A Botanical Glasshouse Wedding in Liverpool

Lucy, a Visual Merchandiser, and, who's a Financial Advisor, was married around 11 May 2019 in the spectacular, Grade II* listed, Liverpool. The couple first met in 2013 and also got engaged in 2017, during a trip to Lisbon.


Lucy's dress was an attractive, boho confection, she discovered at the boutique. Where to begin with this particular dream of an outfit?! The botanical, gold foil print is beautiful, out of the box the neckline, handkerchief hem, tassels, and floaty sleeves.

"Whilst it would be a beautiful dress, I didn't think it suited me. In step, the super stylish ladies at Jean Jackson Couture, who solved the problem find the most breathtaking alternative. They made me feel relaxed, and extremely listened to what I wanted in an outfit, and returned with a lot of gorgeous suggestions."

"I have always loved the dresses by Rue de Seine. I love their utilization of lace and pattern within their pieces and their desire to wear them among their dresses. I chose the 'Mira' gown because the laid back, bohemian style from the dress fitted perfectly with this venue."

The wedding ceremony traveled to Sefton Park in fine vintage style, inside a classic VW Campervan. Laura put together an enchanting array of blooms inspired by the bohemian spirit of Lucy's dress, and also the tropical plants inside Sefton Park Palm House.

The color pattern was kept to fresh and straightforward greens and whites, with protea, Veronica, roses, and waxflowers, combined with beautiful greenery – eucalyptus and different grasses like a lovely bunny tail.

The bridesmaids looked super-cool in spangled, sage bridesmaid dresses, with shoes and, and fresh flower combs within their hair, thanks to the florist.

Chris wore a deep blue three-piece suit, plus a mint green, polka dot bow tie to enhance the bridesmaids’ dresses, He also wore a pocket watch sourced from Amazon, and like a nod towards the venue, colorful palm tree socks.

The Best Man and groomsmen looked smart in matching deep blue suits, that they wore with mint green bow ties, and palm tree socks, as also worn by Chris.

The beautiful song You and Me by Penny and The Quarters played as Lucy walked down the aisle along with her Dad, and also the couple opted for any simple, civil ceremony conducted with a registrar from Liverpool City Council. Click

"Our birthdays are one day apart, therefore we like to do something when we can to celebrate. Chris turned thirty in 2017, therefore we took a visit to Lisbon. The views you will find incredible, so following a long walk one afternoon towards the top of one of the many hills, Chris got recorded on one knee and proposed."

"I said yes immediately. Portugal has always been among my favorite places to go to, also it meant a good deal that Chris chose to pop the question there."

"Along with this particular, turning around and seeing all of the people we love within the same room was an incredible feeling. My Maid of Honour had flown all of the ways from Australia together with her family to become there, and seeing family and friends travel from across the nation and abroad to go to our wedding overwhelmed us with gratitude."

Lucy loved the vintage-inspired rings and chose an engraved wishbone ring to sit down nicely together with her engagement ring. Chris decided on a classic gold band.

"The ceremony is certainly up there with my favorite memory; seeing Chris' face for that first time walking on the aisle would be a great feeling, after nearly 2 yrs of planning your day, for it to possess finally arrived, and seeing our vision get together felt very surreal for all of us both."

There to capture all of the botanical enchantment, relaxed spirit and effervescent happiness from the day was Lucy and Chris' talented photographer, whose work we're sharing for that first time here today.

"We first spotted Emma's focus on Instagram and loved her candid and authentic style. We loved how her pictures captured the atmosphere of the weddings she photographed, and also the emotions of the guests. We arranged a scheduled appointment to meet together with her shortly after we've got engaged."

"From the moment we met, I was struck by how approachable and friendly Emma was, and it was key around the day, as neither Chris nor I am comfy in front of the camera. She made us feel so relaxed during our photograph sessions, through good direction and lots of humor."

"We were blown away whenever we received our photographs from the marriage. Emma had captured the Palm House beautifully through her utilization of light and angles. I think Emma might secretly come with an identical twin due to the sheer quantity of amazing moments she was able to capture in our guests – there have been a lot, and I don't think your guests even realized these were having their photos taken."

"The day passes so quickly as well as in such a blur, also it can be a challenge to take stock of all things, so it had been lovely to appear through these photographs and relive these memories, and also have a laugh in the ones we missed. Photographs are one of the only stuff you get to keep from your day, and we're so glad that people picked Emma to capture our big day for all of us."

Words of Wedded Wisdom

"Enjoy the entire process of planning, not just your day. Chris and I had a lot of fun planning our day; researching venues, choosing our favorite songs, and finding items which reflect the things we like."

"But planning for a wedding isn't easy, so don't forget by way of thank the people who helped you on the way."

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