A gorgeous little wedding to share with you this late Wednesday afternoon. This couple actually won a competition on Love My Dress® to win a full wedding photography package with PNM Weddings, so I’m extra pleased to be able to share this wedding with you today. Shell, a Doctor and Pete, a Design Engineer, married on 24th May this year at Trafford Hall in Chester. This was a day full to bursting with a rainbow array of colour!
“We chose Trafford Hall because we wanted a relaxed, outdoor oriented wedding. We were keen to have a ceremony outside (although it did have an indoor option as a fall back) with a carnival feel about it. We also very much wanted all our guests to be able to stay as they were coming from all over the country and Trafford Hall boasts a large number of reasonably priced rooms, all situated in beautiful gardens. Also, we feel that this venue was very reasonably priced and in this respect an excellent find.
The cherry on the cake for this venue was that it is a charitable organisation funded partly by weddings. They were tremendously helpful both on the day and in the run-up, and were just all round excellent.”
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“We were friends and housemates for four years at university before finally getting together and we were together five years before getting engaged – and engaged for two before getting married! We really wanted the wedding to have a woodland, carnival feel with lots of music.”
“Our florist was Acacia Floral Design. We wanted bright colours. Flowers for the tables were bought from a supermarket on the day before. It worked out much cheaper and they looked great!”
“To help us create lots of colour, and create a carnival atmoshphere, we used coloured lanterns hanging from the ceiling of the marquee, coloured ribbons on the backs of the chairs and central piece of coloured origami paper cranes dangling from a wooden ring.”pnm
“Our photographers were PNM Weddings - they were really lovely and great to have around/hang out with and amazing photo’s too!”