Wedding photography from Jenna and Steven's Liverpool Hilton city wedding with the party mode set to fun! Celebrations started with a traditional wedding ceremony at the family church in South Liverpool followed by a big party in the heart of the city for 100 guests at Liverpool Hilton hotel...


The day began with all the girls getting ready at the Liverpool Hilton Hotel, Jenna wore a Mori Lee Princess Dress, which was complemented by designer Jimmy Choo wedding shoes. The ceremony took place at their local church – St. Margaret Mary’s in Liverpool before travelling in style in a white Rolls Royce to Liverpool Hilton for a wedding reception for a 100 guests.

On route to Liverpool Hilton, the fun-loving couple wanted to stop off and visit one of their favourite parts of the city – the Liverpool Pierhead and waterfront. This not only gave the couple a little alone time and a chance to reflect on their wedding ceremony but provided the opportunity to incorporate some street style photography into their wedding photographs.


Jenna and Steve held their wedding reception upstairs in The Hilton in The Grace Suite. The bar area has floor to ceiling windows that offer views over the water and the main room can accommodate up to 300 guests. The couple decorated the Grace Suit to their liking, this included draping the walls so that the whole room was white.

The wedding breakfast was full of energy with singing waiters providing surprise entertainment. An impromptu photo-shoot followed which involved taking pictures around Liverpool One with Jenna and the Bridesmaids on the city steps before Jenna presented her new husband with a surprise gift of a Rolex watch at the water fountain.

Read Jenna and Seven’s Hilton Liverpool wedding story on the blog.


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