Here are a few of my favourite moments from Ali and Steve’s very simple, yet very charming Mary Ward House wedding.
Ali and Steve wanted a relaxed wedding day without too much tradition or grandeur. There were no bridesmaids, the bride was there to greet the guests rather than making a grand entrance and the guests enjoyed a causal buffet instead of a sit down meal.
Ali and Steve chose the historic Mary Ward House for their wedding ceremony where they tied the knot in front of close friends and family. This was followed by a drinks reception, a bit of mingling with the guests, and a couple of short (and very funny) speeches. The party then continued to The Vestry in Farringdon, where more guests joined the couple for food, fun, and dancing.
Mary Ward House made the perfect backdrop to the day – a Grade I listed building, just down the road from Kings Cross. The gorgeous green tones and dark wood panels of the Dickens Library set off Ali’s gold dress beautifully. And the pretty courtyard gave an air of calm – you totally forget that you are in the heart of busy London.
Congratulations to Ali and Steve – wishing you love, laughter and many happy years together!
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