What Made Our Day Unique
We actually had a legal ceremony first, at 1pm with our close family, followed by and larger ceremony held by our best friend, which made it fun and personal. It was also unique in the sense that the speeches were relaxed and informal, and the food was a mixture of sharing platters and formal mains.
Trinity Buoy WharfThe gorgeous venue, Trinity Buoy Wharf, provides the ultimate views over the London skyline and is a great industrial wedding venue. The grooms chose to decorate with a fairy light backdrop and lots of greenery (including the suit!) and palm leaves scattered around. The perfect venue for a personal ceremony (or two in this couples case!) and a great space to dance the night away!
Inpiration & Styling
The vibe was very relaxed, and fun – a real celebration, surrounded by friends from the all over England, Scotland, New York, LA, Sydney, Melbourne, Singapore & Bangkok. It was a lovely balance of indoor and outdoor socialising with space for all 120-130 guests. The styling was simple – green tropical foliage throughout, with a hint of orange in our flower arrangements. Navy bridesmaids dresses, to match the navy seen in signage and stationery, which sat well against the simple architecture of the building and polished concrete floor.