1st January – but is it the 1920s?

I wish all the people that read this blog a happy new year and I hope you enjoy these pictures. It was a wonderful first day of the year with Kate, Jean Paul and their family and friends at this 1920s themed wedding. This is of course only a selection of the nearly 1000 pictures that I took. I started with the ladies getting ready – glamour was the order of the day! All the key moments were captured with reportage, no excessive posing required. If you like what you see here and are looking for a wedding photographer I am always happy to talk to people about their wedding photography hopes without obligation. Call me on 01244 675830 for an initial chat and to possibly book to see me and my work in my studio.

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Always important at weddings to capture the details such as wedding eccessories
Always important at weddings to capture the details such as wedding accessories
Bridesmaids always look lovely and this young lady was very proud of her beautiful mummy
Bridesmaids always look lovely and this young lady was very proud of her beautiful mummy
Bridesmaids together - 'jazz hands'!
Bridesmaids together – ‘jazz hands’!
'The reveal' - a most important part of a brides preparations!
‘The reveal’ – a most important part of a bride’s preparations!
The arrival at the Church is an emotional moment - moments away from the ceremony
The arrival at the church is an emotional moment – moments away from the ceremony
Last few moments unmarried - tense with anticipation of the wedding ceremony
Last few moments unmarried – tense with anticipation of the wedding ceremony
And now the bride walks down the aisle
And now the bride walks down the aisle
Bride and groom finally together after all the wedding preparations
Bride and groom finally together after all the wedding preparations
Here are some of the important moments in the wedding service
Here are some of the important moments in the wedding service
First chance to relax in the wedding car with each other and a bottle of champagne!
First chance to relax in the wedding car with each other and a bottle of champagne!
After a relaxing drive the newlyweds come into the wedding reception
After a relaxing drive the newlyweds come into the wedding reception
It is all so very special for the youngest bridesmaid caught up in the beautiful veil of the brides wedding outfit
It is all so very special for the youngest bridesmaid caught up in the beautiful veil of the bride’s wedding outfit
Sepia is the traditional way to enhance period images such as these
Sepia is the traditional way to enhance period images such as these
Wedding speeches done first means everyone can then enjoy the meal!
Wedding speeches done first means everyone can then enjoy the meal!
1920s Bridesmaids dresses and dancing -  the ladies had a great time enjoying the moment!
1920s Bridesmaids dresses and dancing – the ladies had a great time enjoying the moment!
The first dance is a wedding tradition that many enjoy
The first dance is a wedding tradition that many enjoy

The reception was held at Forest Hill Best Weston Hotel and Spa in Frodsham, Cheshire.

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2 replies to “1st January – but is it the 1920s?

  1. Thank you so much Richard! We had an amazing day and your pictures are something that we will treasure for ever. We really appreciated your hard work, professionalism and enthusiasm. We just wish we could do it all over again because it was so much fun!

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