Kerry & Nick’s 60s and 70s Inspired Wedding Manchester Town Hall.
I love a good city centre wedding, and Manchester is one of those cities with so much to offer for couples getting married. Kerry and Nick got in touch just a few months before the wedding asking if I was available as they’d just booked their ceremony at one of my favourite venues, Manchester Town Hall. Luckily I was and I couldn’t wait for their big day.
Their wedding was a beautiful intimate ceremony situated in the Small Ante Room of the Town Hall, with just under 20 of their closest family and friends to witness their vows. As guests were asked to stand, the doors opened and the couple walked in together. They both looked amazing and I absolutely loved their style! Kerry looked very bohemian, wearing a 70s vintage silk dress with long puff sleeves along with some silk ivory flats and pieces of Gypsophila styled into her curls. She also held a Gypsophila bouquet which had a precious photo of her Granddad attached. Nick wore a tailored 60s inspired blue suit, red tie and black loafers which looked perfect for his mod-look.
After their ceremony, we headed into the larger room next door and took a few family photos along with bridesmaids and ushers. As guests left the Town Hall, I took Kerry & Nick off for a few photos around the stunning rooms and hallways of the Town Hall. They were complete naturals in front of the camera and I could tell that Nick was absolutely besotted with Kerry.
Once we’d finished, Kerry & Nick headed off to catch up with their guests for some food and then partied at the O2 Ritz for an epic Reverend and the Makers gig! Thank you so much guys for a wonderful day. I loved being part of your Manchester Town Hall wedding 🙂
Here are some of my favourite shots from the day..
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