St Clement Danes Church and Trinity Buoy Wharf – London
John and Charlotte had a multi venued wedding in London in late September. The day started in the fabulous Sea Containers building over looking the Thames and Blackfriars bridge. Charlotte wore a stunning elegant dress by Louise Selby, had make up done by Pamela and Andrea of Panda Make up and her bouquet was by Graeme Corbett of Bloom and Burn. The wedding took place in St Clement Danes Church on the Strand. This is the fabulous Royal Air Force official church. It is decorated in beautiful maghony with a wonderful wide aisle which created a amazing sense of perspective in each image. The Church stands in the middle of the round about, and as the traffic and buses fly round there is a wonderful sense of intimacy and peace as the couple step out as husband and wife for the first time, as handfuls of confetti drench them. Onwards to the drinks reception at Middle Temple. Just a few minutes walk from the church Middle temple is one of the four ancient Inns of Court – basically where all the barristers hang out! Champagne flowed as guests chatted in the beautiful gardens. John and Charlie had the most stunning cake decorated with Gold leaf and fresh flowers. A quick session of group photos and some portrait photos lead onto the walk from Middle temple down to Blackfriars bridge where the guest boarded a boat – a swift boat! down the Thames to Trinity Buoy Wharf where the reception was held in the only light house in London. It dates back to the 1500s called the Chain Store that sits the opposite side of the Thames to the Millennium dome. A fabulous blank open space which gives couples the joy of transforming the space as they wish. Guest were ushered briskly in for dinner while we grabbed the last of the daylight to get some great dramatic shots of John and Charlotte in the top of the light house over looking the Thames and Millennium dome. We got some wonderful, completely unique portraits. The guest were then served a delicious meal by Handmade Food and danced the night away to the tunes by Kelvin Kaliyati.