Real Weddings: Cherish the dress by Chris Hanley

After the wedding photography is becoming more and more popular, it’s another way and another excuse to wear your wedding dress after your wedding day,(like we need an excuse!) Chris Hanley the founder of ‘Cherish the dress’ thought up the idea so you could wear you dress again in beautiful surroundings but unlike photo shoots like ‘Trash the dress’ you don’t end up ruining it!!
It’s creator Chris Hanley sent me in these amazing photos which show this genre of photograph off to it’s best.

The photos are of Stephanie and Phil and were taken on 16th December at the Manchester Hilton.

Chris says about the shoot: ”An exclusive fashion shoot where you are the model and your dress is the star.
Your whole photo shoot will be a delight and you will shine wearing your beautiful dress.
With absolutely no weather worries, you will begin your creative journey sipping champagne, whilst being pampered with professional makeup and hair styling.
Your pro photo shoot takes place in the award winning contemporary interior design of the Manchester Hilton and starts with an elevator ride to the bar in the sky “Cloud 23”. Overlooking the breath taking city skyline, you will feel beautiful, sophisticated and elegant as we create masterpiece fine art pictures.
Your Cherish the Dress experience will be a memorable one giving you the opportunity to own an outstanding picture collection that will be enjoyed by you, your children and future generations of your family.”

Thanks so much to Chris for sending in these amazing photos. For more information on his wedding photography and his cherish the dress photo shoots got to:
www.chrishanleyphotography.com and www.cherishthedress.co.uk


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