Here is a collection of some wedding photography I have been doing over the last years. Have a look to get some inspiration for your own wedding! You will also you get a good feeling of my photography style, I am often described as a reportage wedding photographer or documentary wedding photographer. Most of the wedding have been taking place in London, but I have also done wedding photography on the English country side as well as abroad. Have a look at the beautiful winter wedding between Piero & Rita in Verona. Or check out some of my favourite vintage weddings, one of them got featured in Style me pretty earlier this year.
Sometimes happens that the priest allows you to stay at his side, giving you a privileged point of view for a very precious wedding ceremony photo. I am really happy about this photo, I have been very lucky.
Wedding ceremony moment. Wedding photographer London
It is really exciting to see one of my last weddings, a unique ceremony along the River Thames, just published on Your London wedding Magazine, Issue n.55, Sept/Oct. 2017.
The River Thames is a very original and unique idea for celebrating a wedding. This was exactly the choice of Joe and Lotte, organizing everything in nine months.
The ceremony was in Bethnal Green, London, at the Tawn Hall Hotel.
The venue was The Gun Docklands pub, an absolutely lovely, relaxed and funny place. For the tables they chose a antique mixed silverware with flowers for chic and classic centerpieces.
Vintage wedding 1920s Great Gatsby – Wedding photographer London
Vintage style weddings are very popular nowadays, and we are always looking for inspiration. This vintage style wedding has a 1920 theme, and tables are named with the most iconic people of that period: Gatsby and Daisy, from the novel “The Grat Gatsby”, Charlie Chaplin and Charles Lindbergh, the one who made the first solo nonstop flight across the Atlantic Ocean on May 20-21, 1927.
The proposal was on bride’s 40th birthday in Cornwall, and the wedding process of this particular wedding took about 6 months, although, the bride says, “not in earnest until about 3 months before. Lots of lovely wedding blogs, pinterest, and the knot magazine”, with a budget of about 15K.
The wedding took place in Stoke Newington Town Hall, for the ceremony, and at “The Roost“, a 4 floors Victorian Pub in Dalston, for the reception.
The details and decors were 1920s DIY inspired, “the tables favours like mini whiskey bottles and floral arrangements in vintage decanters tied the 1920s theme together”, sayd the Bride.
About the dress and accessories, the dress was by Vionnet (bought on On Net-a-porter.com), the shoes by Comptoir des Cotonniers, and Earrings by Alexis Bittar. About the Groom, suit and shoes by Paul Smith, and Toddler’s suit by Next.
The flowers were from Nursery Fresh, and the bouquet was tossed by the window…
From the Bride… The first thing that Paul and I decided was that we wanted to be married in London. Although neither of us grew up here, its where we have lived together for the past four years and is our favourite city.
We chose the Orangery in Holland Park for the ceremony as it is just beautiful without being fussy and we liked that it was a public place that we could visit again and again. April 6th turned out to be the sunniest day of the year so far and after the service, the weather was perfect to enjoy canapes on the lawn outside the service provided by Bovingdons caterers was warm, friendly and tasty!
With such a classic ceremony venue we wanted something a bit different for the reception, something that captured the urban side of London. The Loft Studios in Willesden was perfect and we were able to add our own touches that complemented the old brickwork, white tiles and wooden beams. We transported our guests from one venue to the other on the old routemaster buses. This celebrated the fact that the wedding was in London and fitted in to our vintage theme. The flowers to decorate the Loft were ordered online and arranged by myself, my Maid of Honour and my Aunt, who used to work in the floristry industry. We (with the help of my nan and the WI!) had collected jam jars for over a year and once decorated with lace and hessian, made excellent vases!
My husband and I both love anything vintage and this was reflected throughout. Some of our friends and family made cupcakes and these were displayed on a traditional dressing room table. This was fitting because the Lofts main purpose is a modeling studio. We hired a traditional fish and chip van for the catering (who doesn’t like fish and chips!?) and live music was provided by a friend of ours and his band, playing a range of covers from the 60s onwards.
For the favours we collected china tea cups, saucers and plates for the guests to have their after dinner drinks in and take home. We, with the help of family and friends, collected these from charity shops over the course of a year and our guests loved that they could keep these and use them over and over. We also used photos for our table plan and asked guests to stick their picture alongside their message in the guestbook.
The occasion was made even more personal by a painting on the wall of the two us by one of my husband’s work colleagues, painted in a 50s style. This was my wedding gift from him and it fit in well with the style of the reception. A big surprise we had in store for our guests was a flashmob dance halfway through the evening. My best girl friends and I studied Dance at university but seeing the boys bust a move certainly had everybody laughing!
The most important thing for us was that our wedding was a little different from the norm and reflected our own personalities. This was one of the main reasons why our guests had such a good time and the one piece of advice I would give to anybody planning a wedding is to do things the way that you want its worth a little bit of work and not giving in to the easy option! You also don’t have to spend lots of money to make the room look beautiful or to keep people fed and smiling.
This 50s Vintage style wedding in London it has been published on Style me pretty as well!