London Wedding Photography
The day however started much earlier on at the bride’s house where the groom had to face some though games and challenges before entering the house, meeting his bride and taking part in a traditional tea ceremony. It was then to the groom’s house for another tea ceremony before heading out to the Old Royal Naval College.
The day ended at Hong Kong City a venue favoured by Chinese people for their great and genuine Chinese food and we were grateful to partake in some of the 14 courses! The venue was able to easily accommodate the 400+ guests. The evening entertainment included a traditional Chinese dragon dance, some impromptu Karaoke and the bridal party toasting most of the 40 tables in the restaurant with cognac!
The day was long (14 hours shooting) but the sincere, honest, friendly and welcoming atmosphere made this wedding a joy to document. As always, we captured the day in our unique reportage wedding photography style which allow us to be part of the action and let the day unfold at its own pace without interruptions from us. If you are getting married and you are looking for an Old Royal Naval College wedding photographer, I would love to hear from you!
Below are some images illustrating the day!
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