Jaime and Hannah held a beautiful wedding ceremony in the rather impressive Salford Cathedral.
It was my first time in the cathedral, despite growing up in Salford, and I almost forgot where I was in Manchester until the vicar reminded me not to leave my bags at the back (“We’ve a lovely congregation here, but it is still Salford” - Father John).
The Cathedral, a Grade II listed building, was built between 1844 and 1848 in a neo-gothic architectural style, and so it showed with its huge arches and unique features.
The day itself started off rather wet, with torrential rain greeting the bride on her arrival, not that it could quash her beaming smile, mind.
The ceremony itself was a traditional Catholic ceremony, including readings from a couple of friends.
But the highlight for me at least was watching the couple’s oldest son run rings around his grandma throughout….the sight of her constantly running after him really did tickle me.
But it really was a lovely coming together of two people, and I can’t wish them a big enough congratulations.
And here for your viewing pleasure is but a small selection of my pics from the day: