Manchester Town Hall Wedding Photography | Wedding Photographers London
When you’ve see as many weddings as we have over the years you find yourself analysing what it is that makes couples work so well. We have seen both ends of the spectrum, from couples who have been together for years to couples who have tied the knot after just a few months. Some spent extended time apart in long distance relationships while others have barely spent a day apart since they met. I remember asking my dad about my grandparents when I was little, the way my granddad spent hours in the garage tinkering away only to head in and end up bickering with my nan. He told me they had always been that way, with my granddad working away from home, often for months at a time.
In many ways I never really appreciated just how much they meant to each other until my granddad passed away. Suddenly when I thought of them I didn’t think of bickering, or the time they spent apart, I thought of all of the quiet moments together. Their relationship was very different to the one I hoped to one day have, but it was perfect for them. I think that’s what we loved so much about Kelly and Matt’s wedding, from the moment we first spoke to them on Skype last year we felt like we were on the same wavelength. Their idea of a perfect relationship was amazingly similar to our own.
Suffice to say we couldn’t wait to see their day unfold and as spectacular as the Roman Lakes tea rooms looked bathed in golden hour sunlight, and as impressive the Manchester Town Hall was for the ceremony, it was the moments between Kelly and Matt that we love the most. With a connection that bordered on telepathic, the same in jokes and references popping up in each of their vows, they didn’t even need to be in the same room to see their connection. In the morning as they each watched a video the other had prepared it was clear exactly how much the day meant to them.
I should probably talk about the details of the wedding, you know the stuff, the venues, what they do for a living, the weather (we are British). But looking through this selection of images I just can’t see any reason to. This collection is all about two people who are clearly as in love as anyone could ever hope to be. I don’t think there’s anything we COULD say that would add to that.
– Chris & Verity