Sarah and Tim’s wedding this summer, was a real London wedding. The bride arrived at the church in a London taxi and looked stunning in a gorgeous beaded dress by Lusan Mandongus. The ceremony was conducted at All Saints Church in Fulham (which has all of 900 years of history behind it), the church has a lovely combination of high vaulted ceilings as well as wonderful windows that just lets the light pour in. It’s always a pleasure to photograph a ceremony that feels really personal and this was definitely one of those. Afterwards, (not being put off by a short smidgin of rain) a stroll through the gardens of Fulham Palace, provided a little interval in the day. Fulham palace is one of those london locatons that would easily convince you that the city was a very long way away despite being minutes from the hustle and bustle.
Sarah and Mike’s celebrations then continued just across Putney Bridge at the London Rowing Club. Beautiful wildflowers with a casual and romantic theme brought the outside and high summer into the London Rowing Club. When guests had soaked up enough of the views of the river Thames they could enjoy musing over lots of lovely details that celebrated the couples’ shared love of travel. I just loved their quirky graphic wedding cake with it’s London landmarks as well. Once dancing was underway the bride had a little extra surprise as the groom took the mike for a serenade. Dancing and more dancing ended off a perfect day. To see more wedding images have a look here. Many thanks to Sonia Sanchez for second shooting and assisting on the day.