St Georges Hall
Rachel and Marc had their ceremony at St. Georges Hall on a sunny September day in Liverpool. Rachel was walked down the aisle by her father and Rachel and Marc had their ceremony performed in front of their closest friends and family including 15 children! The VIP was Elliot, Rachel and Marc’s little boy who found the ceremony a bit overwhelming, but hey it’s an emotional day!
Rachel and Marc made sure they had plenty of confetti to hand out to guests after the ceremony so that they could be suitably pelted with dried petals by their nearest and dearest before jumping in a taxi and making their way to the wedding reception at Siren in the Baltic Quarter.
At Siren guests were greeted with champagne and afternoon tea, white table cloths, personalised chocolates and tables full of tiny succulent plants. There were some quick thank you speeches from Rachel, Marc and Rachel’s Dad before everyone tucked into their afternoon tea. With 15 little people to look after Rachel and Marc made sure that there were plenty of toys and games for the children to play with and made a designated play area for all the children to play games together including running around with animal masks on, blowing bubbles, playing hopscotch, blowing up balloons, reading books, cramming each other onto a fabric tube and whatever other games the kids made up. It was chaos and a lot of fun.
As the evening drew in we took a wander up to the top of Siren and had a few photos looking over the city and Liverpool’s iconic Anglican Cathedral. After taking in the view of the city we took the lift down stairs and grabbed a few photos in Siren’s garden before going for a little jaunt around the block and finding some of Liverpool’s awesome street art to incorporate into Rachel and Marc’s wedding photos.