Anastasia and Sebastian got married in an intimate ceremony at Chelsea Old Town Hall, having only closest family with them. Anastasia is originally from Russia and Sebastian is from Chile. They met in France, travelled and lived in South America for a few years before moving to London for studying and work. They loved the city and decided to get married here. I loved capturing their intimate wedding and photographing them in Holland Park and in the cute streets of Kensington where they headed for dinner to celebrate :)
Gillian and Bryan got married in an intimate ceremony at Chelsea Register Office, which was witnessed by two lovely pensioners. Both from Scotland, they chose to exchange their vows in London where they currently live. Gillian and Bryan got ready together at The Arch hotel. Gillian was wearing a stunning floaty gown by Lisa Redman, complimented by a pretty bouquet containing thistles, and Bryan looked dapper in the traditional kilt. Rain stopped and the sun came out just before the ceremony, which was short and sweet, with a few happy tears. Afterwards we hopped into a cab and went around London taking a few photos in several locations including the Natural History Museum, old cobbled mews, Hyde Park and Westminster. Congratulations to my wonderful couple! x
Weddings rarely get more London than this! Amanda and Tyler came all the way from Florida to get married in London, and they couldn't have chosen a better day for their intimate wedding. Spring was in the air, the city was in bloom, and the glorious sunshine just topped things off. They exchanged personal vows in the exquisite St.Ermin's Hotel in Westminster and then we hopped into a black cab to whizz around London and take photos at different locations.
Earlier this year I went back to the beautiful city of Bath to photograph an intimate wedding of T & D. It was supposed to be a relaxed picnic in the couple's favourite park for closest family and friends, but weather had other plans, and the party was moved to a beautiful Georgian town house. Guests gathered in a cosy sitting room and enjoyed a good catch-up over delicious organic food and drinks. T & D wanted their day to be as informal as possible, and it's exactly what they achieved.
I first met Anna and Evgeny about a year ago when they started planning their wedding. It hasn't been a particularly smooth ride for them, and eventually they decided against a big celebration and opted for a small intimate ceremony in London's Old Marylebone Town Hall instead. It was almost an elopement as Anna and Evgeny only shared the day with two of their best friends. There is just something special about intimate weddings, almost cosy))
It was really lovely to be a part of Natalia and Jonathan's small London wedding a couple of weeks ago. It was just the two of them and their parents, and it was a privilege to capture so many special moments that day. Natalia and Jonathan have their big wedding in the USA next year, but they've been living in London for the last few years, so they decided to get married in a small ceremony in a city that they got to love))