Its been almost a year since I shot the Drapers’ Hall wedding of S & L.
I started my day with the bride at The Threadneedles Hotel, which I remember walking past daily when I worked in the square mile many years ago.
A quick walk through the City led me to beautiful Church of St Botolphs Without Bishopsgate which again, is a church I knew reasonably well.
Whilst it was an overcast day, the splendour of the church inside is amazing, if a little dark, but the vicar and the choir made for a very powerful service.
Thereafter, we headed outside for a guard of honour and confetti before continuing on to Drapers’ Hall.
Drapers’ Hall is nestled in the backstreets of The City of London, but when you get inside you realise just how grand the place is.
Its hosted parties held by the Queen for heads of states, as well as the scene from many movies.
Intermingled with the more traditional western wedding celebrations was traditional Chinese Tea Ceremony which saw both the bride and groom presenting tea to the parents.
A beautiful oak panelled set of suites, allowed S & L to have a romantic, but gorgeously decadent Drapers’ Hall wedding.
It’s a wedding venue I look forward to shooting at again.
I hope you enjoy this small selection of the images from their Drapers’ Hall Wedding.
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Thank you very much for the email.
You have to know it is so difficult to pick only 60 photos for the album from all the lovely photos you took.
– S & L