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Thornton Manor Wedding Photos | Felicity & Doug

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Thornton Manor | Felicity & Doug

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Thornton Manor | Felicity & Doug

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Thornton Manor
Wedding Photography

Thornton Manor is one of Cheshire’s premier wedding venues set on the Wirral Built in the middle of the 19th Century. 
Thornton manor is a large house with acres of land in the village of Thornton Hough, Wirral. It is a grade II listed building and was first built in the 19th century and has been altered and extended a number of times. It was occupied by Viscounts Leverhulme until the end of the 20th century and is now one of the leading wedding venues in the North west.

If you are interested in getting married here and you wanted to get in contact with the Thornton Manor wedding events team you can do so here  You can download their wedding brochure here by filling out their contact form.

Felicity & Doug’s wedding at Thornton Manor

The day started in the Gate House Cottage with Felicity and her bridesmaids. It was such a relaxed morning with everyone and it was soon time to head over to the Manor House for Felicity to get into her dress from Along Came Eve Bridal Boutique. I also briefly met up with Doug & his best man in the morning – I knew today was going to be a good day! The couple tied the knot in the Manor House with the bridesmaids walking in from inside the house and the bride walked in from the outside.

Couples portraits at Thornton Manor

No matter the weather or the time of year, this is an incredible place for wedding photos. With the beautiful Manor House and its stunning grounds as a wedding photographer you really are spoilt for choice. Even though it was incredibly windy, we headed out for ten minutes before the wedding breakfast for some couples portraits. It was good that we were able to get out and give the newly weds some time away from the guests.

Evening party at Thornton Manor

After speeches and the wedding breakfast it was time for some Scottish bagpipes – everyone loved it – apart from maybe one guest! It was soon time for cake cut and then straight into the first dance.

The bride and groom asked me to stay until 10.30pm for todays wedding and I am so glad they did – the party was awesome and everyone was having a great time. Jukebox Band were entertaining the guests and everyone had a great time. Evening parties are some of my favourite times of a wedding and today was no different. Enjoy your sneak peek and thanks for being brilliant yesterday – it was a pleasure to photograph your wedding.

Photo of Thornton Manor in the sunPhoto of the gate house at Thornton ManorPhoto of the father of the groom in his towel peeking around the cornerGroomsmen walking in the Manor Housebride looking at her dress in Thornton Manorbrides sister laughingpage boys playing with the balloons

Brides mum laughingBridesmaid pouring champagne at Thornton Manorbride and her bridesmaid laughing togetherBridesmaids laughing togetherPage boy smilingpage boy in the mirror at Thornton ManorBride looking in the mirrorBridesmaid smiling

bride hugging her dadeveryone crying during bridal prep after dad walks inBride walking down the stairs with her mumparents of the groom smilingbridesmaid walking down the aislebridesmaid hugging the groomGroomsmen spotted the bride walking inBride and her parents walking into the ceremony at Thornton Manor

Groom seeing the bride walk through the door and is smilingbride and groom saying their vowsbride and groom laughingbride and groom laughing during a readingFirst kiss at Thornton ManorConfetti time at Thornton ManorBridesmaid laughing with guestsGroom laughing with guests

male guest in sun lightdrink in sunFemale guest in a spot of light having a drinkBride and groom walking outside Thornton ManorBride and groom kissing at Thornton ManorBride and groom walking towards Thornton ManorBride and groom kissing as the wind blows the veilThe Hall at Thornton Manor - decorated by Kelly Louise Floral ArtistryTable decorations at Thornton ManorBride and groom walking into the Wedding breakfastMale guest during wedding breakfastFather of groom laughing

Female guests clappingfather and mother of the bride laughingGrooms speechGrooms speech at Thornton ManorBride smiling at the groomBridesmaids speechBridesmaids speech at Thornton ManorBride and groom toasting togetherbest man speech and groom laughingBest man speech at Thornton ManorBest man speech in Thornton Manor

Bag piperSon and dad playing the bag pipesYoung lad not enjoying the bag pipesCake cut at Thornton ManorFirst dance at Thornton ManorFirst dance at Thornton Manor shooting from the crowdCouple dancing in Thornton ManorParents dancing in Thornton ManorGuests dancing at Thornton ManorA couple dancing and woman's hair is up in the airbest man dancing with the mother of groomBoy on the floor dancing

Female guest dancingCeilidh dancingCeilidh dancing at Thornton ManorGuests dancing

Thanks to the suppliers for making the day fantastic:

Dress: Along Came Eve Bridal Boutique 

Shoes: Keds x Kate Spade

Suits: St Kilda

Hair: Zena @ Salt Hoylake

Make-up: Louise Make up Artist

Flowers: Kelly Louise Floral Artistry

Cake: Boutique Bakery 

Band: Jukebox Band

Stationery: Elite Invites

Videography: Capture my big day

Catering: Doughtery & Allen

Thornton Manor Useful Information:

What is the history of Thornton Manor?

Thornton Manor is one of Cheshire’s premier wedding venues set on the Wirral Built in the middle of the 19th Century. 
Thornton manor is a large house with acres of land in the village of Thornton Hough, Wirral. It is a grade II listed building and was first built in the 19th century and has been altered and extended a number of times. It was occupied by Viscounts Leverhulme until the end of the 20th century and is now one of the leading wedding venues in the North west.
You have a number of options to suit your wedding ideas. You are able to get married in the Manor House, the Lakeside Marquee, the Waterside Pavilion and the Walled Garden Marquee. They all offer a unique and fabulous wedding experience.

How many guests can they seat at Thornton Manor?

Thornton Manor are able to accommodate weddings up to 1000 people.

How can you get in touch with Thornton Manor?

If you wanted to get in contact with the Thornton Manor wedding events team you can do so here 

How can I view Thornton Manor’s wedding brochure?

You can download Thornton Manor’s wedding brochure here by filling out their contact form.

What Regsitry Office do we need to contact about our wedding?

When you get married at Thornton Manor you will need to get in touch with the local Registry Office. The Thornton Manor staff will be able to help.

Is the use of confetti or rose petals permitted?

Bio-degradable confetti (only!) and rose petals are permitted at Thornton Manor

How much is corkage? 

The option of open corkage is not available at Thornton Manor

Can I stay at Thornton Manor?

Yes, You can find out more information about Thornton Manor’s Accommodation List

Does Thornton Manor have a restaurant?

Utilising specialist catering companies, you can craft a luxury event at Thornton Manor. Ensure the dinner is exactly the type of meal that will delight your guests by picking the right catering supplier from an extensive list.

The intimate private dining is sure to make your event feel special. You can host your events in the room you feel that will best match the atmosphere you want to convey for your event.

You can find out more information here: Private Dining Experience

Relaxed, Natural & Unobtrusive Wedding Photography at Thornton Manor

If you’re looking for a Thornton Manor wedding photographer you’re in the right place. I have worked at this stunning venue several times and if you’re looking for a natural, relaxed & unobtrusive wedding photography then please get in touch. I really enjoy working at Thornton Manor and have also worked at all of their venues. If you would like to have a read about how I work then this is my approach.

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