Fearn & Natasha
30 James Street Wedding Photographer
"One of the most iconic Liverpool hotels and home of the Titanic. Situated in the heart of the city centre opposite the famous Albert Dock and Three Graces, 30 James Street is a cut above the rest. Offering luxury accommodation within a stunning and historic building, you will be transported back in time as you immerse yourself in the opulence of our country’s most glamorous era, enjoying surroundings that impressively recreate the experience of first-class passengers aboard the world’s premier cruise line. 30 James Street, formerly known as Albion House, was designed by Richard Norman Shaw and J. Francis Doyle. The iconic building was constructed between 1896 to 1898, and is located on the corner of James Street and The Strand, opposite the famous Pier Head. 30 James Street is one of the most exquisite Liverpool hotels to host magnificent fairy tale weddings. Our White Star Grand Hall is the perfect place to host your big day. This breath taking period feature hall will ensure all of your wedding day dreams come true, our dedicated and experienced wedding planners are on hand every step of the way to ensure your big day is one you’ll never forget. With sky-high ceilings, large windows and original features throughout, there are no other Liverpool hotels to compete with 30 James Street ‘s elegant wedding venue."
I really do enjoy photographing weddings in city centres, it always gives me the opportunity to capture something very different to what you'd find at a a country wedding and I always have to try and think a little more creatively (out of the box) and make sure I look for different opportunities to get that great photograph and all of those WOW shots that you will want to go in your wedding album or up on your wall and although I may be a little bit biased, I do have to say that Liverpool is right up there as one of the best cities there is, there is just so much history in the city, dating all the way back to the Georgian times, over 300 years ago and that is clearly reflected in the city's beautiful architecture. Sitting alongside the Victorian docks and the ornate buildings such the Three Graces (to name just a few), you'll find new and more modern looking buildings appearing these days like the sleek looking, black mirrored Mann Island building and the Museum of Liverpool that now compliment the existing historic buildings perfectly, all over looking the River Mersey.
The world famous Liverpool skyline will certainly provide you with a wonderful backdrop for your wedding day.