops of colour, which all in all make for a bright and breezy big day.

With images by Kate Scott Photography.

An Uplifting Wedding (c) Kate Scott Photography (29)

clare says: We got engaged on the beach on Christmas Day in Sri Lanka. He disguised it by putting it in a larger box to try and throw me off the scent but I knew something was up when he started doing up his shoelaces on one knee!

We got married on 18th July 2015, we knew we wanted a summer wedding and that gave us 18 months to get everything sorted.

An Uplifting Wedding (c) Kate Scott Photography (37)

The marriage ceremony was held at the beautiful Ashton Memorial in Williamson Park, Lancaster. I’m from Lancaster so know the building well, it is totally unique sitting on a hill looking down at the city. The park surrounding it is stunning too and has its very own Victorian butterfly house.

The reception was held at Forrest Hills, just outside Lancaster. I was so lucky to have found this venue, it is such as hidden gem; a quirky thatched building in its own little valley, surrounded by countryside and looking out onto its own private lake.

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