Last Saturday’s wedding was at the beautiful Admiral’s House in Greenwich. To see the full website please click here – Full Wedding Admiral’s House Greenwich and our favourites are here Best Admiral’s House Wedding Photographs. With a few to look at below –
These are fantastic. Best wishes, Laura
An interesting and different venue with the wedding reception at London Zoo. The service was at St Clement Danes in the Strand.
The full website of photographs taken on the day can be seen here – London Zoo Wedding Photography and our favourites here and below – Best Photographs London Zoo Wedding
These are spectacular, and thank you so much for getting them to us so quickly - that was a lovely surprise!
We also want to pass on our most heartfelt thanks to Douglas for all of his hard work before, during and after the wedding. He was a dream to work with on the big day and a number of guests commented on how friendly and personable he was when talking to them. I know my Mum also appreciated his wedding expertise (which side does the buttonhole go on / how do we put the veil on, etc). The wedding photos are fantastic, and even better than we had imagined! Thanks,
Holly & Jonathan
Syon is always an amazing location for a wedding. Last Friday was lovely and hot and sunny which added to the loations appeal. You can see all the photographs from the day here – Syon Wedding Website and our favourites here – Best Syon Wedding Photographs.
A few from the day can be seen below –
Thank you so much, we absolutely love these!!
Please could you pass on our thanks to Douglas, he was great all day, it didn’t feel like he was there most of the day which I’m sure is a compliment!! We love the photos so much, they’ve captured the day perfectly. Thanks
Below are a few of our favourite photographs taken at the engagement ceremony at the Mahalakshmi Temple, East Ham in London –
A lovely, if hot day for a wedding at Admirals House in Greenwich for Xi and Chang.
First stop was Chang’s hotel which was a short walk from the venue. I made a slight detour through the market, where I saw the heart above the entrance and a narrow busy lane (that was also in shade).
The service was conducted by the Humanist Celebrant Jill Satin, who was as entertaining as she was sensitive to those of any faith or on the day or of course none at all..
A small Chinese Tea Ceremony took place during the service and both Chang and Xi offered tea to their respective parents as a symbol of humility and gratitude for their upbringing and in turn received a red envelope and private words of luck and good fortune…from their parents.
We decided to take all the family photography under the shaded colonnade of the Painted Hall, which had only last week appeared on the TV series Poldark.
Chang changed into a stunningly intricate red dress for the wedding breakfast and the speeches were both funny and touching. The speeches revealed Xi’s great love of football so once all the formalities were completed we walked the short distance to a private room at The Trafalgar Tavern, to watch the final of the world cup.
It was a thoroughly enjoyable wedding day and was well organised with a sporting ‘twist’ at the end which everyone enjoyed. I wish Chang and Xi every success and happiness for the future.
You can see all the photographs taken here – Full Website Admirals House Wedding, and a few of our favourites below –
Dear Sam and Douglas,
Thanks very much for your work and sharing the pictures!
We have just quickly gone through them, these are exactly what we need! Also very much appreciated for Douglas being there on the day, our day could have gone south without him!
A beautiful sunny day for this recent wedding at Coates in Gloucestershire. After the church service the reception was back at the farm house in Hankerton. The marquee was fascinating as it was circular with the dance floor in the centre. To see more of the day please visit – Full Wedding Gloucestershire Photographs or Favourite Gloucestershire Wedding Photographs.