This is the story of Brooke and Kieran, two fun-loving internationals living in London who tied the knot one grey March morning in Westminster.
Supported by her bridesmaids and ebullient man of honour, RJ, Brooke left the Andaz hotel in a classic London taxi (albeit a white one specially booked for the occasion!) for the ceremony at Old Marylebone Town Hall, which was full of tears of sniffles, mainly from Brooke who was adamant they were the result of a cold!
Running short on time before the reception thanks to a transport malfunction, we rushed off to Leadenhall Market, which proved to be a great backdrop for some cool shots with the wedding party, and then back to the Andaz where we took some more in an awesome old Masonic Temple discovered during renovation work at the hotel. (See the photos for some of the amazing architecture!) The venue’s huge spiral staircase also turned out to be a fun location for some shots of the newly weds.
After dinner and the speeches, which were entertainingly MC-d by one of the groomsmen, the long-awaited party finally began, with the guests making the most of the crazy Polaroid photo booth that Brooke and Kieran had planned to capture the evening. Although of course, in best style, my vintage 1960s Polaroid struggled to a brave end three-quarters of the way through the evening, meaning an unplanned return to the digital medium, but not before we had captured some cool action shots of friends and family enjoying the party!
The evening had some great, unexpected editions too in the form of hundreds of macaroons, all in crazy flavours, and an amazing wedding cake made of cheese – a first for me!
Anyway, enough from the photographer! Here are the photos and as always let me know what you think in the comments section!
Suit: Hugo Boss Dress: Vera Wang Shoes: Jimmy Choo Flowers: Marianne at Sweet Pea Floral Designs Wedding Cake: Leadenhall Market Macaroons: Ladurée Ceremony Venue: Old Marylebone Town Hall Reception Venue: 1901 Restaurant and Wine Bar at the Andaz Hotel
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