Bee and Divyesh got married at Sale Town Hall in Manchester, which is the local registry office in Trafford with beautiful features particularly in their Chambers room where their ceremony was held. Their micro wedding was such a happy day not least because these guys actually managed to get hitched despite having to cancel their original date because of bloody Covid… then it was my very FIRST wedding back of the 2021 season after a long hiatus and man it felt good to be back. AND the sun shone all day long which was a total bonus!

The ceremony

The ceremony was an intimate affair with the allowed number of loved ones in the ceremony room, all Covid secure, socially distanced of course and wearing face masks! During the ceremony Bee’s son Jayden was the ring bearer and did them super proud. It was really beautiful.

Why Sale Town Hall in Manchester is a great place to get married

Sale Town Hall is perfect for intimate and urban weddings, and is one of the coolest registry offices around the Manchester area for laid back, relaxed ceremonies. It’s got that Chelsea registry office vibe about it. The venue offers super cool opportunities for photos in the ceremony room and outside the building.

After the ceremony

The couple and I headed off to a stunning little garden tucked away in Sale for their photos together. Having already had to postpone their wedding once, it was great to see these two finally get married and enjoy what the day was about with a little alone time (and me loitering in the bushes). Seriously though, how cute do they look in their photos!

Bee and Dee also chose to add on a highlights film which is a great way to capture the vibe of the day on film. I love doing these short films, their super fun to create. Come and check out what they look like here.

Their style

Bee wore a stunning 2 piece lengha which she looked incredible in! Although there was a slight mishap with a zip just as she was getting ready which meant her mum and auntie had to step in with the sewing kit! I did say that it wasn’t a wedding day without some kind of drama plus I was loving the photo op 🙂 Divyesh wore a three-piece suit and they both looked really perfect. Bee’s makeup looked stunning too. Bethany did such a great job.

The reception

Although evening receptions aren’t quite allowed just yet, these guys hired a stunning open marquee for a few hours and laid on a yummy feast of Indian vegan dishes complimented with a load of Dominos pizza their nearest and dearest – oh yesss!

“Ayesha what can I say. You were not just the wedding photographer, you were part of my special day with my family and friends. I hadn’t even met you until the day of our wedding but it was like we have been friends forever. Thank you for just being the amazing you and I really can’t wait to see the pictures” 

I adore shooting weddings for couples who get what I do and allow me to work my ninja magic! Congratulations again Bee and Divyesh, enjoy this preview!

If you’re planning a wedding at Sale Town Hall, get in touch!