When I first met Trudi and Lee for their wedding photography consultation, it was in two parts, I met Trudi at Kilhey Court where we had a good look around the venue and chat about all the possible images we could get at such a lovly venue. A few months later I met both Lee and Truid at their home, this is when I got a chnace to meet Lee and have a chat about how he was feeling about the big day and to see if he had any questions for me. We chatted about their wedding day, and the amazing details they had planned for their wedding at Macdonald Kilhey Court in Wigan. I was immediately struck with her care and concern for others, and I knew this wedding going to be a very special.
Trudi & Lee's Wedding Photography at Macdonald Kilhey Court, Wigan
It was an absolute privilege to see how much love and happiness flowed between Trudi and Lee and also their friends and family.
A short history of Kilhey Court Kilhey Court's rich history began in Victorian times when Thomas Fairhurst built the house for his wife Elizabeth. A well-known brewer, Fairhurst set about constructing Kilhey Court in 1884 as the ultimate wedding present. A hundred years later, a house steeped in history and family tradition opened as a hotel and now bears the Macdonald stamp of luxury and style.
A Victorian-style coutnry house surrounded by 10 acres of gardens, and views of Worthington Lakes. Like the outside the interiors retain an air of historic design offset by contemporary furniture. Kilhey Court is a perfect location for your wedding it's a pretty big venue and has large gardens for photographers (even guests!) to use.
Groomsmen pose in OddBalls underwear as part of new wedding attire craze. OddBalls Apparel is an underwear company that raises awareness and money for testicular cancer and was launched in September 2014. The company gives 10% of the sale from every pair of pants to charity.