Trafford Hall Rustic Wedding Shoot
Rustic Cheshire Georgian Venue
We were blessed to work with amazing creative wedding professionals on this Trafford Hall Rustic Wedding shoot.
We just love collaborating with each other, networking and supporting each other with social media campaigns and images.
So just recently we met up at the delightful Trafford Hall , a wonderful Georgian House with on site accommodation for guests wishing to stay over.
This charming rustic venue can be decorated as you wish and enjoys delightful woodland, lawns and sunken garden areas for umpteem photo opportunities for your wedding photography. As photographers we love coming here. The staff are really welcoming too and will happily advise on plans for your day.
For this shoot the decor was supplied by Sweetpea & Ivy They love this venue and have dressed Traffordd Hall many times. Always love their rustic styling, perfect for this venue. This time they provided an outdoor ceremony area and a fabulous barrel table laden with cakes and sweets created by Bella’s Cake Pantry
The delicious cakes and cake pops were were from Sue’s water colour and silver leaf collection. Scrumptious!
Place cards and menus by Pink Sherbet Stationery perfectly matched the colour scheme on the tables set up by Sweetpea and Ivy and Wirral Table and Chair Hire The tables were adorned with evergreen leaves and candles in a long wooden container, creating a warm cosy touch. Little cut glass vases with peach roses added the touch of colour to the table. The backs of the chairs were adorned with soft pastel swags, tied in the middle with a complimentary satin ribbon. The wooden floors and giant light up LOVE letters either side of the fireplace completed the elegant rusticl ook.
Pixsmiths Creative Photograph had a great time photographing the amazing Katey Elizabeth around the venue in a gorgeous dress supplied by The Wirral Wedding House The dress is a hand finished bohemian style beaded gown from Romantica of Devon.
Suited Katey so well, she made a fabulous Boho Bride!
If Trafford Hall is the venue for your style of rustic elegant wedding the staff there would love to here from you – watch out for their open days
We love photographing weddings at Trafford Hall – we have previously shot a summer Trafford Hall Wedding and would love to be back here soon so please ask for our wedding brochure and we will get back to you soon!
Rachael and Jon Got Married! Leasowe Castle wedding Photography
Relaxed Bridal Preps
Rachael and Jon had long planned their St Nicholas Church and Leasowe Castle wedding for spring of 2017. They had booked Pixsmiths Creative Photography almost 2 years in advance and we loved following their wedding planning journey with them. We love to start bridal preps a good two hours before a ceremony,. A relaxed time of mingling with the girls as they are being pampered for the day Rachael lost an amazing 5 stone for her wedding – a real inspiration – too and looked absolutely stunning in her dress from Cherish The Bride. We did hear the story of how a smaller sized dress was obtained right at the last chance!
Personal touches in the Ceremony
The men opted to arrive at St Nicholas in Wallsey on their motorbikes so that was great fun and good for the video which we know Rachael will not regret. Always good to work with Rob Whibley from Action Wedding Videos too, we both have an unobtrusive style> Rachael and her bridesmaid arrived more traditionally in the luxury Bentley’s of Classic Bridal Cars Mark and Jane excelled at looking after the girls, always so attentive and keeping them calm, on hand with tissue/umbrellas etc as needed.The ceremony itself was a touching personal service for Rachael and Jon. ~ The Rev Jeff Staples pulled out his guitar and along with the choir gave a special rendition of Hallelujah with had our couple laughing and crying with joy. Even Rev Jeff himself wiped a tear from his eye. The rain made a short appearance towards end of ceremony – we managed to get the big group and confetti outside and then opted for a few formals inside – it can tend to be windy in this location! As they came out again we had this amazing leap from Jon – they both looked so happy and so glad we could capture this a real moment in the day.
Reception in the Turret Suite
On to Leasowe Castle – Rachael breaking with tradition (we love a bit of non-tradition!) by travelling with her dad again as the boys rode their bikes to the Castle Time for some sweet portraits – the spring flowers in the woodland garden added a lovely splash of colour. The Turret suite, a more intimate room for weddings, was bedecked with navy colours to for their colour scheme and Dvelin Designs made a fabulous job with the travel map seating plan and amusing table names appropriate to them and their upcoming amazing round the world mega honeymoon. We left them to enjoy their meal in peace and pooped back in for the speeches – always a favourite part of the day too for us. Such a hilarious moment when Rachael’s Dad pulled out his speech notes, made on Ladbrokes betting sllips with “HELP” spelt out on the back.
