As I arrived at this charming Manor House in Acton Trussell, Ade and his groomsmen were checking the time, ready to head over to meet the guests for the ceremony. Meanwhile, Lucy and her bridesmaids, Sophie and Rebecca were making their final preparations. Lucy’s Dad then peeped round the door for that emotional first glimpse before escorting his lovely daughter into the Colin Lewis Suite, where Ade and all the guests were eagerly awaiting their arrival. Within the surroundings of this beautiful oak beamed suite, Lucy, Ade and their guests enjoyed a lovely personal ceremony conducted by the Staffordshire Registrars. Afterwards Lucy and Ade were greeted to a guard of honour from the hockey club and lots of confetti 🙂
Over in the Acton Suite, Lucy and Ade then held a drinks reception with their guests followed by family photos Having a little time on their own, Lucy and Ade took a stroll round the stunning gardens and lakeside of The Moat House, which provided a lovely setting for their portrait shots. We also captured a few more shots inside, with the backdrop of the Wedgewood Suite and staircase.
Lucy and Ade’s wedding breakfast took on a whole ‘musicals’ theme, complete with a singing waiter, providing loads of laugher and audience participation! After the speeches Lucy and Ade had some twilight photos taken down by the canalside before returning to their guests for the evening celebrations.
Cake cutting was followed by Lucy and Ade’s first dance. The band ‘Soul Department‘ provided great music and entertainment, getting everyone on the dance floor to enjoy the rest of the evening.