Stephanie and Liam live and work in London and decided to head back to Worcestershire for their special day. Their wedding was an informal relaxed affair, spread over three different venues, including a church ceremony in the Georgian town of Bewdley and a drinks reception on the ‘Stourport Steamer’ sailing down the river Severn. After a short coach trip, ninety guests walked a long winding procession through Stourport town and headed to The Wharf. Built in 1771, The Wharf otherwise known as the Iron House was originally warehouse storage for the Stourport basin, one of the principal distribution centres on the Staffordshire and Worcestershire canal back in the day.
The bride and groom’s guests came from all over the UK and to say it was a lively wedding, would be an understatement. The celebrations got very loud on the boat and continued straight through to the end of the evening!
Stephanie and Liam’s wedding was a joy to photograph. Except for a few formal pics outside the church, I photographed their wedding day as the events unfolded. Thank you for being so much fun to work with and congratulations to you both.