London Wedding Photographer

 

Hello there, I’m Roshni, a London-based Documentary Wedding Photographer situated in the Northwest of London. I have a passion for traversing the entire expanse of England to capture the essence of cultural, traditional, nontraditional, multicultural, and fusion weddings. My photography style revolves around a relaxed and informal approach, ensuring I encapsulate the beautiful moments of your special day that you’ll want to treasure forever.
From Micro weddings to your full-on Big Fat Indian weddings I have photographed them all and love a wedding that breaks away from the norm!

I am an unapologetic hopeless romantic when it comes to love and weddings. I find immense joy in capturing those enchanting, in-between moments when no one is watching, truly immersing myself in the authentic narrative of your special day. My approach to wedding photography is diverse, guided by the belief that the most magical moments unfold without limits or constraints, as love knows no boundaries. Through my lens, I aim to weave a captivating and vivid story, ensuring that each photograph narrates your unique journey in the most alluring and evocative manner possible.

Seeking a dose of wedding inspiration? Explore a collection of blogs showcasing the highlights of weddings I’ve had the privilege to capture. Immerse yourself in the beauty and emotion of these moments, and let them spark ideas for your own special day. Discover the unique stories and unforgettable memories that have graced the pages of these featured blogs, offering a glimpse into the artistry and passion I bring to each wedding I photograph.

 

Unconventional Weddings

Whimsical Wonderland Weddings

Green union weddings

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How would you like to remember your day?

Ready to capture all of your memories

I love photographing Weddings in London and all over the UK. I have had the pleasure of shooting in Prague, France and Italy. Weddings are occasions that bring all the friends and family together. Connecting two people in some way or other everyone’s main aim of the day is to celebrate the most beautiful day of you both. I love capturing the day from the start when you both are getting ready, with lots of nerves and of course, the bridesmaids and groomsmen to keep you calm and assured until the first dance of the couple as married couples.

For me photography is mostly about capturing a moment in time, you can’t fake a spontaneous smile or moment that has been captured. I aim to capture your moments on your special day as if you were there at that moment in every photograph. My style is to capture the events to make sure it gives you everlasting memories.  I want you to look back at the images and remember the happiest day of your life as if it was yesterday.  Candid Wedding Photographer London

A smaller affair or a big fat Indian Wedding!

Mirco wedding photography

After what we saw in 2020, the world has changed the ways and adjusted the way we celebrate weddings. In 2021 I have shot 34 Micro weddings on weekdays and weekends with a big party later in the year or a couple of years later. Regardless of the size of your guests, I have a package for you and yours. If you are getting married at one of the town halls in and around the city. please check out my pricing page. My micro wedding page is set and ready to give you inspiration on how to plan a micro wedding and reception party. including vow renewal party. 

There can be 4 guests at your wedding or 30, your celebrations your way. If you like you can get married on the canal boat or elope to Scotland, just the two of you. There is always an excuse to have a massive party afterwards. Many of my couples have chosen a restaurant or a pub like The Dickens Inn or Ombra bar in London for the wedding reception. Pub lunch or sit down roast, you can have anything you dream of. That’s the beauty of planning your wedding, your way!

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What are the best locations around London to get married?

London city is the city that provides such unique landmark locations to get married. There is Shard, Sonia and David. For an ultimate view of the city from the height of the Shangri La to night lights. 10-11 Carlton House Terrace, Rebecca and Rob is the venue amid the central, convenient tube stations and a stroll near the river bank. To the DepotJessica and Anton for some good Pub and restaurant food and onto the canal boat wedding celebrations with a boat ride on the Regents canal entertaining your guest at the Ombra Bar – Lewis and Kenal, which does exquisite seafood and plates of pasta. There is an option to get married amongst your friend and family at the Pergola gardens, which has ultimate views of the gardens for an afternoon cocktail party and ceremony.

What to expect from your photographer On the day!

The day, in most settings, starts with getting ready at your parent’s place, an Air BnB, or a closet hotel room such as the Hotel Cafe Royal, FariaMost venues have a suite you can use to get ready too. Surrounded by your closest friends and bridesmaids, you find yourself amidst a sea of wedding stationery and vibrant flowers, all meticulously arranged for me to capture. Every painstaking detail that you have poured over for months is finally materializing before your eyes. The inspiration you meticulously gathered from various sources, including vision boards and Instagram, has now been beautifully translated into reality. Your vision and wedding ideas come to like how you want them. Whether it is a luxury wedding venue or an intimate elopement, my relaxed style of capturing your day suits your visions; contact me here… 

I am not good in front of the camera.

