An Artistic London Wedding: Sarah & Sam

Fine art lecturer, Sarah, got ready at the impressive St Pancras Hotel and then tripped over the street to meet dapper Sam and get married. The glorious Camden Town Hall, with it’s neo-classical design, dripping in elegant marble good enough to spread on a cracker and eat, was the ceremony spot kicking off their creative London wedding. Then, whilst we went for a little wander to capture some portraits, their guests bundled onto a vintage Routemaster and headed to Clerkenwell and the lovely Easton pub. Drinks in the evening sun and a sumptuous dinner of sharing plates followed and it really was the perfect London wedding; low key, relaxed and beautiful, with every detail thoughtfully designed by the bride and groom. This was a wedding of artists and creatives; it was rich in colour, style and humour and it truly was a pleasure to photograph. Here are a few favourites from the day.

All photographs are film: Kodak Portra and Ilford Delta 400 & 3200

Developed and scanned by The Canadian Film Lab 

With thanks to:

Hair & Make Up: Caroline Piasecki

Dress Designer: Annasul Y. from Morgan Davies 

Suit Designer: Old Town 

Bridal Shoes: Miu Miu 

Groom’s Shoes: Churches

Floral Designer: Pasi at Flor Unikon

Prep Venue: John Betjemen Bridal Suits at the St Pancras Renaissance Hotel

Ceremony Venue: Camden Town Hall

Reception Venue: The Easton

Beautiful photos, and can’t believe they are all captured on film, very inspiring!

Comment by: Andy Posted: 26/05/2017

What a stunning day - I love all of the in-between moments you captured, so much happiness

Comment by: Albert Palmer Posted: 26/04/2017

Beautiful storytelling images, love the portraits at St Pancras.

Comment by: Paul Keppel Posted: 21/04/2017

Beautiful work! Love the St Pancras portraits & all your gorgeous detail shots x

Comment by: Genevieve ( Miss Gen ) Posted: 19/04/2017

Love the bride’s style and her hairpiece is to die for! Beautifully captured wedding KP x

Comment by: Yolande Posted: 12/04/2017

You have such a talent for capturing things that go unnoticed. Such wonderful work, KP x

Comment by: Lucy Posted: 10/04/2017

Fantastic to see these up on the blog with your choice shots Katherine. 18 months ago and now we have Baby Marlowe. Thanks so much for capturing our day - you made it glimmer as much as it felt!

Comment by: sarah and sam Posted: 10/04/2017

I absolutely love these photographs. Beautiful colours and tones and there are so many lovely, subtle moments captured. Just perfect.

Comment by: Jude Posted: 10/04/2017

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