Aintree Racecourse Wedding

The intensity over the past couple of weeks has not let up, hence the reason for the lateness of this blog. Two weeks ago we attended the wedding of Lindsey & Craig.  A couple who we met two years ago when they first started planning their wedding day.  During that time we met up with Lindsey, Craig, their daughter Lily and Craig’s 3 brothers and their partners, to do a family shoot at Stanley Park, which separates the famous Liverpool & Everton Football teams.  This was a surprise present for Craig’s Mum & Dads 25th Wedding Anniversary. We had a great day with them, so we knew we were going to have a great time on the wedding day.

Anyway, it was lovely to shoot their wedding.  A beautiful day, a stunning 800 year old church (the beautiful Sefton Parish Church) and the world-famous Aintree Race course, home of the Grand National, what more could you want, all the right ingredients for a great day. Oh and of course, a bride and groom, beautiful children and gorgeous bridesmaids.

Lily, Lucy & Geneve look lovely and were excited about the wedding but more about the party later. Lily made us all laugh, she was using her bouquet as a bat!

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Louise Lindsey’s sister & Anna, Lindsey’s friend

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The girls helping with Lindsey’s dress,  lots of “fluffing”  of the underskirts was needed. She looked stunning.

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The happy bride with her Nan Frances & Granddad Peter, who walked her down the aisle.


Graig with his brothers and Dad, all looking very handsome.


Graig had two bestmen, with Dad chatting about the “stag” party.


Mum & Graig checking the time.


Lindsey’s Mum Eve arrived with Baby Craig, a new addidtion since we last met Lindsey & Graig

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Over at Aintree Racecourse.  Our “winners” Lindsey & Craig.


One of our favourite shots of the day – the girls having fun, having taken their shoes off the ground was firm, ideal for these fillies.


The the boys had to join in,  one of threm doing the famous Franki Dittori pose.


Of course the statue of the Great Red Rum is a firm favourite, it was all we could do to stop Craig jumping on his back.


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