Thornton Manor Wedding Photography – Lindsey & Ed

Thornton Manor Wedding Photography with Lindsey & Ed. We’re pretty lucky to have amazing manor houses dotted around the North West of England and the majority now host weddings that make amazing backgrounds for wedding photography. Thornton Manor wedding photography are the exact kind of photos that I would love to shoot every week, the majestic architecture, opulent interior decor, and the great-looking people who spend their special day there.

With both Lindsey & Ed getting ready at the venue, I got to spend a little time with them both as they prepared and dressed for their amazing wedding. Lindsey looked stunning in her dress from Perfect Bridal Rooms and Ed looked well suited (see what I did there) for the life of a manor house Lord with his custom-made suit from The Drop. They both shared fun and laughed with their family and friends throughout the time before their ceremony and champagne was poured and toasts were made the whole time. I had a really great time with them both!

Thornton Manor Wedding Photography

Pre-ceremony, Ed and his groomsmen greeted the wedding guests downstairs as Lindsey put the finishing touches to her outfit. The always amazing quartet String Infusion set the background atmosphere as family and friends hugged and toasted the couple before they gathered for the ceremony in the early Georgian-inspired Dining Room with its beautiful walnut paneling overlooking the lime tree avenues. Guests were soon gathered and Lindsey was walked down the aisle to meet Ed. After a wedding ceremony with much laughter and happiness, the couple completed the formal part of their day and made their way up the aisle and outside to enjoy some confetti and greet their guests.

Portraits Around The Garden Forum

history in the After the drinks reception, I joined the couple for a stroll around the amazing grounds of the manor. There is extensive history within the gardens and it would take hours for us to stroll around the entire estate so we stayed relatively close to the main house for some couple portraits. We made great use of the lovely archways, tree-lined walkways, and the main garden forum. Being October, we were treated to some golden setting sunlight which made for some really stunning portraits of the couple. Making a bit of a loop around the grounds, we arrived back at the main house where we paused for some family group photos before dinner.

Dinner In The Music Room

As you can see in the below photos, the modestly named Music Room is pretty spectacular. Adorned with spectacular wall paneling, elaborate plasterwork and period paintings by Giovanni Cipriani, it’s quite a magical location for your wedding breakfast celebrations. Lindsey & Ed were welcomed to their meal with thunderous applause before enjoying dinner, speeches and the good company of their guests.

Tuxedo Wedding Band

After dinner, I wandered around capturing the relaxed and fun-loving atmosphere before the evening began. The couple enjoyed a whole bunch of hugs and kisses, chatting and laughing with their evening guests. Lynsey & Ed soon cut their amazing wedding cake and took to the dance floor to perform their amazing first dance. They were soon joined by family and friends who spent the rest of the night laughing, dancing and having a ball.

So what a fantastic day! Huge congratulations to Lynsey & Ed, I had an amazing day with you, your family and your friends, thanks so much for having me with your as your Thornton Manor Wedding Photographer!

Lindsey & Ed’s Wedding Suppliers –

Dress – Perfect Bridal Rooms
Suits – The Drop
MUA – Sam Dally
Hair – Victoria & Louise
Florist & Decor – Qube Events & Productions
Cake – Cakes by Andrew
Strings – String Infusion
Catering – Barretts Event Caterers Ltd
Band – Tuxedo – Alive Network Entertainment Agency

About Thornton Manor

In 1888, Thornton Manor became the home of William Lever, the world’s greatest philanthropic industrialist. In the same year, Lever began construction of Port Sunlight factory and village for his workers, arguably the finest surviving example of early urban planning in the world.  Over the next 25 years, here in Thornton Hough, Lever rebuilt this magnificent historic country estate which remains virtually unchanged to this day.

Facts About Thornton Manor –

  • A beautiful Grade 2 listed Elizabethan Mansion within a large estate that contains 4 self-contained wedding venues.
  • Vast acres of gardens, woodland and countryside.
  • Luxury interior design.
  • Award-winning dining menu.
  • Licensed for civil ceremonies in multiple locations.
  • The Manor house has 3 spectacular locations for your wedding ceremony.
  • The Lakeside Marquee caters for up to 350 guests.
  • The Dell Pavillion caters for more intimate style weddings.
  • The Walled Garden Pavillion can host between 200 -2000 guests.
  • Room for 108 guests within the manor house and attached accommodations.

How can you get in touch with Thornton Manor about weddings?

Email –

Call via – 0151 353 1155

Website –

Address – Thornton Manor, Manor Rd, Thornton Hough, Cheshire, Wirral CH63 1JB.

Instagram – @onlythorntonmanor

If you enjoyed this wedding blog, I’d love to hear all about your wedding plans! Please check out my About Me page for information about who I am and why I do this with my life. Then if you like the sound of everything simply get in touch via the Contact page.

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