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Faye & Adam’s Wedding at Victoria Warehouse in Manchester
Adam and Faye’s first date didn’t get off to the smoothest of starts. She had no car at the time so they’d agreed he would pick her up from her work car park and go from there. Looking out for the black golf she nervously opened the door and got in. Then a moment of shock… She realised the driver wasn’t Adam. She’d gotten into another black golf by mistake. Luckily on her wedding day at the amazing Victoria Warehouse in Manchester, she was in the right place with the right man and the wedding day all went to plan.
Wedding at Victoria Warehouse, Manchester
Adam & Faye along with their Son Teddy wanted a really different and alternative wedding venue for their day. Manchester’s Victoria Warehouse ticked all the boxes – it’s a refurbished cotton warehouse in the heart of the city. The space provides a pretty blank canvas in which to create your perfect day, and Adam and Faye did this beautifully with the lighting and decor. The exposed walls and stone floors give the space a rustic feel, with plenty of texture and interesting backdrops. Though the venue is naturally dark I loved it. It was great to shoot in and made it really interesting to play with the light for some creative portraits.
My Highlights From Faye & Adam’s Wedding
There were so many highlights on this wedding for me other than the venue. Capturing the emotion, pride and tears of Faye’s dad when he saw his daughter for the first time was really special. It’s those intimate moments I love to capture and why I love my job so much. I felt really privileged to capture that moment between father and daughter. Adam & Faye you and your family were so welcoming and I loved how much fun everyone had on the dance floor – especially Adam – he can throw some shapes.
Faye & Adam’s Wedding Photographs at Victoria Warehouse in Manchester
Thank you both for an amazing day, I wish you a lifetime of happiness and I hope you love the images below from your wedding at Victoria Warehouse in Manchester.