Tom and Eve had a fun and relaxed pub wedding after their town hall ceremony in Stoke Newington. I love bride Eve’s slightly 60s style with her dashing groom and pretty maid all perfectly paired. They added some lovely fun touches such as pom poms, balloons and lights to the pub to ‘prettify’ their pub ‘knees up’.
Posts Tagged: Joanna Brown
Katie and Russell chose riverside warehouse Trinity Buoy Wharf for their venue with it’s maginficent backdrop of the O2 for their celebrations in September last year. With a stunning Suzanne Neville dress and a simple colour palette with fresh florals by Violets & Velvet this is one stylish London wedding.
An LA bride, a London rooftop, mariachi music, a groom in pink and a theatric ceremony. David and Saskia certainly put the playful and party into their day.
This was a hard wedding to write a title for. Perhaps I best not try to describe it, but let’s just say there’s a rooftop, a ton of paper flowers, faux cherry blossom trees, an actual heart shaped cake(as in from the body), mariachi music, a seriously dapper groom in powder pink and a bride in an old faithful dress.
The couple Saskia (from LA) and David added some serious tongue in cheek to their London wedding, with a playful take turning it into a super cool party.Click to see more!
Well well well, it’s the big V day today! I trust the romantics amongst you are doing something like taking the day off work, cooking up a lazy but delicious indulgent brunch followed by a romantic stroll in a park all wrapped up warm and perhaps an evening of dinner and something bubbly. The rest of us? Well, we’ll be working as normal, rushing to the supermarket, grabbing whatever is left on the shelf to cook quickly before slumping on the sofa and possibly falling asleep. Ha, gold star for guessing which one I am…
However, as it’s a day about feeling the lurve, a slightly personal post today [eek]. You see, despite being engaged for a year and a half [and still no date set] me and Mr M celebrated 10 years together at the end of last year and around this time we were also were lucky enough to be photographed by the fabulous, warm and talented Joanna Brown for one of her mentoring sessions.
I’ve long been a fan of Joanna’s work and was also lucky enough to work with her on Katie and Brett’s wedding, and I can hand on heart say it’s a testament to her talent that I’m even posting this. I’m no fan of the camera, and neither is he, I’ll admit we were both awkward and nervous. We collectively have a list of insecurities as long as all our limbs joined together, and team that with the fact we’re not great at showing public affection…well, I thought it would be nigh on impossible to have a half decent photo of the two of us.
Well, to my amazement Joanna got it. She captured US.
And one definitely for the family album. What the….!?!
If you feel the need, you can see more of our faces and read about the mentoring session on Joanna’s blog here. I hope that helps prove to any self-concious couple that a good photographer can make you feel at ease, and if you let them, they’ll see the real you too…
And… big thanks to Joanna Brown. You’re a bit good.
Well this is a rather ‘spesh engagement shoot. One, because the delciousness that is Joanna Brown was the photographer but two, I co-ordinated this gorgeous pair’s Islington wedding about a month ago. It’s so adorable to see Katie and Brett all loved up here pre-wedding and then to have seen them beaming on their big day too. Lucky me! They met Joanna in Clerkenwell and went for a little wonder together, oh how snuggly in their duffle coats are they..
Big congratulations to the lovely Katie and Brett and high fives to Joanna for letting me share this adorable shoot. Maybe just maybe, we might see their wedding on these pages soon…
Photography / Joanna Brown Photography