I take great pleasure in building a rapport with you before your wedding day. It’s my goal to ease any nerves or apprehensions you may have about being in front of the camera. I understand how it feels to be awkward in such situations, but rest assured, I am here to guide you through it. It’s crucial for you to authentically express yourselves as a couple, and I will take care of all the technicalities and logistics to ensure beautiful and natural photographs. I tend to work around you two, let you mingle and enjoy a good stroll whilst documenting the intimate moments between you both. London has so much to offer when it comes to an engagement shoot. I took Amrita and Rob to Hyde Park for their shoot, and we did Charan and Pranav’s pre-wedding shoot at the Canary Wharf. There are also Holland Park, Regents Park, Regents canal walk, Shoreditch, Pergola Garden, and many more locations within a tube ride. 

My wedding photography style is documentary and candid.

Are you still asking the question of why you should book me? The main question is, does my documentary and candid style suits you? A picture tells a hundred stories, and that is my goal to capture the moments of joy for you. Even though you are shy in front of the camera, my candid shooting style means I blend in with the guests, ensuring I got all the essential photos I need for you. Now that you have reached this point and would like to know about my ways of working, fill in my contact form or call me. 

London: A Timeless Metropolis

London, the United Kingdom’s capital city, symbolises history, culture, and modernity. With roots dating back over two millennia, this expansive metropolis has transformed from a Roman settlement to one of the world’s most influential cities. Renowned for its rich heritage, diverse population, and economic strength, London represents the fusion of the past and the present, where historical landmarks harmoniously coexist with contemporary architecture. culture. culture.

Historical Significance

The history of London is closely intertwined with Britain’s history itself. Founded by the Romans around 50 AD as Londinium, the city quickly grew into a bustling center of commerce and governance. Over the centuries, it witnessed significant events such as the Norman Conquest, the Great Fire of 1666, and the Blitz during World War II. Each event left lasting marks on the city’s landscape and character.

Notable historical landmarks include the Tower of London, built in 1066 by William the Conqueror, which has served variously as a royal palace, prison, and treasury. Another iconic structure, the Houses of Parliament, stands as a testament to the UK’s democratic traditions, with its clock tower, Big Ben, being one of the country’s most recognisable symbols.

Cultural Diversity

London’s cultural landscape is a rich tapestry woven from the threads of numerous ethnicity and traditions. The city is home to over 300 languages and a population representing every corner of the globe. This diversity is celebrated through cultural festivals, culinary offerings, and distinct neighbourhoods.

Areas such as Chinatown, known for its authentic Asian restaurants and markets, and Brick Lane, famous for its Bangladeshi curry houses, are prime examples of London’s multiculturalism. The Notting Hill Carnival, an annual event that celebrates Caribbean culture, attracts millions of visitors and showcases the city’s dedication to embracing and honoring its diverse population.

Artistic and Intellectual Epicenter

London is unmatched in its contributions to the arts and intellectual pursuits. The city is home to over 170 museums, including the British Museum, which houses artifacts from all eras of human history, and the Tate Modern. This contemporary art gallery attracts millions of visitors each year. The West End theatre district is synonymous with world-class performances, showcasing a variety of musicals, plays, and operas.

London is home to some of the world’s most prestigious education institutions, including the University of London, Imperial College, and the London School of Economics. These universities attract students and scholars from around the world and foster an environment of intellectual rigor and innovation.

Modern Lifestyle and Urban Development

London’s rich history is complemented by its ever-evolving nature. The city features a blend of modern architectural wonders such as the London Eye and the Millennium Bridge alongside historic structures, creating a distinct skyline that captures the city’s vibrant essence. Ongoing urban development initiatives, like the revitalization of the King’s Cross area and the establishment of the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, underscore London’s dedication to sustainable and inclusive progress.

The city’s comprehensive public transportation system, which includes the iconic red buses and the extensive Underground network, ensures seamless connectivity throughout its expansive area. Innovations like the Crossrail project, also known as the Elizabeth Line, are designed to further improve connectivity, making commutes easier and supporting the city’s continual growth.