Three part liverpool City Centre Wedding

Liverpool, a vibrant city and wholly steeped in history and culture, served as the beautiful backdrop for Rachel & Lewis's wedding day. We began with preparations at the Municipal Hotel, a grand Victorian-era building in the city's heart. Built in the late 19th century to support Liverpool council's growing need for administrative workers, it underwent a multi-million-pound refurbishment in 2023 and now has a second life as a luxury hotel that exudes old-world charm, its ornate façade and elegant interiors including a stunning palm court lobby (reminiscent of the Ned in London), this Hotel provides the perfect city centre setting for the wedding party's pre-ceremony preparations. The municipal Hotel in liverpool also hosts wedding ceremonies and receptions of its own. But that's a story for another day. 

After prep, Rachel and Lewis exchanged vows in a ceremony held at Liverpool Town Hall, a stunning Georgian-style building renowned for its stunning architecture. Completed in 1754, the Town Hall bears a history that nods to much of Liverpool's rich maritime heritage and the ornate décor of the ceremony room provided an elaborate backdrop to their wedding vows, surrounded by their closest family and friends. We then enjoyed reception drinks at the town hall itself, making use of their incredible balcony that overlooks Castle Street and right down to Liverpool's waterfront as well as to their next stop. Oh me Oh my. 

Following the drinks reception, the bride, groom and all their guests took a short stroll from Liverpool Town Hall, down to Oh Me Oh My, a unique venue within the iconic West Africa House overlooking the River Mersey. Initially built in the early 20th century as the headquarters of a shipping company, the building's rich history is evident in its elegant Art Deco architecture and panoramic views of Liverpool's waterfront. The reception at Oh Me Oh My offered the perfect blend of historic charm and modern touches, where light pours in from the sunset over the river where we took a short stroll along the waterfront with the backdrop of the Liver building and the bustling skate scene unfolding around us - making for some atmospheric photos as the sun disappeared. We then finally returned to Oh Me Oh My for their wedding party. 

Rachel and Lewis's wedding day was a fantastic celebration of the city where they met and got engaged 14 years apart. I feel so fortunate to have experienced this wedding and all its historic backdrops across the city of Liverpool.


Municipal Hotel Liverpool Exterior
Municipal Hotel Liverpool Bridal Prep
Municipal Hotel Liverpool Bridal Room
Gregs sausage roll at wedding
Greggs sausage Roll at wedding day
Municipal Hotel Wedding room bride getting flower girl ready
Municipal Hotel Lobby Crowd cheering bride
Bride and Bridesmaid leaving the municipal hotel lobby
Bride in liverpool getting ready to leave municipal hotel in wedding car
Liverpool Town Hall wedding first kiss with the focus on crowd clapping
Wedding ceremony wide shot of liverpool town hall wedding room as couple leave
Drinks reception at liverpool town hall
Children playing at wedding
wedding reception drinks overlooking the river mersey at liverpool town hall balcony
Liverpool town hall balcony recptions drinks girls laughing
Liverpool town hall bride and groom make their exit down the stairs
Wedding party walk through Liverpool Street to Oh Me Oh My
Wedding photo of bride and groom at OH ME OH MY overlooking the Liverbuilding
Wedding breakfast entrance at OH ME OH MY shot from the balcony
Wedding speeches in Sun at OH ME OH MY
Wedding photos along liverpool's waterfront
City wedding photo of couple walking in Liverpool
Wedding photo outside the Liver building outside Liverpool's Waterfront
Street Style Wedding Photo in Liverpool Including Skaters
Strangers Congratulating bride and groom as they walk through the city in Liverpool
Mother of the bride and groom's hat's left on the side in OHMEOHMY
Wedding Party in OH ME OH MY with bride hugging her dad