Category Archives: Manchester Town Hall

Weddings at Manchester Town Hall

Wedding Photographer at Manchester Town Hall

Probably the most iconic building in the whole of Manchester, the Town Hall is a fine example of Neo-Gothic architecture – and perfect for weddings and wedding photography.
It’s location in the heart of Manchester can make parking a problem for your guests, but once inside Manchester Town Hall is fantastic.
We make good use of the sweeping staircases for your wedding photographs as well as the lovely Albert Square just outside.
If the wedding photography is important to you then Manchester Town should be right up there on your list of venues to look at.
We first photographed a wedding in the Town Hall over a decade ago and visit the venue at least twice every year, so we are very experienced at the venue and know all the little ‘nooks and crannies’ to use to achieve great wedding pictures. It is not the easiest building for wedding photographers as the ceilings are high and the grey stone walls absorb a lot of light – but get it right and the pictures can be amazing. A true fairy-tale wedding venue.
You can find out mor about weddings at Manchester Town Hall at Manchester Town Hall Weddings


or click the images below to see pictures we have taken at weddings at Manchester Town Hall.

Manchester Town Hall – Fantasy Wedding Photography

We are often asked if we ever photograph any weddings that are 'different'. The answer most certainly is YES ! Having been weddingView full post »

The Wedding of Claire and Craig at Manchester Town Hall and The Midland Hotel

Photographs taken at the wedding of Claire and Craig at Manchester Town Hall and The Midland HotelView full post »

Wedding of Yen and Christopher at Manchester Town Hall and Pearl City

Wedding photography of Yen and Christopher at Manchester Town Hall and Pearl CityView full post »

Kay and Paul Leeman – Wedding at Manchester Town Hall

Posted here are some of the page design for the digital art book of Paul and Kay Leeman who got married in central Manchester. They meetView full post »