Ruth and Cornelius inspired by the 1950s for fun vintage wedding

Wedding: 11/08/2018

Posted by lucy | 16 October, 2018

Ruth and Cornelius married at the spectacular Mottram Parish Church in Buxton, Manchester on August 11, 2018.

The couple’s ‘50s inspired wedding began in the church because Ruth could see it from her house and had always imagined herself getting married there as a young girl.

“The venue made it that extra bit more special with its awesome stained glass windows and organ and black stone exterior,” say Earl and Rianne from Fun Couple Photography. “It was a moving ceremony, full of so much love and excited hand squeezes.”

Before the Pavillion Garden reception began, the couple headed for a private portrait session in the Rye Valleys. “The views were spectacular and it felt as though we had so much space to ourselves,” explains their photographer. “This was a great opportunity for the couple to take a breather.”

The evening ended with an awesome sparkler exit – the perfect ending to a perfect evening.

“The whole wedding was everything I love about weddings, from the romantic vows to the awesome live band. Ruth and Cornelius was our dream couple and we wish them every ounce of happiness for the future.”

Photos courtesy of Fun Couple Photography.

Ruth’s bridesmaids wore blue-and-white polka dot frocks with red petticoats.

Guests played lawn games while they waited for the couple to return.

After dessert, there were speeches followed by a German tradition: 12-month gifting ceremony for the newlyweds.

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Brides Accessories: Doris Designs, A B Davies / Brides Gown: Sister Organics / Brides Shoes: Ruby Shoo / Bridesmaids Dresses: Etsy - CandyCottonStore / Ceremony Venue: Mottram Parish Church / Entertainment: The Innovators / Photographer: Fun Couple Photography, er / Reception Venue: Pavillion Gardens

Photos courtesy of Fun Couple Photography.