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A Colourful and Cultured Manchester City Centre Wedding

Meet Katie and Joe, who have been married on Saturday 5 May 2018. Katie chose a stylish, sleeveless embroidered gown that has a simple scoop neckline and delightful puddle train.

“I only tried on three dresses and knew quite in the early stages this was the main one for me. I loved the detail from the embroidery and also the high neckline but slightly back.”

Katie’s chic bridesmaids chose their very own dusty blue bridesmaid dresses.

Joe wore a vintage three-piece suit in deep blue by having a smart white bow tie and pocket square and black Oxfords because of this, Katie sweetly says the younger crowd wore a permanent smile.

“To participate in the mix of cultures, we knew we wanted roses along with other typically English flowers, however with the use of bright colors to represent the Spanish element. Grace did an excellent job at doing exactly that. We were so happy with the flowers! They pulled everything together and added this type of pop, but in a vintage way.”

All of the sweetness and joy from the day was effortlessly captured by Lucy, whose excellent work we’ve featured. There’s such vibrancy in these images – they’re just enchanting.

“We would recommend Lucy inside a heartbeat! From the minute we met her, we knew we wanted her to become our photographer. She captured the day in a way that was better than we able have imagined and just felt like another guest. So lovely and talented.”

“When we woke up around the morning from the wedding, there wasn’t a cloud in the sky and everyone kept telling us how lucky we’d get using the weather. Looking back, we’re so happy we decided to have our ceremony later in the afternoon. The day leading up to being relaxed also meant we caught that awesome dusk light that was designed for some fab photos. Lucy grabbed us quickly throughout the canapes before the sun completely set with an impromptu photo shoot on one of the busiest streets in Manchester. People were walking past and shouting ‘Congratulations!’ It was all a little surreal but we look back and laugh about this now.”

Words of Wedded Wisdom

“When planning the wedding, you need to be you. I thoroughly enjoyed planning the marriage but it had been lovely to inquire about my friends and family for help. It created special moments within the lead as much as the day.”

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