I first met Imogen and Gareth nearly 2 years ago at our initial consultation. After hearing all about their Trinity Buoy Wharf wedding plans I was so excited when they booked! After a long wait, their Columbia Road Flower Market engagement session finally came around in May. The shoot made me even more excited for their big day!
An Alternative Wedding Outfit for the Bride
The 17th June started with Imogen at her parents’ house in bridal preparations with her bridesmaids. Once made-up, Imogen stepped into her absolutely stunning Charlotte Balbier separates which I loved as it’s something different to the usual “wedding dress”! She even had a sparkling change of top piece for the evening’s party – a fantastic way to change up your look for the evening party without having to buy a whole new outfit.
Classic London Wedding Transport
It’s not a London wedding without a white cab and an iconic Routemaster bus, is it?
London Wedding Venue with the Best City Views
Imogen and Gareth wed in a lovely Catholic ceremony at their local church. Afterwards, all the guests piled on to two classic Routemaster buses to take them to the reception venue: Trinity Buoy Wharf. What a fantastic venue! So unique, with its own lighthouse and the most incredible views of the city! The whole wedding had a London theme, with landmarks featuring as the centrepieces and on the table plan (beautifully illustrated by one of the bridesmaids!), as well as personalised Underground-style place names for every guest.
Couple Portraits in a Lighthouse
It is hard to pick my favourite moment of this Trinity Buoy Wharf wedding, but I really loved the couple portraits. These were particularly special as we got to use the famous lighthouse! If you’re getting married at Trinity Buoy Wharf, I would love to hear from you. Drop into my inbox and tell me all about your wedding plans!