On The 7th Wedding Photography
//On The 7th Wedding Photography//
After a whole SIX MONTHS away from shooting weddings because of bringing a mini person into the world, I couldn’t have been more excited to head back to the north, to Manchester, to my home city, to shoot my first wedding back from a spot of maternity leave. I am an immensely proud Mancunian so what better place to celebrate my 2017 wedding season kicking off than in the heart of Media City with the lovely Amy and Adam!? I had a spring in my step as my train pulled into Piccadilly and headed to Salford Quays with my camera-in-hand. It felt good to be back; to be back home and to be back doing what I do best … shooting the happiest of days when two people come together and say their “I Do’s”. I truly mean it when I say that Amy and Adam’s day was OFF . THE . SCALE!! They are such an incredible couple and were so relaxed in letting me ‘do my thing’! They planned their day at On the 7th which is right in the heart of the pretty impressive Media City. They couldn’t have chosen a more perfect venue. I’m definitely a fan I have to say. With it’s metallic ceilings, black and white tiled floor, industrial glass partitions and well stocked bar, On the 7th was the ultimate setting for this couple’s amazing day. Amy and Adam had a free rein when it came to the ‘do’s and don’ts’ too which is always a bonus. It meant they could plan the wedding they really wanted without having loads of restrictions put on them from the venue. So an amazing electric violinist joined us for the evening reception (details to follow) and the Club Room became the setting for what turned into a rather messy game of Beer Pong.
I could literally keep going on and on about how fantastic Amy and Adam’s wedding was at On the 7th but I’ll stop here and I’ll let the images do the talking. It was pretty epic I think you’ll agree …
//On The 7th Wedding Photography// – please don’t hesitate to get in touch if you’re planning your wedding at On the 7th (or anywhere else for that matter!) Email me at firstname.lastname@example.org. Go on .. you know you want to 🙂