Spring has been described as nature’s way of saying, ‘Let’s Party!’. Filled with blossom, blue skies and warmer temperatures. A spring wedding is a beautiful way to celebrate the beginning of your life as Mr and Mrs.

The theme for this shoot is ‘minimalist lux’. With an aim to create a modern, bold and playful aesthetic. Because hanging installations have become more popular recently, we added a touch of spring with floral and foliage clouds.

Our dramatic floral and fabric installation was the centrepiece of the shoot. Modern and structural ‘clouds’ of lush blooms with a length of custom-dyed saffron styling silk woven throughout.

Focusing on flowers alone, rather than foliage for dramatic effect. Then we included elements of texture by mixing in dried flowers for a more structural look.

Minimalist Lux Styling

We also incorporated modern styling into the wedding stationery. Using a minimalist text and design in tones of pink and grey.

The same feel was continued in our choice of wedding gown. Halfpenny London provided us with a sleek and flowing gown. It could be worn alone, then coupled with a cape for an alternative, ethereal look.

Because love is always worth celebrating. This colourful editorial is perfect for the playful bride who wants to really ‘wow’ her guests.

London Wedding Photography

Wedding and elopement photography is the art of observation. Capturing the emotions you cannot put into words. Documenting the moments that you never want to lose. It’s pressing the pause button on a single second so that it can be replayed over and over…

My wedding photography packages are the perfect partnership of documentary-style photography and elegant portraiture. I aim to create a true reflection of your love for one another through my images.

To book your own London wedding photography package, contact me.

Photography by Maxeen Kim Photography | Planning & Styling by Margot Watt from Petite Pearl Events | Floristry by Anna Fern Weddings | Bridal fashion from Halfpenny London | Hair and Make-up by Camilla J Collins | Cakes by Avant Garde Cake Studio | Styling Fabrics and Ribbons from Cfleursdesign |Accessories from Tilly Thomas Lux| Stationery by Nat’s Paper Studio | Model was Amanda Blake| Shoot assistant was Holly Knott |Venue was Lucerne Studio


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