Royal Liver Building Wedding is a stunning venue right in the heart of Liverpool.
Jayne and Yossi met colliding paths on a work trip that might of not happened. But here they are a couple of years later getting married. They both live in Australia but chose the stunning location of Liverpool to share their wedding day with their friends and family.
My day started a little later than normal as Jayne asked me to start once she was ready as the couple were keen for me to stay late into the night. (You will see why later)
Time whizzed past and it was time for the ceremony. The couple had setup a ceremony that was combining a traditional English wedding with a Jewish twist and it was stunning! Yossi waited patiently for his bride to arrive and was blown away when she started to walk down the aisle with her mother. The service was one of emotion, love and laughter. They both said their vows to each other before exchanging rings to seal their marriage and concluded with a Jewish tradition with the breaking of a glass and a huge cheers from the guest in the room. Guest were invited for prosecco and canapés before starting family and group photos. I managed to steel the bride and groom away for 20 mins to have some photos around the Liver Building and its grounds.
Yossi and Jayne both work in the catering industry and love, love, love food and wine so the wedding breakfast was going to be epic! They had guests from all over the world, Australia, Singapore and even Liverpool. So it was important to put out a good spread. The food looked and tasted amazing may I add. There was nothing short of laughter, tears and emotion for all of the speeches which lead on to the evening.
Before the first dance Yossi brother had created a slideshow of amazing memories from Jayne and Yossi’s past. This led beautifully into the first dance of the newlyweds. Now its party time!
I have never seen so many people on the dance floor and to my surprise a hora broke out and the couple was lifted up onto the shoulders of everyone and paraded round. What a party!