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Sefton Park Palm House Wedding Photography

Photography at the Palm House, Liverpool

I’m very pleased to share this selection of Sefton Park Palm House Wedding Photography with you!

After the sun had set on an incredible wedding day at the Palm House, Jonny played bass and sang with the band and  Katie jumped off the stage. Not your typical end to a wedding, but definitely one worth hanging around for!

I love to shoot photography at the Palm house because the light is just brilliant any time of year and whatever the weather. And to have the honour of shooting a wedding for such a lovely couple really made the day one to remember. Here’s what I saw.

wedding hairdresser
doing up the back of the dress
bride and dad hug at the bottom of the stairs
young bridesmaid crying
boquet
leaving the car
the groom and best man
bridesmaids and bride arriving at the church
wedding ceremony
kissing
tables for the weding breakfast
flowers on the table
favours
wedding dress
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speeches and toasts
the bride during te speeches
more speeches in the palm house
bride and groom
best man's speech
reaction and emotion of the speeches
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first dance
groom playing the bass guitar
wedding ring
serenade
the bride crowd surfing
crowd surfing bride

Sefton Park Palm House is located in Sefton Park, Liverpool . It’s a big old glass building built in 1896, It survived a world war 2 bomb and was eventually closed down in the eighties after becoming run down. The council, along with community groups, got it back to match fitness and it re-opened in 2001 and has become a popular tourist attraction and host to many events, parties, and weddings since then.

If you’re getting married in Liverpool and like my photography at the Palm House, please give me a call, I’d love to hear from you.

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  1. Incredible photos. I’ve done a wedding at the Isla Gladstone in Stanley Park, which was brilliant, but this glasshouse looks even better. Would love to cover a wedding there one day!

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