About The Liverpool Wedding Blog
The Liverpool Wedding Blog is a collaboration of three Liverpool Wedding Suppliers who share a passion for weddings, brides, and helping couples to have the most amazing day of their lives. We have joined together to create a fun and informative blog to help couples navigate through the challenges of wedding planning.
Meet the professionals
Vicky King – Glamorama Make Up
Vicky has been a professional hair and makeup artist since 2003. She began Glamorama Makeup in 2011 and has glammed up many brides ever since! She has been named #1 in the Top Five MUAs in Liverpool by weddingbridalmakeup.co.uk. She regularly contirbutes to Your Cheshire and Merseyside Wedding magazine as a beauty expert. Vicky believes a bride should look and feel like the most glamorous version of herself on her big day.
Lucy Price – Lucy Hannah Photography
Lucy began as a wedding photographer in 2012. Her style is natural, relaxed, and fun! She was drawn to photography because she loves how you can capture a moment and show the emotion surrounding a memory that will last a lifetime. When she isn’t behind the camera, she enjoys sewing, baking, and eating. Lucy is passionate about photographs in print, and doesn’t believe in offering disc only packages.
We have always strived for The Liverpool Wedding Blog to be a place to showcase the wide range of suppliers and variety of weddings that take place within the Liverpool area. But, as businesses, we know that there is always more we can do within the blog and our supplier area and events to acheive a truly inclusive and diverse space.
We will continue to seek out and showcase a wide variety of suppliers in our directory and features.
We will continue to offer free directory listings and free events for suppliers so that our services are accessible.
We will continue to seek out and accept a wide range of real wedding submissions.
When we come to expand, we will look at how we can create a team that brings different view points and experiences from our own.
We will start to make more of a conscious effort to not have people similar to ourselves overrepresented at events and on our panels.
As always, we will stop working with/promoting any suppliers who hold harmful views/opinions or bad working practices.
And we will continue to educate ourselves around inclusion and diversity issues, and how we can incorporate what we learn into our platform.