Adoring crowds cheered and a busker played this couple their favourite song as they walked through Camden Town after saying I do at their COVID secure July 2020 wedding ceremony. Everything was small, simple and meaningful, and despite only being able to say their vows in front of 30 of their closest family and friends rather than their original 350 guest list they couldn’t have wished for a better wedding day. Story + Colour captured every emotion and moment of pure joy to perfection, you can feel like love radiating from the page.
BUDGET £25 – 30K
Everything about Emma & Matt’s wedding day is super gorgeous and styled with plenty of personal touches, from Emma’s beautiful Phase Eight wedding dress to their Monopoly inspired table plan and the vodka jelly shots reception. The Old Finsbury Town Hall played host to their celebrations, such a stunning London wedding venue and after its recent renovation, it radiates glamour with its vintage decor all styled beautifully with simple greenery and foliage. The whole day looks like such a blast and all captured perfectly by Sophie Lake.
BUDGET £20 – 25K
Sam and Adam tied the knot last July in London with the beautiful bride in glasses and a stunning Rolling In Roses dress. The Old Dairy played host to their special day which they covered in the most amazing flower arrangements, a copper arch and fabulous table decor which added lots of colour to this industrial venue dressed with festoon lighting. Opting for DIY touches to make their day even more personal this couple made lots of the decor including the wooden welcome sign and the custom confetti bags. Casual and industrial was the theme for both the ceremony and the reception with a hint of The Simpsons! To continue with the fun this bride and groom also hired a mariachi band which paired with the Mexican street food truck and was all finished off with some delicious doughnuts tieing in with The Simpsons theme perfectly. This fun-filled day is captured by Chris Barber Photography.
Shortly after weddings were able to go ahead in July 2020, Kate and Pete decided they wanted to get married, so enlisted the help of photographer Miss Gen to capture their intimate London elopement. Kate showed off her pregnant bump beautifully in a high street maternity wedding dress and shoes she’d previously worn on her first date with Pete, whilst Pete opted for a classic navy suit and blue tie, and they looked soo happy as international wedding guests tuned in to the nuptials via a streamed zoom call. This is a wonderful example of love not being cancelled, and the epitome of having your day your way.
BUDGET £5 – 10K
BUDGET £25 – 30K
Carnival vibes for today’s London wedding at West Reservoir Centre, the bride and groom surprised their guests with a five-piece marching band to lead the couple and their guests from their town hall ceremony to the final celebration! 150 guests sashayed and spun their way through Clissold Park to the surprise beats of Das Brass Marching Band on one of the last sunny days in September, with the whole park joining in to create a magical experience, everyone was beaming! The bride looked amazing in a sophisticated split front gown teamed with a polka dot veil and a truly remarkable bouquet of beautiful David Austin roses. The perfect florals also dressed the venue for the evening party which was fueled by gin and laughter. Incredible, joyous and unexpected this celebration is all captured by Esme Ducker Photography.
BUDGET £20 – 25K
Happiness radiates throughout Tony and Robs vintage styled gay wedding at The Roost Dalston. The couple both live in Australia and so had to plan the majority of their day remotely, top of their list was picking a very distinctive and eclectic venue which they definitely succeeded in, creating style and colour from the props and artwork to inspire the decor perfectly. Both of their smiles are infectious and both grooms looked extremely dapper in their M.J.Bale suits. Their intention for the day was to be as informal and intimate as possible, enjoying every moment with their closest friends and family who, for some, were meeting for the first time producing a real mix of tears and laughter throughout, I’m sure you will also be smiling your way through this same-sex celebration.