Having met Lynsey through a mutual friend a few years ago I was delighted when she asked me to be her wedding photographer this summer in London. Both she and her husband share a long-term love of music, together with the style and culture that come with this, so I knew from the start this would be a right up my street (almost literally!). The ceremony was held in the Council Chamber at the formidable Camden Town Hall with five beautiful bridesmaids in matching dresses made by Handmade by Holly Crow and six official ushers (and many more stylish chaps supporting!) Lynsey wore Justin Alexander from Josephine Bridal together with a stunning headpiece by Joan Brown Vintage. Dan wore a classic mod-cut suit and the same paper flower button holes made from sheet music as his ushers. A serendipitous find on Etsy according to the bride.
Soon after the ceremony, guests were whisked away by a classic vintage route master bus to the nearby vintage style gastro-pub The Prince Albert in Camden. Having met Lynsey and Dan here previously to discuss their wedding plans I was eager to see it again with that all important personal touch that only a wedding can bring. From the mason jar’s of baby’s breath (matching both bride and bridesmaid’s bouquets) tied with white ribbons to the travel themed centre-pieces, Lynsey and Dan’s wedding was what all weddings aim to be – quintessentially them.
It was a joy and a pleasure to be part of this wonderful day and I hope you enjoy some of my personal highlights below.