Vintage Camp and Furnace Wedding Liverpool | Vicky and Has
What can I say about this incredible wedding? Well, I could tell you about the absolutely epic venue. Camp & Furnace is such a cool, vintage industrial setting with amazing staff who go above and beyond to make your day really special. I could describe the ridiculously cool music or the incredible food. I could wax lyrical about the outfits – but you’re going to see all of that for yourself when you scroll down. So instead, I’ll just say that Vicky and Has are two of the most fun, loved up and totally McDreamy people I have EVER MET. They found me through friends (always a good sign) and I absolutely loved photographing their Vintage Camp and Furnace Wedding in Liverpool.
Keep reading to hear from Vicky and Has in their own words.
We saw your work previously on Facebook after you photographed our best man’s friends’ wedding and we fell in love with your style. We found your details on Facebook and the rest is history!
The style of Camp & Furnace appealed to our hipster nature. It’s a great space with unique features and they were able to adapt our needs and wants. The Titanic Hotel offered a bit of luxury for the bride and her party, plus the groom’s folks.
My dress was by Leanne Alexander and my shoes were by Kurt Geiger. Has wore a suit from Moss Bros. Our wedding and engagement rings were from Le Vian. Kelly McDonald at Star Salon did my hair and my make up was by Elaine at Dolly Face Make up.
Our bouquets, buttonholes, archway and room decoration was by Rachel Navickas. We didn’t have a cake but Northern Fields catering made some awesome brownies!
Our invites, name places and seating plan display, along with our ghetto Blaster centres pieces and cassette tape cookies were all home made.
We had a late-night Cereal Bar buffet that added that little somethin’ somethin’!
Hip Hop Hooray – main band. Emily Clarke and Jordan Bracewell – acoustic set. DJ Pooky – evening DJ set
Leave plenty of time for DIY projects; it may save you money but it’ll take up loads of man-hours. Use the talents of your friends and family. This adds a more personal touch, gets everyone involved and can save a few pennies. We loved our kids (and big kids) play area with indoor bowls and caravans full of sweets and treats. 3 bars in venue (one for just cocktails) helped with keeping drinks in hands and little queing.
Jeez, where to begin?
Vix: roof top photos (a little time alone) and night-time partying with the live band (even the Nans were up dancing to Biggie)
Has: seeing my wife to be in THAT dress (swoon), Mack’s best man/worst man speech and our ‘under-rehearsed but pulled it out the bag’ first dance!
Keep scrolling to check out all of the pictures from Vicky and Has’s Vintage Camp and Furnace Wedding Liverpool. If you’re looking for a photographer for your wedding get in touch!