wedding_blog_004wedding_blog_002Before you all get too excited, its not us getting married but Dave’s cousin Jenny. Last weekend we were lucky enough to celebrate the coming together of Jenny & Dan and whiteness there marriage. The nuptials took place in Islington Town Hall, which is a beaut of a building! After the last bit of confetti had been thrown we all piled onto the vintage red buses, with a can of Pimm’s in hand (making the journey even more fun!). We headed off across London to Mayfair. The reception was held at the Savile Club, which is one hell of a swanky place! The Bride and Groom looked amazing (look at that vintage inspired dress!!), the food was amazing, the speeches were moving and the entire day to evening was a blast!! These are just some of the pictures Dave took, he’s so talented at capturing the magic moments, these are just a handful and the rest are even more beautiful. He truly captured the romance of the day!wedding_blog_005wedding_blog_016wedding_blog_018wedding_blog_003Love how Dave framed the confetti shot, it was such fun pelting them with dried and beautifully smelling petals. They went every where! 🙂 Also below is a picture of me and Dave’s mother Karen, she had the most beautiful coloured dress on, a lovely lime shade that sadly is a colour I can never wear…. She also had a dash of hot pink with a cute straw hat, that matched her floral shoes and handbag (even sadder we didn’t get a picture of them) but trust me they were delightfully cute!wedding_blog_008amy_blog_wedding1wedding_blog_014wedding_blog_001Photos –   Shooting Dave
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  1. June 2, 2014 / 6:38 pm

    Looks like it was a really special day – congrats to them! And extra congrats to her for picking such a divine dress *applauds*

  2. June 2, 2014 / 9:06 pm

    the wedding sounds absolutely lovely and the photos are beautiful! xx

  3. June 10, 2014 / 9:40 am

    Canned Pimm’s? )))) The world gone mad!)) PS Like your post , as I used to live in England and I miss it….

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