The weather forecast was not incredibly kind for Mohammed and Rosa’s wedding in Stoke Newington – London. It was the weekend before Christmas and there had been many flood alert’s and train delays. Luckily, all the guests got there on time and it was a joyous and happy occasion for the rest of the day.
Mo and Rosa had contacted me to cover only a few hours of their wedding day. It was a small and intimate event with a civil ceremony at Stoke Newington Town Hall, followed by drinks reception and wedding breakfast at Clissold House, literally less than 5 minutes walk away one from the other. I left just after the main course, everyone enjoying the relaxed atmosphere of the day. As a wedding photographer I strive to create memorable images for the couple, to remind them of the day and the interactions with their guests.
Clissold House is a relatively new venue and was very impressed by the venue itself and the staff who were very attentive and polite and also very helpful. One of the main concerns for a wedding photographer is the amount of natural light available and I am grateful of my switch to Canon camera’s that allowed me to capture the day without requiring the use of any flash, for what was the shortest day of the year. If you are looking for a Stoke Newington wedding photographer, please get in touch!