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…
Jade and Sam wedding at The Globe, Alresford Hampshire, UK.
Fashion (bride, groom and maids): Groom – Moss Bros, Bride – grace loves lace
Flowers (bouquet, maids bouquets, table centres and any venue extras): Family
Stationery (table plan, place settings etc): None
Cake/dessert table/cupcakes (or cheese board!): Family, the Globe
Venue – exterior/interior: The Globe
Accessories (hair, shoes, jewellery): None
General Decor or anything that presents the style/theme of the day: The Globe
Guests – the favourite/significant ones: Friends and Family
First dance and speeches: No Cars Go, Groom, Fathers of Bride and Best Men
The Venue: The Globe pub to be by the lake in a special place where we had our first date.
The Beauty: Bridgette Bardot style as I love the era of the 60s
The Fashion: Grace loves lace ordered online from Australia
The Accessories : No expensive accessories
The Wedding Party: Bridesmaids wearing what they want in pastel shades, groomsman wearing grey or navy suits of their own choice.
Colour Scheme/Theme/Decor: Country, random, Asian theme
Blooms: Flowers grown by family members as our wedding gift to use.
The Ceremony: Asked guests to write/sing something about us in their readings
The Reception: Acoustic followed by swing/blues/soul. Arcade fire ‘No Cars Go’ as first dance as it reminds us of travels in Nepal.
Food, Drink & Treats: Buffett style Hog roast, relaxed no favours cheese cake all supplied by the Globe.
Advice & Special Moments: Enjoy every second of the planning as well as the day. All your loved ones in one place for you is a lovely experience. Don’t stress about silly things as they do not matter as long as you are marrying your soul mate!
Wedding in Alresford Hampshire | wedding photographer London