Manchester registry office wedding inspiration coming at you. After several changes to their plans, Imogen & Dave paired back the guestlist for the second time. Threw on their finest outfits, and got wed in a teeny tiny ceremony at the Town Hall. Followed by rainy portraits around the City center.
This Manchester registry office wedding was small, intimate, and all about love.
COVID-19 changed our initial plans for a summer marquee wedding in 2020. We postponed to 2021 but our ceremony venue couldn’t accommodate our new date, so we made the decision to get married in October and have the wedding celebration the following year. We had a tiny, simple ceremony with just our immediate family, which was very special. We’re glad we went for it as it has taken the pressure off planning a big wedding during a pandemic, and we still have a wedding party to look forward to in September 2021 (fingers crossed)
As it was a tiny ‘make-shift’ day, which we didn’t even know would be able to go ahead until the week of the wedding, because of all the restrictions, we didn’t really have a plan. I made some dried flower buttonholes and a small bouquet a couple of days before, Dave’s mum bought us a personalised Mr & Mrs Moxon umbrella because it was forecast to rain all week, and we booked in at a local restaurant where we had to sit on separate tables because of restrictions. It was perfect chaos.
There is something romantic and special about this Manchester Registry Office Wedding. We love how Imogen and Dave describe their big day as perfect chaos. And despite their big day being worlds apart from what they had planned it was meanigful to them, the photographs speak for themselves.