The Greenwich civil wedding of Anna and James with their closest friends and family had a buzz about it that reflected their easy smiles and happiness. Anna, originally from Sweden, wore a classic cream dress and jacket with bouquet from Manchesters Flowers. James wore a cream buttonhole in his cream linen suit, also from Manchesters Flowers.

Their wedding took place at Woolwich Town Hall, the base for the registrars for the Royal Borough of Greenwich, that is Greenwich Register Office. We waited in the magnificent Victoria Hall, with its turn of the century architecture including high domed ceiling and beautiful paintwork.

Guests meet each other at the Greenwich civil wedding of Anna + James in Woolwich Town Hall, Wellington Street SE18 London Wedding guests gather in Victoria Hall in Woolwich Town Hall for the Greenwich civil wedding of Anna + James.Guests wait for the Greenwich civil wedding of Anna + James in Greenwich's Victoria Hall, Woolwich, SE18, London.

Anna carried a bouquet of white roses and greenery tied with a white ribbon and James wore a white rose buttonhole.


We did some portraits on Victoria Hall’s stunning stairs before Anna and James’ civil wedding ceremony. greenwich-civil-wedding-05

There was a lot of laughing and joking from the guests during the Greenwich civil wedding, putting Anna and James at ease. Guests laugh and joke at the start of the Greenwich civil wedding ceremony of Anna and James.


Greenwich registrars, like other London registrars, use archive-quality indelible ink in the registers. The best man keeps Anna and James’s rings safe on his own fingers. The archive quality indelible black ink waits for the bride and groom to sign the register as a record of their marriage and the best man keeps the wedding rings safe - on his own fingers.

Anna and James exchange vows with her father looking on from the front row. Anna and James say their wedding vows while Anna's father in the front row looks on. Anna and James exchange wedding rings during their Greenwich civil ceremony at Woolwich Town Hall, London Bride Anna takes the groom's ring in her hand to put on James' finger as part of their Greenwich civil wedding ceremony. A wedding ring is an unbroken circle, a symbol of never-ending love, exchanged during the civil wedding of Anna and James. Bride Anna manages to get James' wedding ring on as part of their Greenwich  civil wedding ceremony at Woolwich Town Hall. Bride Anna looks at her father after the exchange of rings during her and James' Greenwich civil wedding ceremony in London.


And finally they are announced man and wife – celebrating with a traditional kiss, to the delight of their family and friends.
The bride and groom kiss after they are pronounced man and wife during their Greenwich civil wedding ceremony in south-east London. The bride and groom sign the register after their civil wedding ceremony in the Royal Borough of Greenwich.


Anna and James’ guests throw confetti to celebrate the marriage of Anna and James. Congratulations! Guests throw confetti on a bride and groom on the steps of the Royal Borough of Greenwich Town Hall, near Love Lane, in south-east London.