The day finally came to document the wedding of Sandra and Chris. I was excited to be the The RAC Club Pall Mall wedding photographer for their wedding day. I had enjoyed my conversations with them in preparations of the wedding wedding. They were very friendly and excited and about their plans. The ceremony at their church was clearly very important. The bride and groom are religious and involved within the church. You could tell how much it meant to them! My day started with documenting a few getting ready shots of the bride before heading to the RAC to meet with the boys. They boys were busy putting the final touches to the wedding breakfast room. Sitting plan, name tags, etc…Â I like to seeing the efforts being put to make sure that everything is looking as great as possible.
We took as few photos at the venue and then we headed got the All Souls Church at Langham Place. It is a stunning church. There was some more final touches needed here too. Cakes and prosecco had been planned for after the service. Everyone was in good spirits but you could sense the anticipation building. The bride arrived perfectly on time and made a lovely entrance, wearing a lovely dress and long veil! The service was beautiful. Lots of music and singing and of course the exchange of the rings, the Ido’s and the first kiss.Â After the ceremony and a piece of cake, there was a confetti shot before guests headed towards the RAC for the rest of the day.
I left with the bride and groom and we pop into Regents Park for a few portraits of the bride and groom. This park had a special meaning to them as it is where they got engaged. We then headed to the venue to meet the guests. The guests were a mix of people from different countries. Mainly English and Dutch (the bride is Dutch).Â The weather was nice and the drinks reception took place outdoors. After the drinks reception, the bride an groom wanted to ensure that they had a chance to say hi to everyone. So the had planned a receiving line as guests entered the wedding breakfast room. The meal was lovely, I certainly enjoyed the vegetarian option – I have been fully vegetarian since August this year!
After the meal, we took a few portraits in the lovely setting of the venue before the first dance took place. I then stayed a bit longer to capture the evening dancing and the Scalextric!Â The bride and groom had planned this game for the younger and older kids alike to play during the evening.
It was a lovely wedding for me and it was great to witness the union two lovely people in two beautiful wedding venues. Below are some of my favourite images from their wedding day, I really hope that you like them! I would love to hear from you, please feel free to leave me a comment below! If you are looking for Â The RAC Club Pall Mall wedding photographer (or any other venue for that matter), I would love to hear from you! Thank you very much for reading and visiting my site!