Monthly Archives: October 2014
Whilst Dom took care of Ruth’s bridal prep in their London apartment, I met up with Alex and his groomsmen at the Ace Hotel in Shoreditch for the groom prep photography. After a quick visit to a music store and a taxi ride to the pub for a sneaky pint we walked to the Islington Town Hall for the ceremony. Ruth arrived beautifully dressed in traditional Indian wedding attire whilst Alex looked slick and stylish in his blue suit and tan brogues. After the ceremony the wedding party walked en masse to the Islington Metal Works in Angel, making for a few nice shots as they walked through Camden Passage. The Islington Metal Works was a great wedding venue, its many quirks making for a unique backdrop for the wedding photography. Our photography for Alex and Ruth’s wedding has also been featured on the Boho Wedding website.
Clare and Gwyn’s wedding at St Mary’s Church in Hanwell, London was a joy to shoot, featuring some splendid musical contributions topped off with the bride and groom ringing their own wedding bells. Gwyn and Clare left the church as husband and wife in a lovely red E-type jag, stopping of en-route to the reception venue for some photos in the park. The Landsmark Arts Centre in Teddington was a great space for the wedding reception and looked very classy amidst the decorations and colour schemes that Clare had meticulously planned. The bridge at Teddington lock had to be taken advantage of for a 2nd large group shot of all the guests.
Wedding photography at Church of the Sacred Heart Hove and rustic reception in Rottingdean near Brighton – Joe & Isla
We always like coming to Brighton, especially for a wedding. Isla and Joe’s wedding took place in the Church of the Sacred Heart, a lovely little church just off the Hove sea front. The church’s closeness to the sea meant we were able to get some shots of the newly weds with a lovely sea scape back drop. The reception in Rottingdean took place in a beautiful field (which neighboured Isla’s parents’ house) and was the perfect rural setting for the rustic celebration. The bucking bronco was a real hit and made for some fun photos.
It’s been a while since our last blog post but after a busy summer of wedding photography we are now getting around to sharing with you some of the beautiful weddings that we shot this year.
Our first wedding of the summer was Kerstin and Alexis’ which took place in Dunblane in Scotland. As we are London based wedding photographers, this was actually the furthest afield we had travelled for a job, but it was well worth it. The marriage took place in the beautiful Dunblane Cathedral, whilst we weren’t allowed to photograph during the proceedings we did get to enjoy the ceremony and capture the happy couple as they walked down the aisle. The reception took place at Kilbryde castle which was situated in the outskirts of Dunblane and surrounded by wonderful gardens which made for a perfect backdrop. Here’s a selection of images from the day.