Dean & Grace’s homegrown wedding

Dean & Grace, you would struggle to find more cute a couple. From the day I met them I loved the bones of these guys.

Before meeting Grace, one of Dean’s most favourite stomping grounds was Hoylake on the Wirral. Having many friends in the area and forming several bands in the area over the years he was often entertaining the locals be it on stage or at the bar! Each year, Hoylake hosts a charity event known as Life Boat Day to raise money for the RNLI.

In 2003 amongst the 20,000 odd revelers there was  girl named Grace who decided to see what all the fuss was about. That year Dean took more home than just the hangovers of previous Life Boat Days…

Having studied for a degree in graphic design, Grace has a very keen eye for making things look fantastic and had many sources of inspiration at her fingertips like rock & roll bride etc. The amount of work that went into this wedding was amazing, from handmade artificial bouquets, turning the little Irby Hall into an exquisite ballroom and not forgetting Dean’s Mum’s ‘Chuck’s’ famous feed the 5000 curry for the afternoon reception where the bubbly flowed in Chucks garden. Of course Dean played his part ensuring one of the finest bands he could book on Merseyside were in attendance for the evening and the bar was stacked to the ceiling near enough ensuring no one went dry or without music!

This was a truly homegrown, handmade wedding…

2 Responses to “Dean & Grace’s homegrown wedding”

  1. Grace says:

    What lovely things to say about us Rob, you nearly brought a tear to my eye!!
    We are so please with the photo’s Rob, we couldn’t have found a better photographer if we had tried

    • Rob says:

      Only nearly brought a tear? Il have to try harder next time! Thanks so much Grace 🙂

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