Tower Bridge London Wedding {Catherine & Michael)

Catherine and Michael decided they wanted to elope in London.  They dreamed of a small, destination wedding, and they wanted to get married in a fantastic location with loads of character and architecture.  They found that Tower Bridge was the perfect London location for a small destination wedding.  You can get married in one of the towers and even go up to very top, over looking London, for photos.

On top of their wedding ceremony, we decided to do a longer couples photo shoot around several iconic London Landmarks to make the best use of their London Destination Wedding.   It was so much fun to show them my favourite places in London and I really appreciate the amount of effort they put into making their photos memorable.

 


“Thank you so, so much for the beautiful photographs. They are quite literally everything I dreamed of and more… I wanted “big” (read: iconic) photos but a small ceremony… Your gallery immediately stood out to me. I loved all of the colour, the artistry, and the occasional goofy pictures thrown in. When I emailed you to communicate my interest and told you that I wanted pictures in front of all of the landmarks that scream London (did I mention I have an obsession with London? haha), you replied with a similarly themed shoot you had done. And that sealed the decision for me! Your photo galleries have the perfect mix of serious, playful, artistic, and elegance.

I knew going into our photoshoot that we would have great pictures based on your previous work, but what I did not know or fully appreciate was the work and dedication you put into getting the photos! Sometimes the more interesting photograph is what’s happening on the other side of the people or scene being captured, and a perfect example of that is my mental image of you laying stomach down in a mix of rain, dirt, and likely other worse things, to get the perfect shot of us in front of Big Ben. So, thank you, too, for your commitment to getting the best angle!…
With much admiration and gratitude,
Catherine and Michael”
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