Posts Tagged: Urban Wedding

Cosy Seasonal Brixton East Warehouse Wedding

WEDDINGS, Informal, Urban

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I’m sure you’ll be struck immediately by the warm, cosy and low-lit images from Laura at Babb Photo for this lovely November wedding. Colette and Ray’s wedding looks so inviting, from the London Townhouse ceremony location in Peckham to the urban London warehouse, Brixton East brimming with twinkling fairy lights, shimmering candles and a scattering of olive leaf branches.

A fabulous idea to serve up pizza from a wood-fire oven for their guests. I mean who wouldn’t want to dig into that and a glass of red wine? Dessert was suitably decadent with a tower of doughnuts and a rainbow of flavoured meringues that the guests were able to help themselves to along with some mulled wine.

They began the day with a simple and intimate ceremony at Southwark Registry office in Peckham with just their close friends and family joining them. They then headed to the former furniture warehouse, Brixton East where they had an informal party with good wine, good food in beautiful cosy surroundings.

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Photographer: Babb Photo / Ceremony Venue: Southwark Registry Office, Peckham / Reception Venue: Brixton East / Bride’s Dress: Minna Bridal / Bride’s Shoes: Rachel Simpson / Groom’s Suit: Ben Sherman / Bride’s Make-Up: Make-Up by Katy / Bride’s Hair: Cassandra Rizzuto / Florist: A Vintage Wedding / Catering: Pizza from Bosco and Bee / Meringues: Meringue Girls

Amanda + Steve – Bright Sunshine Trinity Buoy Wharf Wedding

WEDDINGS, Urban

Stylish Trinity Buoy Wharf Wedding by Ellie Gillard

Oh the Great British Summer. How it plays with us, one minute dazzling sunshine, the other lashings of rain. However this didn’t seem to affect Amanda and Steve one bit, who had a Trinity Buoy Wharf wedding bursting with sunshine in August, despite the drizzle.

This is a London wedding oozing with modern, urban style from every inch, from the stunning Jesus Peiro dress chosen by the bride, to the sunshine brights of the yellow flowers and the industrial riverside warehouse setting of one of my favourite venues, Trinity Buoy Wharf. The day was photographed by Ellie Gillard who captured the details and moments throughout with such beauty.

“When we first got engaged we set out to create something a bit different, fun, relaxed and boozy of course! We had lived together in London for over 5 years and knew from the start that we had to a London style wedding to reflect our lifestyle and home city. I loved the idea of a warehouse wedding and fell in love with Trinity Buoy Wharf from the moment I saw it. The location set right in the heart of the industrial East London riverside was a perfect backdrop and the views from the terrace are incredible. Our theme was loosely set to incorporate yellow (my favorite colour) with an urban/modern feel.”

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Amanda’s stunning gown is by Jesus Peiro [style 3040] which she purchased from London based bridal boutique Morgan Davies. The dress manages to be both chic and simple but with the added luxurious detail of the floral feather neckline.

“For my dress I wanted something both simple but unusual. It took me a while to find my dress but as soon as I saw Jesus Peiro’s style of dresses I knew he was the perfect designer for what I was looking for. I loved the neckline on my dress with the floral/ feather detail doing all the wow work with the rest of the dress being perfectly simple.”

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With so much choice of where to tie the knot in the capital, it’s great to see couples combining locations and venues and I particularly admire how they chose the tradition of having a Church ceremony at the beautiful St George’s Cathedral before heading to the modern, industrial location of Trinity Buoy Wharf.

This couple also planned to make the most of transporting guests from one location to another with a scenic boat trip on the thames, and despite their original plans being scuppered by the weather, they were still all able to enjoy a ride on the river and London sightseeing!

“Orginally after the ceremony our guests were suppose to walk down to Lambeth Pier to get on to the wedding boat however due to the weather we had to make a last minute booking for a coach transfer in a effort to keep our guests as dry as possible. I had my best friend play an acoustic set while we were on board, it was a great chance to talk to our guests and give them all a bit of a London tour before arriving at our wedding venue.”

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As a wedding planner I undertake thorough research for clients on venues and locations, and I have to say that this is a London hidden gem [maybe not anymore!] that has been really popular amongst stylish London couples. With the riverside location and a space to make your own, it was the perfect choice for Amanda and Steve.

“Our wedding reception took place at Trinity Buoy Wharf, a beautiful Victorian brick warehouse in East London. It’s riverside location and its stunning interior with lots of natural light and beautiful views were amazing.”

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Guests were invited into the blank white space of the venue which was transformed to reflect the couple, with it’s sunny and stylish charm and there were so many  lovely details that the couple put together themselves, including the stationery. And those giant balloons and large light up initial letters set the tone just perfectly!

