Dulwich College Wedding Photography
Dulwich College Wedding Photography Where to begin with the wedding of Louise and Jon!? They organised a real corker and it was such an honour to shoot their wedding when you take into account that Louise is herself a photographer (check out her amazing work here but be prepared that it might make you a little hungry!) I’m a huge fan of the food photography that she does for The Guardian and so, needless to say, food was big on their wedding agenda. The nibbles were sourced by themselves from London’s Borough Market, they put on quite the Hog Roast spread and their cake was something else (yes – I have to admit that I did have a little taste!) There were so many personal touches to Louise and Jon’s wedding … not least the fact that Louise had the waistband of her dress embroidered with their wedding date, their wedding coordinates, a few other personal things too and all written in their very own handwriting! I mean … WOW! Their attention to detail was everywhere I looked. And so what if the weather wasn’t particularly kind to us. A few raindrops (or maybe many heavy showers) weren’t going to put a stop to this lovely pair letting down their hair and getting stuck into the amazing day they had organised.
The Old Library in the grounds of Dulwich College is where they said their “I Do’s” and then everyone walked over the green to The Pavilion Salle where the rest of the days celebrations unfolded. Louise and Jon were very clear when we met to chat ‘all things weddings’ that they wanted to have a very relaxed wedding day and were treating it more as one big party where their nearest and dearest could gather together to celebrate their tying the knot in a very informal manner. Louise and Jon … I think you succeeded in your wedding mission. Everyone was super chilled and your celebrations were epic. Thank you so much for having me … you guys totally nailed it!
Dulwich College Wedding Photography – if you’re planning a wedding and would like to know a little more then please don’t hesitate to get in touch.