Natalie and Sam, Italian style warehouse wedding Studio Spaces London

Natalie and Sam’s wedding at Studio Spaces in London was such a wonderful and magical occasion. They had transformed an urban warehouse into an Italian fairy tale wedding, adored with twinkly lights, rustic decor and amazing catering from the Italian Supper Club for their 250 guests! The day was filled with extra special touches from their friends and family, with Natalie’s brother conducting their ceremony and their friends who supplied the home brewed beer and made the gorgeous naked cake. The speeches were full of loving anecdotes about the couple and highlighted the close bond of their families. Wishing you all the best as Mr and Mrs!

It was also great working alongside Alex from The Bijou Bride and Rebecca Louise photography.

Maddie and Luke, Gate Street Barn Wedding

It was such a joy and privilege being part of Maddie and Luke’s wedding day, from when I first heard about the romantic proposal at Greenwich Planetarium to them exchanging vows at the Church Maddie grew up in, it really was a special day filled with so much love and laughter.

The rain did not dampen Maddie and her lovely bridesmaids excitement as they got ready. The Church ceremony was lovely to witness and Luke couldn’t hold back his tears as he saw his wife to be walk down the aisle! The reception were held at the rustic and charming Gate Street Barn in Surrey. It’s been a few years since I’ve shot there, so it was nice to come back and also to see the new touches. Once the guest arrived at the reception, the skies had cleared, the sun was out and everyone enjoyed the grounds and gorgeous details around the barn.

Thank you to Maddie and Luke’s friends and family for making me feel welcome the whole day and it was a pleasure working with Grace Pham. Wishing you all the best as Mr and Mrs!

Colourful outdoor wedding Marleybrook House

Amy and James’s wedding at Marleybrook House was a colourful feast for the eyes and showed off their creativity and fun personalities beautifully. The unique venue had a vintage fairground to entertain the guests complete with classic rides such as a Ferris wheel, swings and hammer throw!

There was a cute cottage for the bridal party to get ready and the ceremony was held outdoors in the lovely walled garden, adored with colourful flowers and ribbons. The fun continued into the evening with a memorable performance by The Showstoppers, an improv musical trio who made up a musical about the couple on the spot, the catchy songs are still in my head! It was a such a fun, warm and colourful wedding and I wish Amy and James all the best as Mr and Mrs!

Civil wedding, The Museum of the Order of St John

Chris and Chris's civil wedding in London was the perfect relaxed and fun filled day. Their ceremony was held at the Museum of the Order of St John and it was a prestige and intimate setting. It was amazing to be presence somewhere with so much history! The fun continued with guests enjoying the beautiful grounds of the museum gardens and carried on with lots of drinks, food and live music at St Barts Brewery in Smithfields. Music was provided all day by the talented cellist and guitarist Eden and Noelle and it was lovely to work along side Charlotte Hu photography.

Chris and Chris's bond is filled with love, humour and admiration for each other and it was so special to witness and be apart of.