Situated in the heart of London, the Honourable Society of Lincoln’s Inn is a stunning place, with its own chapel and different areas that can be used for the reception and wedding breakfast. I was really looking forward to the day wih Emma and Tom tying the knot there. Their wedding took place on a lovely, warm and summery Saturday in July.
The day started at Nicky Clarke’s (hair salon) in London before walking back to Claridge’s where Emma was getting ready. I then drove to Lincoln’s Inn to grab a few pictures of the guests arriving. Unfortunately, the priest at this venue did not want images taken during the service which was a shame. Emma arrived fashionably late, although this was not intentiona. Her car got stuck in the middle of protests that took place in summer. It was a nice ceremony followed by a drinks reception in the gardens and then “gin hour”, before guests being called for their wedding breakfast. The lovely weather combined with the gorgeous location made for a wonderful setting for their day.
The meal was served and followed by a few speeches from the father of the bride, groom and the best man. It was then time for some chilling out and coffe time while the staff turned the room around for the evening dancing. It was a memorable day for me, with lots to capture. Both Emma and Tom were a pleasure to work with and they looked after me very well.
Below are a few images I selected from the day. I hope that you like them! Please feel free to leave a comment below and if you are looking for a the Honourable Society of Lincoln’s Inn Wedding Photographer please get in touch as I would be happy to discuss this further with you.