If the idea of industrial styling has you thinking of something a little harsh, think again: this wedding is prettiness personified. String lights soften the exposed brick walls, and foliage, pampas grass and ferns combine with burgundy and blush flowers to bring a sense of the outside in. Bride Jo is a beauty in Lenora by Wtoo Watters, and looks every inch a goddess as she floats down the foliage-lined, candle-lit aisle. Captured gorgeously by one of RMW’s handpicked suppliers, Frankee Victoria Photography, this truly is a selection of shots to savour. Do not miss the sunset!
We’ve featured many a gorgeous wedding at dry hire wedding venue Trinity Buoy Wharf in London, you only have to search our archives to see all the fabulous ways our couples have decorated it.
Kiera and Adam used the whole venue, having their civil ceremony in The Electricians Shed and their reception at The Chainstore. They filled both spaces with an abundance of fairy lights, floral garlands, and fabulous decor with everything planned to perfection by Utterly Wow.
Giving us all the feels with her captures is the lovely Claudia Rose Photography, who Kiera & Adam found on an RMW feature. Plus you’ll never guess where Kiera got her stunning bridal gown from…
There are weddings and then there are WEDDINGS and this massive party at Trinity Buoy Wharf definitely falls into the second category. From start to finish it’s clear that everyone is having a ball, Kerri’s smile doesn’t leave her face for the whole day! Exactly as it should be.
With a large number of guests and lots of logistics involved, including boat travel, a fabulous wedding coordinator was needed – Always Andri was the perfect woman for the job. The day ran without a hitch and looked utterly beautiful too. Let’s get started shall we? There’s lots to enjoy…
Trinity Buoy Wharf weddings really are the best. It’s such an incredible blank canvas, with every wedding we feature from there so different. Plus it’s right on the Thames with beautiful views of the city and enough exposed brick and quirky details to keep every industrial loving bride truly happy. Paula and Geoff almost didn’t get married here, as you’ll read in the wedding report, but we’re glad they did, and I think they are too!
They enlisted the help of one of our all time favourite wedding planners, Liz Linkleter to help them and the results of their ideas with Liz’s vision and organisational skills are just gorgeous. The natural, relaxed images come from My Beautiful Bride and just capture every last detail and emotion to perfection. Enjoy this one my loves, it’s not only a feast for the eyes, but Paula and Geoff’s obvious love for one another just warms the soul too.
I love featuring weddings from Trinity Buoy Wharf, but this one is extra gorgeous – the foliage and plant installations, along with the festoon lights and wooden furniture, make it truly spectacular. As well as being the most amazing blank canvas, the views from there are insane. It’s like having the whole of London at your feet…
The dreamy images come from Frances Sales, whose golden hour portrait shots of Eleanor and Raphael are absolutely stunning. Enjoy this wedding lovely ones!
Roshan & Lisa travelled over from Sri Lanka & held their wedding at the fabulous Trinity Buoy Wharf in London. If you’re not familiar with the venue, it’s a stunning dry hire warehouse with a pretty wooden ceiling that you can fill to your hearts desire with decor and details to suit your theme, it’s right next to the river Thames too with absolutely stunning views of London, making the perfect spot for couples portraits, as you’ll see captured beautifully by Matt Penberthy.
In this case the theme was fabulously fun & tropical, with tons of fairy lights and a giant disco ball hanging from the rafters. The centrepieces consisted of botanical leaves, pineapples and gorgeous wedding stationery made by a friend, and have undoubtably put a huge smile on our faces (you know how we feel about pineapples).
Bride Lisa looks stunning in separates from Ted Baker, with her Irregular Choice shoes adding the perfect finishing touch to her sweet outfit, not forgetting her delicious colour popping peony bouquet of course.
“Adrian and I wanted a relaxed wedding, we didn’t want too many formalities but more of a party!” And with a venue like Trinity Buoy Wharf in London, Pizzas from Baz and Fed, and a music set from DJ Luck & MC Neat you can just imagine what a unfussy and fun party it was too.
Bride Claudia wore the most beautiful Nuria gown from Luella’s Bridal Boutique with beaded cap sleeves, I can just picture how fabulously the embellishment shimmied whilst she dance the night away, and under a ceiling full of festoon lights too. Just magical.
You have to check out the adorable bride & groom sweetheart table too laden with beautiful blooms, a crown and marquee LOVE lights. What an intimate spot to sit with your new partner. All of this and more has been captured by Story and Colour. Enjoy.
I love seeing weddings from Trinity Buoy Wharf because the blank canvas events space is always transformed SO differently by each and every couple. Holly and Steve have added a vibrant palette of bold colours, balloons, a giant disco ball and some quirky vintage details as a nod to their 50s inspired theme. It looks fabulous – fun, fresh and definitely somewhere you’d want to party the night away.
Images come from the lovely Frances Sales, who always captures both the details and the emotions to perfection. Oh and look out for Holly’s swoonworthy Louboutins – a short dress is always a great excuse to invest in a pair of killer heels…