PHOTOGRAPHY: Sophie lake
MOTEL studio's exposed brick walls and high ceilings created a flawless backdrop for Fiona and Nick's unforgettable day. Guests moved freely through the arches into the dining room, they were greeted by an abundance of blooms and plants lining the length of both tables. A delicious banquet by Pasta e Basta worthy of it's own celebration. Think Antipasti, 3 types of pasta and Amaretto Tiramisu. Drool.
Photography: Photographer Paul
A two day affair commencing with Ghanaian traditional wedding at the Hotel Hilton Canary Wharf, followed by 'The Big Day' at St Bride's Church and relaxed reception at Harrild & Sons. Our gorgeous couple Vanessa and Philipp were based in Germany and invited all their guests to experience London and it’s surrounds. We relish in the opportunity to step up and provide extra support, allowing them to relax and enjoy the process.
PHOTOGRAPHY: MARTA ILARDO PHOTOGRAPHY
This cool couple lived in Germany but knew they wanted to celebrate with their family and friends in Hoxton. Ellie and Ollie's relaxed ceremony took place in Museum of The Home's Pavilion, a room full of light with the perfect view of the museum's gardens. After ceremony and drinks we escorted guys over to Hoxton Arches for a three-course Italian dinner and lots of dancing.
Photography: Rich Howman
The fun Natasha and Johnny came to me shortly after setting the date and it was very evident this couple were very much in love and wanted to throw an incredible party to celebrate this. As Natasha and Johnny were hosting their wedding at a private home they wanted help working out logistics, as they planned to host 2 ceremonies (Jewish and Chinese Tea Ceremony), dinner for 90 and a party all in one space.
Photography: Virginia Photography
I love a Hackney wedding, and Leona and Jack picked 2 perfect venues for their summer wedding. The ceremony was in Hackney Town Hall's North Atria. The breathtaking florals on plinths made for the perfect statement backdrop for the ceremony, I love the natural light in this space. After post ceremony drinks, the couple and their guests hopped on the bus for a short journey to The Hackney. Think cool coffee shop full of foliage and plants.
PHOTOGRAPHY: MARTA ILARDO PHOTOGRAPHY
Bride Linzi and Groom Loki were as disappointed as any other COVID couple when they decided to postpone their wedding. When it finally felt safe to say “I Do” in front of friends and family, no detail was left overlooked! The ceremony took place at Lambeth Town Hall and dinner and dancing at the industrial space of 100 Barrington. Teenage sweethearts, together over a decade, finally tying the knot. It was the perfect day for the perfect people.
Photography: ARJ Photography
Opal and Jordy celebrated with their nearest and dearest- all 260 of them at the stunning Brook Farm, Cuffley. Brook Farm offers picturesque surroundings and prides itself on providing a tranquil and romantic setting for weddings. The beautiful weather in May was perfect for this outdoor wedding. It allowed for a ceremony under the trees, drinks on the island, and dinner and dance inside the marquee.
Photography: AMI ROBERTSON
Katherine and Pratik dreamt up the ultimate celebration of love and life. There was an incredible buzz in the air all day and night. This bold, vibrant and playful wedding took place at Hackney Venue's newest space The Glass House. In Japan folding 1000 paper cranes grants a couple a long and happy life. To celebrate their wedding Katherine and Pratik folded 1000 colourful cranes and they were hung from the venue's ceiling.
PHOTOGRAPHY: EMMA KENNY PHOTOGRAPHY
Alex and Michael always knew that the focus of their big day was their families. A ceremony at Islington Town Hall and a relaxed reception at the Depot N7, a great industrial wedding venue in North London. Lookout for an abundance of foliage and white florals. The super cute book themed tables and homemade napkins and table runners, added a personal touch to the tables.