Three Venues. Two People in love. One Wedding.
If you love a unique, intimate and classy celebration, this is it.
On a cold and slightly snowy April afternoon, Amy & Andy walked down the aisle together in the UK’s oldest working cinema – The Electric. It was beautiful, it took our breath away and it was a simple and intimate ceremony with just close family and friends. A stylish drinks reception surrounded by art deco and personalised touches… and I’ll never forget just how stunning Amy looked in her Jenny Packham dress.
A short stroll with their guests took us to Hotel du Vin in the heart of Birmingham. Afternoon Tea was served in the courtyard where natural light streamed though the hotel’s glass roof. With long tables placed in a U shape, gorgeous centrepieces to complement the venue and small touches of beautiful lace textures to add to the romance of it all. Guests enjoyed the sweet sounds of the background music carefully chosen by bride and groom, while Amy & Andy took it all in, in their own time.
From Afternoon Tea we then flowed onto a wonderful evening at the Museum.
Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery was filled with soft candlelight, an exquisite cake and dessert display on a large antique gold frame and vintage items sourced from antique markets for their message table – it all felt so personal to them both. Music echoed throughout the Round Room, guests enjoyed the viewing of the Pre-Raphaelite Collection and Amy & Andy spent the evening mingling with their guests; soaking in this special day – their wedding day.
Captured by Mark Tattersall Photography