With nine bridesmaids and a heap of croissants Nom had a lovely morning with the girls getting ready at Eilidh’s parents. Also, isn’t her dried flower bouquet just gorgeous.
Tom and his groomsmen were in a stylish Airbnb. One of Tom’s Best Men, Adam, gave him an extra, little beard trim, then they were good to go.
Eilidh’s Dad walked her down the aisle, lead them through their vows and gave her away (a practised choreographed manoeuvre which he pulled off with style!). We loved their Pastor’s words about the security of making and keeping life long promises. And of course it was great to be back at Bethel Church. They always give us such a warm welcome… and great cake after the service!
When it was time to set off everyone piled outside to send them off covered in confetti.
At the Liverpool Docks Tom & Eilidh had some time to catch up with each other away from their guests. Lots of passers-by said congratulations, which makes being out in the rain totally worth it. The rain didn’t stop these two. They snuggled up under the umbrella and we found a sheltered spot which turned out to be the perfect backdrop.
Arriving at One Fine Day we gathered their families and bridal party for photos. Isn’t it a gorgeous setting for some urban group shots!
We had visited the venue with Tom & Eilidh for their engagement shoot so we knew it wouldn't disappoint for their wedding reception. We love the style of the space and the different spaces on the balcony and in the cafe for guests to chill during the evening.
This was a fun crowd of friends: they packed dance floor and the Soul Society lead the charge on the party. It was a lot of fun to send Tom & Eilidh on their way through a tunnel of sparklers.
Hope you have a lovely time on honeymoon - can’t wait to hear where the secret destination is!