“We took on a lot of D.I.Y tasks ourselves. We designed and printed all our stationery right from the ‘Save The Date’ to the ‘Thank You’ cards, we loved being able to stamp our own style on to all the design work and be able to do exactly what we wanted. I also made all the flower girls dresses and the page boys bow-ties. I wanted all the kids to wear something bright and unique. I had lots of fun designing them all with the help of my lovely nieces. We brought lots of colour in the venue through the bright yellow table flower arrangements, huge array of pom poms and giant balloons.” 

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How utterly delicious do these Pastel de Natas look, yum! The bride’s family are from Madeira so incorporated the Portuguese tarts instead of a cake as they are a family favourite.

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I adore these portraits of the couple looking wistfully out to the Millennium Dome from the lighthouse! And I had to include this image captured by Ellie of the urban backdrop of Container City.

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The guests were treated to delicious food and cocktails and then took to the dance floor to enjoy a live band performance  – “We have some great friends in the drinks industry who helped us provide our guests with some amazing booze. We had dark and stormy cocktails for our entrance drinks, red and white wine from the Italian Pietmont region and my favourite Cider on tap, Stowford Press – Westons Cider. We had a BBQ in the evening serving Chorizo, sweet peppers and rocket rolls that went down a treat after some hilarious dancing.”

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“We loved our Photographer, Ellie Gillard. From the moment we first got in contact with her to our first dance on our wedding day she was amazing. Always on hand to offer advice, she made us feel so relaxed and comfortable on the camera. Truly beautiful photos.”

Now hasn’t that just brightened up your day? Magical! It certainly did mine! Huge congratulations to the beautiful Amanda and Steve and thanks to their wonderful photographer Ellie Gillard for sharing this sunny wedding with us.

CREDITS: Photography: Ellie Gillard / Ceremony Venue: St George’s Cathedral, Southwark / Reception Venue: Trinity Buoy Wharf, The Chainstore / Boat Transfer: Thames Cruises / Bride’s Dress: Jesus Peiro from Morgan Davies Bridal / Bride’s Shoes: Kurt Geiger / Maid of Honour Dress: Les Trois Soeurs / Flower Girls: Created by the bride! / Groom’s Suit: Reiss / Hair: Kleins / Flowers: Jemma Lyon / Catering: Hub Bub / Giant Light Up Letters: Vowed & Amazed / Dessert: Pastel de Natas from Madeira Cafe / Band: Apache via Function Central

Maddi + Ryan – Relaxed + Pretty Soho House London Wedding

LONDON BRIDE LIFE, WEDDINGS, Urban

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Understandably it’s taken me a while to do this post – it’s always hard to write a feature on a couple’s who’s wedding you worked with them on, purely as you are so close to it you want to make sure you do it justice and although I’d love to write about allll the details but I’d probably bore the pants off you all [what, you mean you don’t need to know how many lace ribbons I tied around cutlery!?].

Maddi and Ryan were married in a rather surprising balmy September day last year at the city chic Soho House. I’m so lucky I get to witness these special days with my couples – the party atmosphere, the warmth of friends and family, the special little touches, the loving looks and of course the unforgettable exchange of precious words. I distinctly remember standing behind the doorway trying not to be seen by anyone, waiting for my cue from the registrar to push play on the music for the ceremony exit but I found myself distracted and welling up at their touching vows, that were so personal and meaningful. It’s a lovely moment and always so nice to see this part of a wedding. Don’t worry though….I made me cue. Just.

So rather than talking about things from my point of view, I will leave you with the incredibly atmospheric photographs by the superb Ed Peers and words from Maddi the bride herself, but it was a wonderful day and a pleasure to work alongside many talented suppliers to bring it all together for such a lovely couple!

“A relaxed intimate city wedding was our vision.  Soho House is a beautiful building which has been sympathetically decorated to reflect the era of the house.  The dark wooden floor boards, sash windows and eclectic mix of colours from one room to the next helped our decision when choosing colours.  We went for vintage soft pinks and creams which blended with the house colours but linked our rooms together.”

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Maddi wore a classic, pretty and really feminine tea length lace dress – the Rosalba by Stephanie Allin “I had no vision of what style of dress I wanted apart from that it should be lace – I love the timelessness of lace. I tried on numerous dresses but it wasn’t until I tried on tea-length ones that I knew I had found my style of dress. It was then a long hunt for the right lace one which was finally found at Stephanie Allin’s boutique in London. It was a gorgeous tea length dress with a cream underlay and a soft cream/pink lace over the top.”

“My wedding jewellery was my favourite part of my outfit as it meant so much a beautiful bracelet made by my talented friend Becky of Cherry & Coco and a sentimental and gorgeous piece each from my mum and mother-in-law.”

