Bristol Wedding Photographer in Liverpool. Neil and Kat
February 8th, 2011
I love a good blogging session and it’s nice to get back and share some work with you!
I’m so behind with my blogging, I do apologise.
Neil and Kat got married up in Liverpool back near the end of last year, there were still leaves on the trees, bright golden they were.
I had never visited Liverpool before so for me it was quite exciting. Everywhere you turn has some reference to the fab four, (no, not the Backstreet Boys).
Neil and Kat held their reception at the incredible Sefton Park Palm House, a conservatory palm house built in 1896. It was beautiful inside and out, with a huge variation of exotic plants.
At a few times throughout the day I looked out of the window…the whole building is basically a big window to be honest…and noticed 3 or 4 wedding cars drive up to the front gate, brides were getting out of the cars to have their picture taken with the house in the background. I felt quite lucky to be inside a building that obviously was a popular landmark that meant a lot to local people.
During the evening reception I was talking to one of the guests, she said that when she was a little girl she used to come to the palm house on a Sunday with her parents and read the newspaper. It was much warmer in the Palm house than what it was at home. Apparently, it was quite common for everybody to do this, it saved on heating costs!
Now the Palm house has been beautifully restored and it’s a pleasure to be inside.
Neil and Kat didn’t have the best day weather-wise, It was a typically chilly northern late-Autumn day with lots of showers. Personally, I can’t stand the rain, but I do like how rain makes people huddle closer together to try and stay warm and dry under one umbrella. It makes for great pictures. That panic that hits people when the heavens first opens is quite a funny site to record through photographs. Californians might have a steady supply of golden and lush light, but we’ve got the rain and atmosphere!
I’ll keep on telling myself that’s how I like it.
Regular readers might recognise Neil here, he’s appeared on the blog before along with another couple which I’m very sure you’ll recognise.
Enjoy the pictures and please leave a comment at the bottom of the page!