A timeless & classic Cheshire Wedding with a monochrome and silver palette

Today I am delighted to share this timeless & classic Cheshire Wedding with a monochrome and silver palette.

The wedding was at the beautiful Inglewood Manor, and Kim & Neil  wanted a wedding that was hosted in a grand manor house but a house that still had a homely feel to it and perfect for an intimate occasion.

The theme was black tie and the Big Day oozed elegance.

Images were captured by Elsie Love Photography.


ElsieLove Photography is a Cheshire based photographer who covers the UK and abroad.

Her philosophy is simple. She captures your special moments in beautiful natural photos that will last a lifetime and leave a legacy behind.


I hand over to beautiful Bride Kim…


How did you meet?

“Neil and I met in Wirral rugby club, I was a barmaid and he was a rugby coach, I had been serving him his lager for about 2 years before we went on our first date!”

“Neil was not interested in getting married at all so much so that he told me this after only 3-4 weeks of dating, but I soon won him around!”

“Although he pretended he was still very much against it to throw me off the sent , so on Christmas Day morning 2014 I was completely shocked when I turned around with two glasses of bucks fizz for us and Neil was down on bended knee holding a small square box.”

“The first thing I said was if there’s earrings in there I am going to kill you but to my delight there was a beautiful diamond engagement ring.”

“It was genuinely the happiest day of my life…which of course is now shared with our wedding day.”

Tell us about your wedding planning journey?

“Our colour theme was black, white and silver as I wanted to keep the wedding very classy and simple.

I didn’t struggle at all with deciding on what colours / decorations etc and I very much enjoyed the whole wedding planning experience and didn’t find it very stressful at all.”

“I think that is very much down to having well over two years to plan, I did everything at a leisurely pace and enjoyed every minute of it.”

What was the best bit of the day?

“The best part of my day was seeing Neil’s face when I first walked into the room and Neil’s best part was seeing me as I walked in!”

What advice would you give to other couples getting married?

“My advice to people getting married would be do exactly what you both want don’t be influenced by others and enjoy all the little things in the run up to the wedding.”

“I would also say do as many DIY things as you can because it makes the day so much more personal to you and the relationship.”


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Photographer: Melissa Parsons – Elsie Love Photography

Venue:  Inglewood Manor

Dress designer: Maggie SotteroElegance in Higher Bebbington

Shoes: ASOS

Make up Artist (bridesmaids): Emma Lampkin from Emmaculate

Florist: Angela Adlard Floristry

Cake: M&S

Videographer: Neil Fitzsimmons of Authentic Wedding Films


To Contact Elsie Love Photography

Wesbite: http://elsielovephotography.com/

Email: vintage.parsons@gmail.com

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