The Monastery Manchester is a visually stunning wedding venue. We complemented the unique world-class architecture of the Great Nave with a styled shoot which was imposing yet impressive in equal measure. The results are breathtakingly creative, producing a complimentary gothic masterpiece with such elegant stature and grace.
The Church and Friary of St Francis at Gorton, Manchester, was designed by Edward Pugin, and is now known as The Monastery Manchester. It was deconsecrated when the Franciscans left in 1989 and derelict for many years until it was saved from ruin by local volunteers. With a focus on conservation and restoration, the building offers an instant feeling of deep peace and wonder. This is one spectacular wedding venue, come and visit our free entry Wedding Show here on Sunday 29th March 2020.
Along Came Eve offer a fresh alternative to traditional bridal shops with a thoughtfully curated selection of designers and relaxed atmosphere. They believe that your Bridal look should be an extension of your personality and making you feel like the most elevated version of you. Their selection of gowns are timelessly beautiful but unique with unusual fabrics, details and textures. Their looks are seasonless and special, just like the Brides who wear them, with the latest collections from Watters, Willowby, Rosa Clara, Enzoani, E & W Couture, Jack Sullivan and Martina Liana. Every Bride benefits from a totally private consultation with her Bride Tribe at her side and a member of their team on hand to help every step of the way.
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