Wedding photography at Coventry Registry Office by MK Wedding Photography.
After a couple of months, I have returned back to the Cheylesmore Manor House, Coventry Registry Office. The place where hundreds of couple every year exchange the rings, say “I DO” and generally, starts a new chapter in their life.
29th June 2019, the warmest day of 2019 and I have an opportunity to spend the day at work. Who’s else was at work? Who had a rest day on the coast or another nice place?
Coventry Registry Office – Cheylesmore Manor House.
My local Registry Office – old, because the Manor House was built in the 13th century, beautiful, especially the Black Prince Room
where I photographed a wedding ceremony of Nicola and Shaun on last Saturday. The Black Prince Romm is the biggest room at the Registry Office and can fit up to 60 wedding guests… including photographer 🙂
As we can read on their website “The room retains a wealth of original features including a vaulted beamed ceiling with an impressive stone fireplace
” It makes the room unique and beautiful. In the past years, I was photographing weddings in many Registry Offices across West Midands, Warwickshire and some more counties. And the only one which makes WOW when you get there the first time. To be honest, this is the best Registry Office for MK Wedding Photography – one from the best wedding photographers in West Midlands
The wedding ceremony in The Black Prince Room.
After a busy morning at the bride’s hairdressing saloon where I photographed preparation for the wedding day, I have moved to the Registry Office in Coventry where most of the guests were looking for shade areas to avoid direct sun. The temperature reached 32-Celsius degrees. Too much. But what I could do.
The Bride came to the Registry Office in vintage Rolce Royce (I’ll add some photos in the future) and after a short interview was ready to enter the Black Prince Room, where everybody was seated and await the main person of the day – the bride.
Nicole, the bride looked stunning and she was ready to walk down the aisle on the time. Which is an unusual situation because brides are usually late 🙂