It was such a treat to meet Anne & Stephen for their London pre wedding shoot recently.
Although the couple are planning a countryside wedding, they were keen to share in some of the stunning London landmarks for their pre wedding shoot. The capital may be busy but it is still absolutely possible to find some awe inspiring architecture to use as a backdrop for a London pre wedding shoot.
I took Anne & Stephen to St. Paul’s Cathedral. It’s one of my favourite London buildings, so elegant and classic with its creamy white stone and beautiful black & white tiled floors to the porches. Very few lucky individuals get to marry in the Cathedral of course but the exteriors are accessible to the public and this inclusivity is one of the things I treasure most about this wonderful city. The huge wooden doors were a fabulous epic backdrop and allowed us some privacy and shelter for the shoot. The Millennium Bridge, with the views of St. Paul’s and the river skyline in the background, was a second beautiful location.
I loved the pastel colours of Anne’s pretty dress and Stephen’s summer shirt, perfect for the hazy summer day. Together with the light coloured city stone, this delicate colour palette is perfect for any couples searching for the typical romantic Fine Art look to their London pre wedding shoot.
I loved hearing all about how Stephen proposed to Anne, a really sweet story that took place on one of the couple’s many travels together and felt quite envious that they were spending some of the rest of the day making plans for their wonderful honeymoon together. Wishing this very lovely couple all the best for their future together.
If you are a couple who would love to explore some of the city’s landmarks for your London pre wedding shoot, then please get in touch to enquire about pre wedding shoots, either as a standalone booking – perfect for those couples who may only be travelling through London – or as part of one of my full wedding bookings.
To see Charlotte & Adam’s St. Paul’s Cathedral wedding click here