City centre weddings are always fun, especially for a wedding photographer. There is always an element of unknown, not being able to park, are you in the right place? But thankfully everything went smoothly for Emma & Will, starting with the wedding ceremony at Manchester Town Hall and then onto Stock Restaurant, which was a welcome but hidden away gem right in the city centre…

 

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I’m not going to mention the fact I set myself alight at this wedding on a ill place tea light, and the fact I had to go staple up the back of my shirt to hide the burn hole. That would be unprofessional 🙂

 

Weddings are great, you never know what is going to happen, and Emma & Will’s wedding was no exception. For me at least.