Trinity Buoy Wharf London wedding

If ever there was a truly London wedding this is it. Katie and Tommy are big fans of the big city and their beautifully styled wedding reflected this at every turn. They chose the universally adored venue Trinity Buoy Wharf partly for its views over the Thames and it’s 2am curfew and also because as a dry venue they could really make their mark. The theme was bright, colourful and nautical which were reflected in the beautiful home made lanterns and paper origami boats. Not to mention the riverboat reception which took us across the Thames from the ceremony at St Brides Foundation (after a little balloon lead walk) to Trinity Buoy Wharf itself. The venue was decorated with copious amounts of flowers all from the wonderful Hattie at That Flower Shop and I also really enjoyed the quirky vintage milk bottles that adorned the place. 

Jesús Peiró dress and Moss Bros

As you might expect the stylishness of the day did not stop at the decor. Katie’s Jesús Peiró dress was purchased from Morgan Davies and was simple and elegent. This was offset by her incredibly intricate laser cut shoes from Rupert Sanderson. Similarly Tommy looked pretty dapper in his bespoke Moss Bros suit and the bridesmaids dresses wore oyster colour dresses from Coast. Katie’s nephews Ben and Jack wore very trendy little suits from Marks and Spencer and red Converse shoes to match. 

Relaxed, fun and super stylish

It’s safe to say I had a lot of fun shooting this incredibly beautiful, relaxed wedding. Thank you Katie and Tommy for being total dreams to work with and for making my job so easy! It’s not too difficult to take good pictures when everyone is having this much fun! Bonus points for anyone that can guess how I made the last photo. Zero photoshop involved. Enjoy!