Speeches done and now with evening guests arriving it was time to party. Lots of fun with the chocolate fountain and Photobooth from Pixelbooth went down a treat Everyone one had a fabulous time – some memorable dances, including a special one for Rachael and her dad. It was really touching to see the closeness of families and friends. and its a cliche but a day that meant the world to Rachael and Jon Thank you for giving us the privilege of sharing your amazing day, Your joy was so evident and thank you for being so expressive. A fantastic day to start our wedding season. Have an amazing honeymoon and every happiness ahead. Love and hugs Sandy & Dave xx
Pixsmiths enjoy a great rapport with other suppliers – and here is Mark from Classic Bridal Cars providing a great shot for us!
leasowe castle wedding photography portraits
Rachael and Jon had an amazing list of local Wirral wedding suppliers – hope you don’t mind us sharing but this was Rachael’s personal thank yous to them x
Lindsey Devlin of Devlin Designs – Wow! Every single bit of stationary was incredible and I’m so made up with it all! Had so many compliments on all of it! Your a fabulous person thank you for looking after me! Mark Anson of Classic Bridal Cars – I don’t think I would of made it through the morning if it wasn’t for you and Jane keeping me calm and looking after everyone! The service you offer is incredible and the cars 😍😍 thank you for making me laugh the whole day!
Sandy Smith & Dave of Pixsmiths Creative Photography – I’m blown away already by 1 image so the excitement for the rest of them is insane! Thank you for keeping me calm, looking after me and for being amazing photographers. Everyone loved you both 😍
Rob Whibley of Pixel booths & Action Wedding Videos – The photo booth was amazing everyone loved it and the mini video clips you sent me of our day are just amazing. Very unobtrusive and your such a good laugh! Can’t wait to see my wedding video, best decision I made! #1 choice for videography!
Carole L Strother of Cherish The Bride – For my amazing dress and veil. Couldn’t of asked for someone better to help me pick my dress! So helpful and so lovely ❤ Liessa J Murtagh of The Real Alice Couture for my alterations – Felt at ease the second I walked in your door and you are one hell of a seamstress! Thank you for everything!
Sasha Hair AtFleek and Lisa Chapman – For mine and the girls hair, stayed in all day and night 😍 was so perfect!
Steph Prettyfabulous – For tan, nails and eyebrows! All of it was perfect thank you so much! Especially my nails 😍
St Nicholas church for our wedding ❤ what a church and what and vicar ❤ Every person loved the ceremony and how personal it was
Elle B make up artist – Wow, our make up was incredible I felt so good and you really worked your magic 😍
Gay Fisher of Kingfisher cakes – Blown away by my cake it was everything I wanted and more 🙊 so tasty and just perfect!
Leasowe Castle – Oh wow, my reception was incredible 😍 can’t fault you one single bit thank you so much for an amazing meal and evening! Best decision I made! Went off without a single hitch and everyone had a ball!
Sarah Bradley for my venue dressing – you did an amazing job the room looked out of this world and your such a lovely person to work with ❤thank you for putting up with me!
Sue Makin of Sue Makin flowers – Loved our gorgeous flowers 😍absolutely incredible work! And lovely ladies!
Tracy’s Tasty Treats – For our breakfast in the morning! Was so nice everyone enjoyed it all!
The Big Chocolate Fountain Company – Oh God it was good! 😍 very professional and thank you for coming so last minute! Loved it so much! Pleasure to work with. Slater’s menswear Liverpool – For the lads gorgeous suits 😍
Heather Kenwright of Petite Paws – For looking after my Lola and Daisy ❤ my pups loved you!
Hope you enjoyed the read and the pics. Leasowe Cstle is a popular Wirral wedding venue an if you are looking for a relaxed experienced Leasowe Castle Wedding photographer ..or two, e know just the people, Us! So hit our contact page and get in touch
Inglewood Manor Wedding Photographer: Childhood Sweethearts Spring Wedding
We love Inglewood Manor wedding photography!
