Nick & Taylor’s day was the most laughter filled day I had ever come across. They had (not even kidding) 200 guests at their big celebration and the most joke filled celebrant ceremony ever. They don’t take themselves too seriously as a couple at all but you can also see and feel the love they have for each other and for their daughter Summer.
Michelle & Kevin got engaged on the fourth of May. Star wars day. The very next day they had booked their ceremony and flights to Vegas for 3 weeks time. Talk about real shotgun elopement! Their wedding dinner was then In-n-Out burger which has to be my favourite wedding dinner ever if I’m honest.
Bryn & Chloe planned to get married in Florida, but decided to stick to Stamford near where they live so they could actually have family involved in the end. Chloe looked like an actual princess in her glitter eyeshadow and sparkly dress, whilst the marquee and venue very much fit their luxury garden party theme.
Emma and Pablo planned a wedding celebration in 10 weeks. They had a very intimate ceremony before heading across to the road to a pub they had rented out where Emma had illustrated her own signs to commemorate the party event, and more and more guests joined them for a good old knees up in the evening. A very chilled affair much like the couple themselves.
I was a gift to Lauren & Phoebe. Gifted by a friend of theirs. I truly think everybody should have some photographs of their big day regardless how big or small the celebration is. They got married in the Marylebone Town Hall which has beautiful stunning rooms and the veil that Phoebe wears was also her “something borrowed” from the same friend who gifted me.
Ed & Katie got married in the famous Islington Town Hall within their largest room before heading to their greenery themed reception at The Depot, one of the pubs that they had their favourite date in. Such a thoughtful place to have their reception!
I second shot Becki & Chris’s wedding, so when the main photographer was with the Bride I was documenting the Groom and his party as well as documenting the drinks reception after the ceremony. Beckie & Chris had already gotten married legally the day before so this was more of a celebration with family and friends, with a close friend actually holding their funny ceremony.
Emily & Keenan live in NYC, so got married in NYC back in May. Emily is British and Keenan is American, so this wedding dinner was their London celebration for Emily’s loved ones.
Carla and Michael got married at Tewinbury Farm Hotel within their Stable venue. The ceremony was outside and the sun decided to grace us with beautiful sunshine throughout within a week that had seen so much rain. I was bought as a gift to Carla and Michael from their second family the Wolaks, and I hope they treasure these memories forever.
Cristina & Ronal was an Italian meets Indian wedding held at the beautiful Syon House followed by the reception within the Conservatory. Cristina had beautiful henna on her hands and arms and the party was a mix of pop music and Indian music. It was a beautiful and elegant affair with amazing cultural touches.
Claire & Kevin had 2 ceremonies. The first one was the official one in Islington Town Hall. The second was then on a boat on the Thames with a Humanitarian ceremony and one of their favourite bands playing throughout. They then lead the guests to the reception venue at Temple Brewhouse.
Sam started the day with a round of golf with his groomsmen, family, and Lauren’s family. It was an early start for what would be a long day haha but when you are a professional golfer any excuse to fit a round in! We then headed to see Lauren getting ready before making our way to their church wedding. The reception was then in Shenley cricket clubs grounds where the groundsmen actually let us take photos with their tractors and wicket roller from Lords! They also admitted they have never let anyone do this before so our images are truly unique.
An October wedding with Jack & Sally themes! My favourite things!
Danielle & Reese were school friends of mine and it was an honour to document their day. One of the groomsmen lost a bet on the stag do so ended up wearing red heels (soon took them off after photos though which I consider cheating). A couple that doesn’t take things too seriously which I think you can tell from their photographs and the fun they have together.