The City Of London
August 27, 2009
Find your photographer through Rock n Roll Bride then it’s pretty much a given that I’m going to totally love your wedding and wedding photography! That’s exactly what Carolyn & Marc did and yep, I was right – stunning!
The couple got married right in the centre of London – ‘The City’ as it’s known. I love this part of town. My Dad works around here so I have fond memories of visiting him at his office when I was younger, marvelling at the huge and modern nature of landmarks like
The Gherkin and The Lloyds Building vs. the ornate detail of the indoor Leadenhall Market (where Carolyn & Marc had their reception.) I remember my Dad once taking me into on of the bars in this area which to a 15 year old kid was very exciting!
Be sure to head over to
Marianne’s blog for a much larger selection of images from this day!
Thanks to Marianne for sending these to me and stay tuned for yet another amazing wedding – photographer sourced from this very site – later!
ps yes there are about a million images in the post but you will forgive me once you check them out!
Marianne Taylor Photography
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