Many a couple have opted for intimate city weddings through both choice and necessity this last year. But what we've found is that every Marylebone wedding is a stunner. The architecture around the area makes for some beautiful shots and even the fashion choices of couples who opt for this setting have been beautiful. This styled shoot is no exception. 

Marylebone wedding inspired by the architecture of the area.

The inspiration for this shoot was the sleek cream brick of the buildings in Marylebone, combined with the beautiful doorways and tiles, giving each doorway their own individual style.

Emily Robinson - Photographer

Bridal Outfit

Lauren wanted to show her personality with a bold lip whilst keeping the rest of her makeup natural. Adding leopard print shoes, a polka dot veil, and a fedora hat (both from Recommended supplier Rebecca Anne Designs) were ways to add fun to her incredibly chich Next bridal suit. 

Grooms Look

Tom apparently always dresses in head to toe from The Kooples, so his entire Groom's outfit was sourced there. We're loving how smart Tom looks whilst also injecting his own unique style into the look.

Keeping attire, comfy but stylish and warm enough for a winter wedding in London ready for a restaurant and cocktails, just the two of them.

Emily Robinson - Photographer

The beautifully warm and wild bouquet was expertly created by Velvet Broon Flowers. The flawless hair and makeup for the shoot were created by Abi Taylor Bride. A couple of stylish models and a handful of talented suppliers and you've got yourself a personalised yet chic Marylebone wedding. 

Naomi Liddell

Written by Naomi Liddell

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Photographer: Emily Robinson Photography | Hair & Make Up Artist: Abi Taylor Bride | Accessories: Rebecca Anne Designs | Flowers: Velvet Broon Flowers | Bride's Suit: Next | Groom's Attire: The Kooples
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