Friday, January 29, 2010 | London wedding, Wedding, Westminster Register Office
Marsha and Anton married today in what has been a whirlwind week with Anton also accepting a job in Moscow and their son, Leo starting to walk. I first met Marsha about a year ago when she had a maternity session, then we photographed Leo when he was about a week old, along with his parents and baby things. Their ceremony was at Westminster Register Office, followed by lunch at Orrery in Marylebone High Street. Here’s a single from their wedding … and it was so very difficult to choose just one.
Tuesday, December 22, 2009 | London wedding, Wedding, Westminster Register Office
I quite often photograph London midweek Westminster Register Office weddings with the couple and a few guests, loving the innate intimacy. It also means that we can do some portraits – especially if the couple is about to move to Canada and wants to capture the London-ness of their ceremony, with black cabs, red post boxes and double-decker buses … and did I mention rain and umbrellas? Here are some photographs from Sheri and Dan’s day.
| Islington Town Hall, Register Office, Wedding
Annapriya and Innes’ Islington Register Office wedding combined elements of their Scottish and Indian family backgrounds, before taking on a distinctly London flavour at East End pub The Royal Oak, in Columbia Road, known for its Sunday flower market and colourful independent shops.
A Scottish piper played for the guests as they waited outside Islington Town Hall on Upper Street.Â
Innes, his best man Johnny and groomsmen were waiting inside the town hall’s council chamber for the ceremony.
Annapriya and Innes exchange floral garlands as part of their wedding ceremony.
Then it was off to Columbia Road’s Royal Oak pub for some East End hospitality.
Annapriya had a host of Â girlfriends vying to catch her bouquet.
Annapriya, Innes and I took a few wedding portraits around Columbia Road and its colourful, independent shops such as Rob Ryan’s Ryantown and this wedding themed window display.
Just look at that late afternoon sunshine.
Best man Johnny entertained guests throughout the day with his anecdotes – mostly adult only ones!
The wedding breakfast was upstairs in the Royal Oak’s dining room, decorated with 60 yards of Scottish tartan bunting made by Innes’ mother.