Carly & Emmet | Winter London Town Hall Wedding
London Town Hall weddings are always among my favourite kind of wedding to photograph and a winter town hall wedding is somehow even more special with a cosy winter atmosphere.
Carly and Emmet had a wonderful laidback day, they were married at the beautiful All Saints Church in Kingston upon Thames and then had their reception just around the corner at the Royal Borough of Kingston upon Thames Town Hall. Carly arrived at the church in a red Aston martin car driven by her dad and then later in the day arrived at the reception in a vw camper van called Mc Triggs! Arriving in style where ever she goes, should be Carly’s new nickname!
Carly looked beautiful and so stylish in her short vintage wedding dress that came from Heavenly Vintage Brides. She made her own flower bouquet after raiding Covent Garden Flower Market for tonnes of winter blooms, ferns and plenty of eucalyptus!
They had a vintage tea party for the meal, followed by brilliant speeches delivered by Emmet and Carly. There was a homemade photo-booth, with plenty of Polaroid film that their guests had fun snapping away with. The evening was truly completed by the addition of the genius Mc Triggs camper van that turned into a mobile karaoke van! That little van was rocking all evening, its truly surprising how many people you can fit in one tiny vw camper van!
Flowers (if you’re going to do your own flowers be prepared for a very early start)! – Covent Garden Flower Market
Vintage style wedding dress from – Heavenly Vintage Brides
Matilda is a Kent based Alternative London Wedding Photographer who specialises in modern, natural, creative wedding photography. Her work can be described as natural documentary style of photography, she captures the story of your day in a hands off laidback way. Wedding photography for creative laidback couples who want wedding photography that’s not “wedding photography”. Matilda is available to shoot weddings, natural family sessions, elopements, couples sessions in London, the South East and through out the UK.