Baltic Triangle, Constellations Wedding
Lauren and Joe got married and it was so awesome. This wedding had the works, starting with a horse-drawn carriage and red London buses. The ceremony took place at St. Nicholas church in Wallasey and then everybody crossed the River Mersey to the incredible venue, Constellations. Upon arrival, the guests were greeted by a street brass band ‘Hornography’ who were incredible and got the party started nice and early. Incredible day, amazing wedding and a stunning couple, just perfect.
Bride Lauren had a brides-man as well as five bridesmaids. They all wore tones of silver and pale grey which really matched with the groomsmen’s dark suits. This palette worked really well in what is an unusual wedding venue in Liverpool.
Wedding Ceremony at St. Nicholas Church, Wallasey
We love shooting from the back of the church as well, especially if there’s a stunning stained glass window like in this photo of bride and groom at St Nicholas’s church in Wallasey.
We love capturing spontaneous moments like this during the ceremony. It’s these moments that really show your guests personalities.
Ceremony at Constellations
We love this venue for it’s rustic look and it’s modern feel. It’s situated in the ever growing Baltic Triangle right next to Camp and Furnace. It has so many quirky characteristics and is well worth a viewing. Lauren and Joe had such an incredible time here and all the guests had a ball.
A brass band play in the street outside Constellations, a quirky wedding venue in Liverpool’s Baltic Triangle.