A Cool and Contemporary Riverside Wedding

Risk and control analyst Kirsten and data scientist Henry wed on 1st June 2018 in the beautiful grade II listed venue at London's Trinity Buoy Wharf.

"We always knew we desired to get married in London. I was raised in London and Henry comes from Lincolnshire, but this is when our home is together, therefore it felt only suitable for us to marry here. The main thing we sought out in a venue was that people could have both ceremony and reception in one location, which was built with a late license."

"We were lucky enough to know Claudia before I was engaged and we knew immediately that they had to be the photographer for the wedding. On a professional level, Claudia is the greatest."

"She was able to capture all of the special moments during the day and these are what we should treasure probably the most for the rest of our way of life. On a personal level, she's one of the nicest people we now have met. She wasn't just our wedding photographer, she became a friend which is why is special."

"I'd always wanted something quite simple for my wedding gown and something that I could wear again, given just how much wedding dresses cost."

"I honestly thought I would try on the dress that I would like and didn't necessarily think I would experience 'the one moment, however, if I tried around the Beaumont dress I fell instantly in love and knew it had been exactly what I was searching for. The most fun thing about it had been the tie straps which moved around when I was dancing!"

"Henry and I met on a work challenge day nearly 6 years back! We spent eventually running around London making ourselves seem like fools and the rest is, as the saying goes, history! I had some indication Henry would propose soon. We were built with a big holiday planned that is where I thought it might happen but little did I know that Henry had other plans."

"The groom's suit is made to measure from his usher's store in Manchester, (the usher was Thomas Stott from the trio), and that he accessorized by having an Eton shirt, a set of Ted Baker shoes along with a black bow tie. The best man and groomsmen's jackets were from ASOS, their ties from, and both wore their very own trousers and shirts."

Kirsten's best babes each wore a navy jumpsuit along with a little mini Flo comb to match her very own, whilst her bridesman wore a jacket to complement the best man's.

"As some entertainment for the guests, we added a 'Glow Bar' station for that evening which included plenty of inflatables, wigs, accessories, and glow sticks that they might have fun with at night. As soon as the glow bar was open everything was gone! We are generally also lovers of gin so had our very own gin bar station! The London-based band then played and our DJ, Josh, then took over and played the rest of the night."

"I just really loved all of our big days. Surprisingly, as it had been the part I was most nervous about, I would need to say our ceremony was my favorite part of the day. I loved marriage to Henry encompassed by all of our family and friends. Henry would say probably the most epic and memorable part was the ceremony, then it had been amazing to see all of our friends using a great time partying away."

Words Of Wedded Wisdom

"It seems like such a cliché but enjoys every moment of your big day. As everyone says, your day does go quick so take several moments throughout your day to stop and take everything in."

Article produced at: https://www.feeltimes.com/

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