A local and intimate affair without all the formal traditions, for this London wedding.
We officially married in a stunning local art gallery. Under a ceiling of gold leaf, surrounded by 50 family and friends in a ceremony with personalised vows. Then we enjoyed the Champervan in the October sun before guests boarded the green double-decker bus to the cinema.
As we are great lovers of good food and wine, we wanted to dedicate a large amount of our budget to eat what we loved while being indulgent and special! The unconventional reception venue was the perfect setting.
I wanted everything to be a reflection of Tim and I, from our invitations, to place settings, to food and drink! Once we’d decided on the cinema as our reception venue we embraced it and built it into the day. With a red carpet, movie posters, an awards movie reel of our friends and family, and even our group photo in the screen room!
Everybody says it, but just make sure you do you - what you both want - even if it’s different and unconventional! We didn’t have the first dance, I did the speech, we didn’t have a typical three-course meal, and we had personal vows.
Immense flowers and frou-frou at this Orleans House Gallery wedding.
Are you with us and utterly loving this Orleans House Gallery wedding? Orleans House Gallery is a contemporary art gallery in Twickenham set in stunning gardens overlooking the River Thames. The ideal spot for Lucy and Tim.
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