When it comes to North West wedding venues, couples are definitely spoiled for choice in terms of spectacular manors and country estates. However, a Sefton Park Palm House wedding is a wonderfully unique experience, a spectacular Victorian greenhouse that brings the outdoors in.
Sarah and Tom had chosen Sefton Park Palm House in Liverpool as their wedding venue as this was the city that the pair first met, at the famous Krazy House student bar to be precise! The wedding service itself took place at the beautiful All Saints’ Church in Childwall, the oldest church in Merseyside. The Vicar was also getting married here herself in a few weeks time, and couldn’t have been nicer. :-)
A slightly wet day could not dampen the spirits of Sarah, Tom and their guests. The weather actually matched the theme of the wedding day, typically British, with wedding guests chauffeured by double decker bus, a bright red pillar box to collect the wedding cards and guests supplying their own chutneys to be enjoyed with the wedding cheese cake. For dinner? What better than a good old fashioned British BBQ!
Some grooms take a back seat during the wedding preparation, but not Tom. Being an artist, he enjoyed hand paining signs and decorations for the reception. I’m fairly sure he also chose the spiderman and superhereo decorations that I spotted to. :-)
A truly awesome couple, it was a real pleasure to capture for Sarah and Tom, some storytelling images of the day below…