On a perfect Summer day, Hannah & Alex surrounded by their friends and family said their vows and celebrated the moment when their hearts grew to encompass the merging of two cultures , families, lives, and hopes at St Benedict's Church in Warrington . That was the beginning of something new. Together.
They hosted a stunning wedding at Old Trafford Football Ground, filled with love, laughter, and happiness.
Hannah & Alex, thank you for inviting me to document your first day as wife and husband. Much Appreciation and Love… M.
I wanted to share a handful of images from their big day and tell a bit more about their special day.
In Hannah & Alex own words, here's their story,
so take a look below, and enjoy...
How did you meet?
We met in London on New Year's eve, we had a mutual friend who introduced us, we stood for about 6 hours opposite the London Eye waiting for the fireworks.
Tell me more about your engagement, when and how this happened?
We got engaged on 10th August 2016, Alex proposed at the top of the Empire State Building in New York. He knew that it's my favourite building in the world, we were on a family holiday with my parents and aunty so they were there to see him propose and take pictures.
How long did you plan your wedding?
We were planning the wedding for nearly 2 years
What made you choose your wedding venue?
We chose the wedding venue because we are both massive football fans, I'm the big united fan and Alex is Liverpool. He suggested old Trafford because he knew how special it would be for me and my family, especially as we live so far away from them.
What was your favourite part of your wedding day?
Where were two favourite parts, saying our vows in the church and then sitting down at out top table at the venue for the first time and seeing all our family and friends sitting in front of us.
What was your first dance song?
Our first dance was a song called Magnificent by a band called Hurts.
Would you like to say a special thank you to somebody who helps you make your wedding day perfect?
We want to say thank you to both our sets of parents, and the rest of our families for helping make the day possible.