Latest Wedding Photography from My Beautiful Bride
Hannah and Dan wanted the capital city to be a big part of their Springtime London Wedding. Events took place across three venues and all modes of transport were utilised by Hannah and Dan over their wedding day.
Hannah and Brad's Springtime vintage inspired wedding.
Offering a sense of Hollywood’s ‘The Great Gatsby’, Rebecca and Adam were every match for Mia Farrow and Robert Redford. Set against the unique Art Deco and Medieval backdrop of Eltham Palace the perfect day of style, romance and fantastic dancing.
Gemma has always had an interest in all things 30's and 40's so naturally her wedding had a vintage feel. The barn at Wicks Farm near to Bath had a very cosy feel in November, as it was decorated using wicker hearts, candles and home made favours.
Kerry and Stephen were married on the 21st December. Just 4 days before Christmas,the lavishly decorated Edwardian Chiswick Town Hall with wood panelling, richly coloured embossed tiles, stained glass and a magnificent marble main staircase was the perfect festive venue.
A Calypso bar, Ibiza Lounge, Photo booth, Games area and Fireworks ensured a fantastic reception following a ceremony at a Folly surrounded by a corn field.
Jess and Alex are both musicians. Throughout the day the sound of Gospel and Soul echoed around the fantastic colourful urban venue of Trinity Buoy Wharf in London's Docklands.
Mel and Craig's recent wedding was a visual feast of colour and funky retro styling, with a fantastic party atmosphere.
The Stylish attention to detail for this wedding came as no surprise as Laura works in fashion and Steve is an architect.
Tasha and Niall got married on a beautiful Summer day at Stoke Newington Town Hall.
A beautiful setting for an April wedding, The Georgian "Bingham Hotel" backs onto the River Thames at Richmond.
Pie and mash, home-made desserts and my mums VW camper van. When I first met Becca and Jamie this is how they described their plans for their wedding. Well of course I was immediately hooked.
St. Ermins Hotel is a haven of calm in central London. A minutes walk from St.James Park, a stones throw from The Houses of Parliament and within sight of the Famous rotating "Scotland Yard" sign.
After such wet weather this summer, at last a weekend of fantastic sunshine.
Chanelle owns and runs the fantastic vintage shop in Balham, "Annie in the Attic", so you would expect nothing less than her wedding to be beautifully styled with a 60's retro theme.
Loretta and Rob spent 18 months planning their wedding and with 250 guests, there was much work to do. However Loretta is super organised and everything fell neatly into place.