2017 • The year that was

Best of 2017 wedding photography

A few of my favourite wedding photos from this year

I can’t believe another year has almost gone and it’s nearly 2018, so here’s a small snippet of some of my favourite wedding photos from 2017.

And so it begins

My first wedding started all the way back in February at the Novotel Manchester West, I then travelled here, there and everywhere in the North West and funnily enough it ended in November, with my last wedding of the year just around the corner at the Marriott Worsley Park. From hotels, to museums, quirky to traditional, it has been a real year to remember.

What makes it special?

Well that’s easy, it’s not the amazing settings, fantastic buildings and landscapes, it’s quite simply YOU. The best part of this job is meeting so many wonderful people. A huge thank you to all the couples who took me along for the ride this year, from all the weddings shown below to the couples who were a little shy and didn’t want their wedding photos published online. Here’s to 2018, see you all soon.

Sit back, relax and enjoy the show

Well enough of the waffle and time for the photos, here’s what happened….

If you want to see some more of my best wedding moments, take a look at my blog where you’ll catch everything that happened in 2017 and before.
Here’s a few thank yous to everyone who made it all possible, starting with all the fantastic venues out there, Eclectic HotelsHargate HallPeoples History Museum, Novotel Manchester West, The Plough Inn, Adlington Hall, The Deanwater Hotel, Whitley Hall Hotel, The Castlefield Rooms, The Bowden RoomsNunsmere Hall, The Village Hotel, Worsley Park Hotel, The Old Grammar School ,Wincham Hall and finally Manchester Town Hall (now out of action until 2024)
There are dozens of suppliers I have worked alongside but I never seem to have the time to get their details, so I will include just a handful.
Hair and MUA’s; Sarah Morten
Flowers; The Flower Emporium of Heaton Moor, Stockport
Videographers; Ian Newton, Forever Film

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