Jasmine and James were an absolute delight to work with. They are very kind and generous. And they sure picked some great locations for their wedding.
The day started off at the grand (and very lush) St Pancras Renaissance Hotel. One day, I’ll save up enough money to stay there for a night. Jasmine got ready in the most gorgeous room with high ceilings, huge windows and deep red walls.
Jasmine and James are both historians so they wanted a wedding venue with lots of history. What better place then for their wedding ceremony than St Etheldreda Church – the oldest Catholic Church in England. It is nestled away from the busy streets of London and its large stained windows and ancient stone give it an enchanted atmosphere.
After the ceremony, we moved on to a more down to earth – yet still gorgeous – venue: the Peasant in Clerkenwell. With its colourful walls, quirky interior, nice light and very friendly staff, it makes for a great place for relaxed and fun wedding reception. The Flower Appreciation Society made an absolutely stunning display that had us all swooning over the gorgeous greenery.
Jasmine and James – it was an absolute pleasure to document your beautiful wedding! I wish you all the best for your future life together – I’m sure it’s going to be tremendous!
If you are getting married at the Peasant pub and are looking for a reportage wedding photographer to capture your day, get in touch. I would love to hear all about your plans.