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The Glasshouse Wedding Photographer Captures a Unique and Personalized Celebration

Annie and Michael

 

The Glass House Staining Wedding Photographer

The Glass House Staining Wedding Photographer

The Glass House Staining Wedding Photographer

Annie and Michael’s Story

Annie and Michael’s wedding was a beautiful and unique celebration of their love, and it was made even more special by the personal touches they added throughout the day. From the stunning venue, The Glass House in Staining, to the wildflowers for the bouquets provided by The Flower Farm Lancashire, every detail of their wedding was uniquely tailored to them.

As their wedding photographer, I was honoured to capture every special moment of their big day. I also shared the day with videographer, Christian Ainsley of Ainsley Films. A really great guy to work with.

I met Annie and Michael at another wedding back in 2019, their good friends Ali and Dan who married in Didsbury. It was great to see them again. Have a look at their wedding story here.

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Engagement Story

Annie and Michael got engaged on Christmas Day 2020 in a unique way. Michael created a Harry Potter treasure hunt for Annie, and the ring was in the golden snitch. It was a magical moment that they will cherish forever. Their engagement story is a testament to the creativity and thoughtfulness that they poured into their wedding day.

 

 

Wedding Details

Annie and Michael chose to have their wedding on a bank holiday, which made it easier for their guests to attend. They opted for a laid-back wedding theme and a teal color scheme, which was the only color they could both agree on. The Glass House in Staining was the perfect venue for their wedding. With all-glass windows, the venue gives the feeling of being outside while still maintaining the comfort of being indoors. The stunning views of the surrounding countryside made for a picturesque backdrop for their wedding photos.

 

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The Glass House Staining Wedding Photographer

Wedding Details

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Annie wore a dip-dye two-piece from Lucy Can’t Dance, with a long-sleeved lace top for the ceremony and a short-sleeved one for the evening. Michael wore a navy wool suit from Marc Darcy. The bridesmaids wore teal multi-way dresses, while the groomsmen wore suits from Skopes.

The wildflowers for the bouquets were provided by The Flower Farm Lancashire. Sophisticated Events Lancs provided the event décor, and the wisteria hanging from the beams was a particularly nice touch. Instead of favours, Annie and Michael had a temporary tattoo station, where guests could choose between a heart with their initials or a tattoo of their faces. They also had two giant Colin the Caterpillar cakes from M&S, which were both fun and a bargain.

For beauty, Hair Design by Jessica and Bliss Beauty Bridal provided hair and makeup services for the bride, while SJ Faces provided extra hair and makeup for the bridal party.

Andy B Events was the DJ for the wedding, it’s always great to see and work with Andy. The photobooth from Reflections Entertainment provided some memorable photo opportunities.

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The Glass House Staining Wedding Photographer

Wedding Details.

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One special touch that made the day even more special was the appearance of Annie and Michael’s frug, Eva. Eva was waiting outside straight after the ceremony to greet Mum and Dad and go for a little walk around the grounds. She also got a few treats from her minder whilst posing, okay, no matter how much I squeezed the squeaker she wouldn’t be still lol.

 

The Ceremony

The wedding ceremony was a beautiful affair. Glenn, the celebrant, made sure that it was personal and fun, which was exactly what Annie and Michael wanted. They exchanged personalized vows, which brought tears to the eyes of their guests. The ceremony was followed by a drinks reception, where guests enjoyed champagne and canapes while taking in the breathtaking views. Glenn, along with his fantastic sense of humour stayed with us until after the first dance. He was a real big help come time for group pictures too.

I’m a big advocate of hiring celebrants for your wedding, they’re amazing and far more personal than the legal words by a registrar. That’s a whole separate blog post.

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The Glass House Staining Wedding Photographer

The Reception

The wedding reception was a fun-filled affair, with delicious food, great music, and plenty of dancing. The temporary tattoo station was a huge hit with the guests, who all took home a fun memento of the day. The photobooth also provided some memorable moments, with guests donning props and striking silly poses.

 

Final Words

From the stunning venue to the bouncing music, every detail of Annie and Michael’s wedding was expertly crafted by their suppliers. Their wedding was a true collaboration between talented professionals who brought their vision to life.

As their wedding photographer, I was honoured to capture every special moment of their big day. From the emotional exchange of vows to the fun-filled reception, I was there to document every detail. My goal was to create a timeless record of their love story, one that they will cherish for years to come. Moments captured by me, Loved by you!

I hope you enjoy the video……

Paul.

 
 
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