We are ending this week on a total high with this chic Town Hall Wedding London for our couple Kate and Will – not the Kate and Will but they were definitely royalty for the day! The Bride wore a polka-dot tea-length Zimmerman dress to show off the espadrille style shoe she had chosen. An informal and relaxed ceremony was followed by a trip in a classic big red bus to the reception venue, The River Cafe. With flowers picked from the Groom’s family garden, this wedding was so effortlessly stylish! And this was just one of their days…this afternoon we will feature part-two, which we know you’re going to love as well!
After taking a year to decide on their destination elopement, through their mutual love of travelling Brooke and Adam settled on the ever timeless Paris, the city of amour, which is quite fitting for these college sweethearts who met ten years ago. They choose the luxurious Shangri-La Hotel with its beautifully decorated rooms dripping in gold as their wedding venue, complimenting it with black flowers and small details. Both Brooke and Adam looked nothing but chic in their black-tie attire, giving all the captures by Claire Morris Photography an old Hollywood glamour feel, which is the perfect way to describe our bride and groom and their adorable Paris elopement.
A Tuscany wedding will always be a team favourite, and this beautiful affair really has captured our hearts: think intimate, elegant and ethereal, with gold, green and blush details and spectacular surroundings. This is one of those weddings where the pictures really do all the talking. Be prepared to pinch yourself.
There’s something so striped back about elopements. It really is all about the couple, the love, and what’s truly important to them.
Alicja and Chris adore London so it was there only choice when it came to the location. You can tell they have a good eye for fashion too. Alicja’s Agata Wojtkiewicz Atelier gown makes her look like a grecian goddess with its one shoulder detail, and to see her mustard yellow Manolo Blahnik’s poking under the hem is like a little ray of sunshine. Not to be outdone Groom Chris wows in a striking cobalt blue Paul Smith suit and tie by Ian Scott Kettle.
Making this intimate union even more adorable is that it all started with a proposal with a yellow De Beers diamond. All this and more was captured beautifully by Joasis Photography, so sit back relax and enjoy.