Chelsea Wedding Photographer and then off to Hampshire!
As a Chelsea Wedding Photographer you can always expect the unexpected. One minute you’re in Chelsea. The next you’re in the beautiful Buckinghamshire countryside! How did that happen?
It all began when I met the Bride and Groom in Notting Hill. I could tell immediately that this was a couple who knew what they wanted. It was going to be a fun wedding day. It was going to be stylish. But most of all it was going to be the most memorable weekend of their lives! A two day wedding celebration to mark their love for each other. Day one, an intimate and stylish wedding in Chelsea. Day two with a couple of hundred guests dancing under a huge marquee set within magnificent gardens in Buckinghamshire.
As a Chelsea Wedding Photographer I’ve worked at Chelsea Register Office several times. It’s got to be the No.1 place to get married in London. Fortunately the bride was getting ready a short distance away just of Sloane Square. This meant I could get to Chelsea Register Office in good time to be with the Groom and Best man. Both looking sharp in their Kilts. When the bride arrived she looked absolutely stunning in an elegant Temperley Wedding dress and Diane von Furstenberg shoes. As always the Chelsea Registrars conducted a ceremony in style and with a sense of humour. Punctuated with a couple of friends readings and sealed with a tender kiss at the end. Confetti showered on the steps as the Kings Road shoppers looked on. Then time to board a traditional London Double Decker. A quick stop at the Albert Embankment for group photo’s and a couples walk up to Lambeth Bridge. Then back on onboard and on to Mosimann’s restaurant in Chelsea. The restaurant created by Michelin chef Anton Mosimann OBE. There the wedding party enjoyed Vintage Champagne and wines, spectacular canapés and an amazing Wedding Breakfast upstairs in the Parmigiani Fleurier room.
On day two Chelsea Wedding Photographer became Buckinghamshire Wedding Photographer! The setting couldn’t have been better. A beautiful English country home surrounded by forest, stables and exquisitely maintained gardens. The weather was perfect and the guests made it even more awesome! Everyone was there to enjoy themselves. You could feel the warmth and love for the newly wed couple. Once again the Bride looked out of this world in a fabulous Marchesa dress. The Groom looked rather fine too in his Kilt, as did most of the male wedding party! The day was incredible fun. Balloon modelling created lots of laughs. As did the Father of the Brides speech with his AV presentation and the Best man with his playful anecdotes. Musical entertainment from The Three Busketeers, then reels into the wee hours to the Frank Reid Scottish and Ceilidh Dance Band. Of course the day wouldn’t be complete if it wasn’t for the sumptuous catering and attention to detail from the wonderful team at Passion For Food.
A fantastic weekend and a fantastic couple!