As you can see from above Maddi also had two pairs of shoes for her big day – well what better way to treat yourself! “As I chose a short dress it was all about the shoes – my favourite accessory.  I have dreamt for years about owning a pair of Louboutins so for my wedding I knew they were the perfect shoe.  After a lengthy hunt in London I went for a classic nude peep toe pair with the adorable name ‘You You’, perfect for a wedding day!  I changed these in the evening for a pair of sparkly gold Kate Spade shoes. I love shoes!” 

Maddi got ready at the nearby Soho Hotel with her bridesmaids and family, and you can see the buzz in the room! I remember collecting a few bits from there on the day and they were all so giddy with lots of laughter and chat going on “We had an awesome team and a really fun morning getting ready!”

I remember Maddi mentioning she was going to incorporate plaits into her bridal hair style which I was so excited to see, and I have to say that her hair stylist Cassandra Rizzuto did an amazing job as it looked so so pretty! Maddi’s make up was by the incredibly talented [and London Bride favourite!] Mariam Jensen who used her infamous airbrush technique to create a beautiful fresh and romantic look on Maddi. There was a lot of pampering going on in the morning so Rebecca McMahon did the beautiful make up on the bridesmaids too.

To compliment Maddi’s soft feminine lace dress, the bridesmaids wore navy blue lace strapless dresses from French Connection teamed with the gorgeous sparkly navy ‘Charm’ Kate Spade shoes – possibly my favourite bridal shoes! Their sweet hair flowers were sourced from DinkyBird Boutique on Etsy. “For the bridesmaids we decided to go to the high street as I wanted dresses they could wear again and feel comfortable in. They fitted the girls perfectly and we accessorized them with hair flowers and sparkly shoes“.

The great thing about a central London wedding is that the bridal party could walk around the corner to the venue for the ceremony! So much fun walking around Soho in a wedding dress! Meanwhile the boys were getting ready and met with friends and family at Kettners for a pre ceremony tipple!

The Groom wore a brown suit from Reiss and the groomsmen all wore their own navy suits.  They were linked together with vintage pink Mr Start ties and Reiss brown brogues – such a stylish party! “Ryan went for a brown suit from Reiss – well he is Mr Brown! He also had brown brogues from Reiss which all the groomsmen had.” Oh I do love a smart shoe on a man!

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Maddi and Ryan chose Soho House for their venue which held the whole day from the ceremony to the drinks reception to the evening party. “Soho House is a wonderful maze of rooms and staircases and we hired three rooms for our day.  We decided early on we wanted to get married in London and viewed numerous venues.  We were looking for an intimate venue which could host our whole day and had style with ideally some outdoor space.  Soho House fitted perfectly it is a house so has the automatic intimate feel and has the most amazing roof top terrace which meant we looked out over London’s roof tops and up to the stars.”

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What music did you walk down the aisle to? The first time Ever I saw your face by Roberta Flack

Do you have any planning advice for other brides? “Make it personal and that can be from the simplest of weddings to the dramatic wedding but make it yours.  Make mood boards and take the time to work out what you both want from the day.  My favourite part of this was adding our own vows to the ceremony – we had been together nearly 9 years when we got married and it was so special standing before Ryan and in front of our loved ones telling him how much he meant to me and promising him my heart and soul.”

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When I met with Maddi, she was a girl after my own heart with lots of carefully thought through details and ideas. I was so impressed with how creative this pair were [and so sweet that they did a lot of it together!], sourcing gorgeous vintage mason jars, making printed lace handkerchiefs for their save the dates and amazing handmade paddles for their order of the day – there was so much thought behind it all and it was a pleasure to bring it all together on the day. Ryan, the groom is a designer so did all the amazing stationery for the day, including the invitations, order of the day paddles, tableplan and photobooth sign!

“We didn’t have a theme as such more a style of soft old vintage colours in pinks and creams mixed with kraft paper and hand stamped details.  We made a lot ourselves as we wanted the day to reflect us and have a personal touch.  My talented husband [Ryan the Groom!] made all the gorgeous stationery and we spent many a night putting together paddle fans, drink stirrers and cookie catchers!  We filled each room with vintage style flowers beautifully put together by Euphoric Flowers (who are an amazing duo) in aqua Mason jars, tea cups, antique silver jars and French enamel jugs. 

I love all the blooms that Euphoric Flowers did – there was a lot of wood in the venue and this really lifted it and created a really pretty feel to the fairly dark room. As they were all in little jars they were also great to transport from ceremony to dinner to evening so nothing was wasted!

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Maddi and Ryan made SO many unique touches for their wedding day. They were so creative and it was these little touches that I think made their day all the more special. “We handmade a lot and added bits and pieces to the venue to give it our personal touch.  We made bunting, drink stirrers, DIY photobooth area, hung pompoms from the ceiling and much more! We would have struggled without Charley to put it all up and turn rooms around- she did a fabulous job.” 

