Kelly and Paul’s London Garden Wedding took place on a beautiful sunny day in May. The couple decided to keep their special day an intimate affair with only 50 guests, tying the knot at St. Luke’s Church in Earls Court before walking down the road to begin celebrations in a private garden near Paul’s mum’s home.
Their day was gorgeous, filled with personal details which reflected Kelly and Paul as a couple and some of the most sexy bridesmaids dresses I’ve ever seen – as well as loads of love and laughter. All attended by 50 of their closest friends and family. And the most amazing part? The bride pulled this whole day together in only 3 weeks!
Kelly and Paul decided to start things off after the ceremony in a private garden with a picnic style celebration. It came complete with tug-of-war group photos and shots instead of champagne for early toasting.
Their evening reception took place are Mare Moto on New Kings Road. It’s a great venue for small to medium sized weddings and celebrations. Mare Moto’s upstairs accommodation with it’s quirky décor and central location was also the perfect location for Kelly and her bridesmaids to get dressed in the morning.
The couple used the upstairs area for their welcome drinks and dinner. They then ventured downstairs to dance the night away in style.
These are some of my favourite images from their special day.
The suppliers who brought Kelly & Paul’s day together are:
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Bride & Bridesmaid Dress: Designed by Catwalk Collection
Bridesmaids Hair & Make-up: Aenea in Clapham Common
Bride’s Hair & Make-up: Charlie Peters from Real Hair
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Venue: Mare Moto
Flowers: Flower Girl in Streatham
If you’re considering having your own wedding in London, I would be delighted to be considered as your wedding photographer. And why not make the most of the build up to your wedding by doing an engagement shoot? It’s the perfect way to document this special time in your life before you say ‘I do’. Get in touch if you would like to know more.