Every wedding is different and this is why I love them. I was very much looking forward to be theÂ London Museum of Steam & Water wedding photographer for Noemie and Jaafar’s big day. It was really nice to document a wedding for a French speaking couple andÂ practice my French again. I met them at a London Hotel. The bride and groom made their way directly to the Chelsea Town Hall where the ceremony took place. It was a gorgeous day in London with the sun shining and many people around. it was lovely to see the bride and groom walk down the aisle together. The ceremony was short but lovely, the registrar was very funny! The Chelsea Town Hall has some lovely steps that were used for confetti. Â After the ceremony, we made our way to the reception venue.
The London Museum of Steam and Water is a venue that I had not visited before but I was so glad to discover it. The venue is as the name suggests a museum with a variety of areas that we used to take a few portraits before the guests arrived. The guests were able to visit the museum and they proceeded to have drinks and canapÃ©s in the courtyard. The venue is great as it had many attractions to keep children busy! After the drinks reception, it was time to go into the impressive main hall of the venue for a lovely meal, short speeches and then some dancing.
It was a real pleasure to get to know Noemie and Jaafar a little and their family and friends. They had hoped for a sunny (a couple of rain drops made anÂ appearance but not for long) and relaxed day and this is what they got. The long and leisurely drinks reception was ideal for guests to get time to chat and be with each other.
Below are some of my favourite images from their day, I hope that you enjoy them. I would love to hear from you, please feel free to leave me a comment at the end of this blog post. If you are looking forÂ London Museum of Steam & Water wedding photographer (or any other venue for that matter), I would love to hear from you. Thank you so much for reading and visiting my small corner onÂ the web!