May 8, 2009
I’ve got a beautiful English wedding to share..and I am rather excited about it because the photographer,
Marianne Taylor and I are doing a photo shoot together at the end of this month. I’m such a big poser and I can’t wait already (I have even started the prop scouting!)
The reception of Lucy & Richard’s wedding took place in the uber chic
Northbank Restaurant right on the River Thames with great views of Tate Modern and the Millennium Bridge. I love the look of this venue, so intimate yet stylish, which fits in rather nicely with Lucy’s gorgeous grey dress don’t you think?
You simply must head over to Marianne’s blog to not only check out all the ladies hats (hats are pretty much mandatory at British weddings you see!) but also my absolute favourite detail of the wedding… Bridie the Bridesmaid (yep the doggie!)
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