- Sep 6, 2019
- 1 min read
A Liverpool Glasshouse wedding
The Isla Gladstone Conservatory has been one of my favourite venues since it reopened in 2009, and the redeveloped Stanley Park around it is truly a perfect botanical backdrop for a wedding. Liverpool is so lucky to have two stunning glasshouse wedding venues, the other being the gorgeous Palm House, in Sefton Park in the South of the city.
I was so happy to be invited to second shoot for Daniel Charles Photography at Beth and Scott's wedding. The Isla Gladstone, constructed in 1900, and built out of glass with cast and wrought iron in elegant lines, lets so much natural light flood in that it is really breathtaking. To me, as a wedding photographer who loves the light and airy, fine art style of photography, all that white and light makes me so happy! It means that I can create images that capture all those dreamy wedding vibes.
The whole day was so much fun! Everyone was just in the happiest mood all day, and even a bit of rain early on couldn't dampen it one bit. I have never seen people up and dancing their hearts out between meal courses before, but these ladies were in the party mood! And as for the couple themselves, well... just look at the way they look at each other... If you are getting married at one of Liverpool's beautiful glasshouses- the Isla Gladstone or the Palm House- and would like to find out more about my wedding photography, make my day and drop me a line on email@example.com
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