“We also had a vintage set of scales with a collection of glass sweetie jars filled with retro sweets Rhubarb and Custards, White Mice, lemon sherbets and cola bottles. I loved looking round each room on the day seeing all our hard work and ideas come to life and really made our day feel personal to us. The best bit about making and collecting everything means we got to keep it after the day and now our home is full of wonderful memories from the day.”

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After the ceremony as guests were enjoying delicious drinks and food, Maddi and Ryan went with their photographer Ed to capture a few portrait shots along with their bridal party too. “We choose Ed Peers as our photographer who we feels captures light and the feel of a day perfectly.  He didn’t disappoint and our day has been documented perfectly.”

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Soho House by nature is really intimate so the meal was held on beautiful big wooden tables which Maddi and Ryan supplied pretty rustic details for; bespoke stationery, cute favours, lace ribbon and beautiful flowers from Euphoric. “We had cream hessian runners and our assorted jars and cups filled with flowers and herbs placed down the centre.  We then made Cookie Catchers for our menus and had our own personalised chocolate fortune cookies from Maple Molly’s for our favours.”

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It’s not often I get to sit down and enjoy a meal at a wedding as I’m always running around but Maddi and Ryan so kindly seated myself, Jeff and Ed who were doing the video and photography together with their friends and family. I only managed a main course before rushing off but it was delicious and so nice to sit soaking up the atmosphere, even if it was for twenty minutes!

We choose a buffet style menu as we felt it was more relaxing and interactive for our guests.  The food was AMAZING and I can’t recommend it enough! We also opted for a buffet style cake table – our main cake was a yummy sponge layered cake with four other delicious cakes all made by my mum and our friends.  We decided to let our wedding cake get eaten for dessert as we didn’t want it to get left.  I was so impressed with their friends efforts, the cakes looked amazing and having helped to serve them, I know that they went down very well!

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“In the evening we had a layered cheese cake from La Fromagerie with home-made chutney made by my mum and I.  La Fromagerie are brilliant and really helpful at guiding you through what works well and we had a great morning tasting the cheese!”

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 What was your first dance song? Everlong by Foo Fighters (the acoustic version!).  The lyrics are beautiful and mean a lot to us.

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“Due to the fact Soho House is a small venue we felt it would be better to only have a DJ so we choose Mitch from DJinc who did a brilliant job and our friends and family didn’t leave the dance floor. We danced till 3am!”

When it was getting late as I finished up, I left a rooftop full of guests in arms swaying to music, with a beautiful bride and groom in the centre sharing a fun dance under the stars. It was a pretty amazing atmosphere and I love how Ed has captured the evening and these beautiful romantic moments at the end of the night.

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What was the most special or memorable moment of the day? “Walking down the aisle and seeing Ryan’s face, saying I do and having a day full of love and happiness all for you and your husband you can’t ask for anything better.  As cheesy as it sounds it really is the best day”.

I’m also thrilled to share with you their teaser wedding video by the brilliant Jeff Woods – brides and grooms PLEASE consider having a wedding film! It’s quite often one of the regrets I hear from my couples and it really is something you can look back on in one, ten and perhaps even forty years time. I love this film of Maddi and Ryan’s day by Jeff.

We originally weren’t going to have a videographer but we choose Jeff Woods as when I first saw his videos on a wedding blog they actually moved me to tears.  He has done an amazing job capturing our day and I am so pleased we booked him. I will forever treasure both the photos and videos”. 

Huge congratulations to the lovely Maddi and Ryan, and thanks for letting me share your day! Also thanks to the superb Ed and Jeff for sharing their work and to all the suppliers involved in the day.

*UPDATE – Maddi is selling her beautiful tea length lace Stephanie Allin dress. If you are interested please drop me a comment or email enquiry and I’ll put you in touch!*

Photography: Ed Peers / Cinematographer: Jeff Woods / Venue: Soho House / Bride’s Dress: Rosalba by Stephanie Allin / Bride’s Shoes: Christian Louboutin / Bridesmaids Dresses: French Connection / Groom’s Suit: Reiss / Bride’s Make Up: Mariam Jensen & Hair: Cassandra Rizzuto / Bridesmaids: Rebecca McMahon Flowers: Euphoric Flowers / Cakes: Friends / Cheese Cake: La Fromagerie / Stationery: the Groom, Ryan/DJ: Mitch Matthews at DJ Inc

Inta + Radek – An Urban Barbican Portrait Shoot

Engagements

I’m a huge fan of Anna Hardy’s photography work [do check it out!] – she manages to capture the real beauty and natural personalities of her couples so I’m really pleased to be sharing a little portrait shoot of the rather gorgeous Inta and Radek at one of London’s most infamous architecture spots – the very urban Barbican centre. It’s a strange place to find beauty in with it’s concrete towers, dark brick and looming apartments but…this shoot does. What an amazing fun session and I just love how relaxed and happy they both look…

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