I recently had one of my weddings featured on Style and The Bride
The wedding was that of Charles & Alissa, who had an oxymoronic city-London wedding, full of rustic-country charm. It was a really unique wedding for me, with them having their ceremony on the Southbank at The Deck, followed by a reception in a warehouse White Rabbit Studios. It was a new experience using a grey, angular, city landscape as the photography backdrop, after being used to looking for floral, pretty greenery to populate the majority of the images in previous weddings. The wedding suited the couple perfectly and is definitely an example of how to feel you have created your wedding yourself, to suit your own style. Even the bride’s Jenny Packman 1920’s gown stood out as being unconventional, being gold beaded instead of white.
My favourite set of shots were taken on the double decker bus that we all boarded to take us from Southbank to Shoreditch where the guests drank from ‘tinnies’ and all amused themselves singing and laughing (not noticing the London traffic or that the driver kept getting lost). I loved the informality of this, contrasting with other weddings where champagne is served on the steps of a stately home. Overall it was a wonderful wedding to capture and l admired the personality and charm that the day had.