Any time of season is beautiful here and it was such a pleasure to capture Stephanie and Ben’s day.
A gorgeous spring day was the order of the day for their wedding ceremony at St Georges URC Church, Thornton Hough and reception at Inglewood Manor
Inglewood Manor has such beautiful grounds, always a different angle for a picture or two!
All their plans come to fruition beautifully, a tiny little sewing repair was hardly a hitch to a perfect day for these childhood sweethearts.
We had previously captured Ben’s twin Mylie’s weddding so they were familiar with our style and realxed approach.
A day full of smiles and emotions, such a joy to be with these families again
Thank you to Steph and Ben for asking us to capture your day and all the staff at Inglewood for ensuring all went smoothly.
Ben and Steph may you enjoy this next chapter of your lives, wishing you much continued happiness xx
A great team of suppliers on hand too.
Stephanie literally shimmered in her gorgeous bridal gown from Cherish the Bride
MUA: Nicola Joyce
Flowers exquisite as always from Nina’s flowers
Cars: Speedwell Motors – same as for Ben’s parents and Mylie and Steve
Order of Service: Devlin Designs
Venue dressing from Sapphire Bepoke Events – the all white theme was elegance personified
Cake: Kingfisher Cake – delicious!
Favours: Keri Hadwin..and beautifully packaged by Mylie!
Candy Cart: Eva Adore
Videography from Stu Mottershead at Tape Me – pleasure to work with Stu again
Photography: Pixsmiths Creative Photography
Here a small selection of the hundreds of images we took and hope you enjoy the storries in the shots.
Full gallery with shopping cart is available.
A special moment with Dad x
Ben scrubs up well doesn’t he – looking so suave!
A lady bug came to wish Stephanie well on her way into St Georges 🙂
I love that Stephanie chose to walk down the aisle with her veil over
Emotional brother awaiting his sister;s entrance!
Look at that proud look on Dad’s face and how radiant Stephanie looks
Who doesn’t love a happy confetti shot!
Oh did I mention Micahel Buble??
Dance with Grandad, dance with Dad, then finally gets to dance with Hubby!
and then another specail dance with her brother to a song that he wrote, amazing!”
Of course some fun shots with the props too!Excellent DJ – lots of participation on the dance floor!
We love to capture those moments and details of the day its what our couples love about our style .
Interested in an Inglewood Manor Wedding Photographer or two then please get in touch we’d love to hear from you!
A spring fun filled day was the order of events at the Craxton Wood wedding of Kirsty and Kevin.
We started our day just before the ceremony at Chistchurch in Higher Bebbington
Kirsty arrived , on cue in Barrington’s wedding cars, looking amazing in her beautiful dress and hair styled by Christopher Milea, and Make up artist the lovely Cathryn Kerwin Rawlinson.
She was eager (read nerves!) to get down the altar to Kevin!
The Harpist Oona Linnet played beutifully during the service and for the signing of the register
Few formal pics at the church after – where baby James almost stole the show with the confetti shots.
Onwards to Craxton Wood for the reception – again Oona was playing and Ben Francis Magician kept the guests entertained as they mingled and had drinks prior to the wedding breakfast.
A big thanks to the wedding co-ordinators and staff at Craxton Wood for all their help and support too.
As Everton Fans the theme was blue and table names to match, – venue dressing by Sapphire Bespoke Events . Cake was was uniquey crafted and adorned with blue roses by Carla Fesrn odf Carla’s Caketoppers.
Devlin designs finger print tree was a perfect setting to showcase Kirsty and Kevin’s rings which where designed by Roger’s Jewellery
Rounding off the entertainment were Rock Revolution who played during the wedding breakfast and and in the evening party…a particular highlight was Kirsty and her bridesmaids rocking out to Long Tall Sally!
Ice-creams by Isabelle Ice’s always go down well too !
So loads of fun and so mnay great suppliers helping Kisrty and Kev have an amzing day – don’t think they stopped smiling all day!
Many congratulations kirsty and Kev and best wishes for the future love Sandy and Dave – Pixsmiths creative Photography.
here just a selecton of their many images available in their on-line gallery. Remember you can purchase prints or digital files and all purchases provide Kev and Kirsty with credit to purchase wall art or albums 🙂