What a remarkable weekend!! Two of the most iconic venues in the UK were host to Bhakti & Harshal’s wedding celebrations. Their Indian marriage ceremony took place at the prestigious Kew Gardens, within the glorious Nash Conservatory. Afterwards the drinks reception was held in the Princess of Wales Conservatory and the evening reception within the Orangery. Even on a cold Winter’s day, Kew Gardens never fails to impress and looked spectacular as ever. The following day, after getting ready at The Landmark Hotel, the married couple, their friends and family celebrated the evening at the iconic Natural History Museum, London. Hintze Hall, with it’s magnificent architecture and unique collections became the perfect backdrop to celebrate the marriage of Bhakti & Harshal Dave. Working alongside the talented Mark Bothwell Photography, we were treated to a visual feast of traditions and performances that were an absolute pleasure to capture.
Alice & Raju’s wedding celebrations took place at the prestigious One Marylebone, one of the leading unique venues in London. The Indian marriage ceremony was a spectacle to behold within the grandeur of One Marylebone. The Sangeet party was held a couple of days prior at Bury Court Barn, Surrey.
Shirley & Chris’ Civil Ceremony took place at “The Real Downton Abbey’, Highclere Castle, an exquisite country house set in a 5,000 acre estate within the glorious Hampshire countryside. It’s always a great pleasure filming at this amazing setting and Shirley and Chris’ wedding did not fail to add the glamour that the venue deserves. After their Civil Ceremony at Highclere Castle, the wedding party and guests made their way to The Vineyard to celebrate their wedding reception.
During the hotest day of the year, Claire & Daniel were married at the world-renowned Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew. Set within 300 acres of beautiful gardens, the World Heritage site provided a stunning backdrop to Claire & Daniel’s Jewish wedding. The Ketubah, a Jewish marriage contract, was signed amongst close family and friends in the Sir Joseph Banks Building. The Jewish wedding ceremony then proceeded to the Nash Conservatory, finishing off with the huge reception party in the Orangery.
Amy & Richard’s wedding took place in one of London’s most iconic buildings, the prestigious St Pancras Renaissance Hotel. The marriage ceremony was officiated by Harriet O’Brien, a humanist wedding celebrant, who co-wrote the wedding ceremony with the bride and groom. As a result, the ceremony played out as Amy & Richard’s personal story which was enjoyed by all their friends and family. With a mix of Jewish & Irish traditions the wedding reception was a huge extravaganza showcased by one of the UK’s best party band, Sensation Band. Mark Bothwell was the official photographer who as always captured the day with such ease and expertise that the day was all about the bride and groom having an exceptional time, which they sure did!
We are really proud to say that the majority of our work comes from families who we have previously worked for and it’s always great revisiting and seeing past clients with their extended families. This wedding was no exception and it was so good being welcomed back to the Lefroy family home for another family event. Clemmie & Freddie were married at St Mary’s Church and the wedding reception took place at the family home in Barnes, London.
What an entrance!! Andreas & Eleni’s grand entrance into the beautifully staged Imperial Suite at The National Conference Centre was a pleasure to film! They were welcomed by all their guests with rapturous applause as they danced their way into the room. The room looked exquisite and was decorated by the award winning team at The Wedding Lounge. For their First Dance the bride and groom had a piece of music written specifically for them called ‘Only You’. The song was composed by Simon Pollitt and written and also performed on the day by the talented Marc Armstrong.
Suzanne & Hakan’s Turkish Wedding began with a stylish Civil Ceremony in the Danziger Suite at The May Fair, London. Styled by the talented team at Good Luck Venue the black and white theme carried on into The Crystal Suite where the Turkish Wedding Reception took place. Working alongside Kerim of Dreem Studios allowed us to capture some stunning shots whilst the bride and groom were photographed with the bridal party amongst the streets of Mayfair.
Imran & Natalie were married at the prestigious Millennium Hotel London Mayfair. Their Civil Ceremony took place within the hotel and their evening reception was elegantly staged in the Ballroom by Anna of One & Only Events. After their marriage ceremony the wedding photographs were taken within the picturesque Grosvenor Square Gardens. Evagoras of Evagoras Mandrides Photography captured the whole day with his effortless professionalism.
Somaya & Fahri were married with a fusion of Turkish and Moroccan festivities in the splendid setting of St Michael’s Manor, St Albans, Hertfordshire. The day was staged and co-ordinated by the talented team that is White Avenue Weddings. Flowers were supplied by Funky Flowers. Cake supplied by The Abigail Bloom Cake Company. Music was performed by Aviva Ensemble and Urban Blue. Photography was captured by the talented Mark Bothwell Photography.
Testimonial from the bride;
Your work was fantastic. We were both really happy with it. Thank you for being so good to work with and for working so hard on the day. You were a complete treasure and star.
With all best wishes