The Life Science Centre at the Centre for Life in Newcastle is somewhere with a special meaning to Megan & Jimi, who visited in their early days of dating.
They chose to get married inside the planetarium, what a unique place for a wedding ceremony.
Over at the Malmaison on Newcastle Quayside, the bride and her bridesmaids, Jess & Leah were getting pampered by Maximillion Make Up & Hair who did a stunning job.
The gorgeous peony & rose bouquets were created by Vicky at Floral Quarter in Gosforth, and were so fragrant!
Megan’s dress was by Mori Lee with gorgeous lace in a champagne colour.
Jimi was nervously awaiting Megan’s arrival inside the planetarium. When guests arrived, there was a shimmering night sky on display. As Megan entered, the scene changed to the Northern Lights, which was so beautiful.
The menswear came from Moss Bros. Jimi teamed this up with a batman belt.
The couple named their tables after constellations, and each guest received a chocolate pop cake from Sticky Sponge.
The three wedding cakes were also from Sticky Sponge including a galaxy themed cake and one with hand painted floral detail.
Jimi’s Dad also created a moon booth!
After the meal, we had an opportunity to take some photographs around the science centre after hours. There was a dinosaur exhibition ‘Dinojaws’ on display which Megan & Jimi were very excited about!
We also couldn’t help ourselves in taking a few comedy photographs. There was even an optical illusion set up to take photographs of…Megan & Jimi jumped at the chance to have a fun photo!
Megan changed into her evening gown, a gorgeous floor length beaded number in such an unusual colour.
The dress came from Serenity Bridal & Beauty in Newcastle.
As it got darker we headed outside for some sparkler fun.
A big thanks goes to Victoria of Whiteleaf Photography for assisting and second shooting.
A huge congratulations to Megan & Jimi on their marriage and thanks very much for having us as your wedding photographers!
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