Near Fletcher Moss park in South Manchester is an iconic hidden gem: The Didsbury Parsonage Trust. It’s a beautiful grade II listed building, also known as “The Old Parsonage”, perfect for an intimate wedding with a small number of guests.
Lucy and Edward wanted a relaxed wedding with a boho vintage touch so chose the venue for its rustic look and outdoor space. The place was beautifully decorated with flowers, bunting hand knitted by Lucy’s mother and unique stationery with a personalised logo designed by Fiona, her sister.
Lucy regularly buys vintage clothes and fell in love her dress when she tried it on for the first time at Vintage Lane Bridal boutique. The dress is an original 1960’s piece with exquisite beading detail, scalloped edge sleeves and a floaty chiffon skirt.
The bridal preparation took place in her parents’ house with her bridesmaid, sister and two nieces before heading to the venue in a VW camper van with a glass of champagne.
The drink reception took place in the award winning gardens and was the perfect opportunity for a few family photos before a quick walk to Fletcher Moss Park for a few natural Bride and Groom portrait shots.
Form start to finish, the day had a very laid back vibe which. I really enjoyed being part of of Lucy and Edward’s special day. Congratulations!
Lucy and Edward posted this great review online:
I can’t recommend Thomas enough as a photographer… from singing along to Motown classics with me when I was getting ready to being the font of all wedding knowledge (because we didn’t know what the hell we were doing!) He just fitted in and let us get on with enjoying our day while taking some beautiful photos.
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Venue: The Didsbury Parsonage
Hair and makeup : Absolutely flawless
Dress: Vintage Lane Bridal
Cake: Wonderland Cakes
VW Campervan: Vintage Weddings Cheshire
Stationary: Fiona Meakin Designs
Catering: The Travelling Gourmet