Langham Hotel Wedding

Langham Hotel Wedding- Emily and Haroop

If you love a good party then you’ll love this Fusion wedding!

Emily and Haroop got married at the grand Langham Hotel, Oxford Circus. It was a super fun Fusion wedding, with Chandelier hanging from the ceiling and Tabla and Sitar Players to keep guests entertained.

The Ceremony

The ceremony took place in a beautiful church and was a family church, which was lovely. The ceremony included the couple being showered with colourful confetti. It was a wonderful occasion, Haroop has been going to the chriuch for a very long time.  His parent house is only 10 meters away from the church. Thats why it was super important for them to get their vows renewed at the church.

The Fusion wedding

The reception was held at the Langham Hotel. The venue is perfect for weddings because a grand celebration, and it’s got such a modern vibe, especially in the grand hall when the room is full of people having a great party.

For the reception, the couple had organised an open bar for their guests, and everyone had a blast. When the guests arrive at the hotel, the lounge area had a sitar and tabla player for entertainment. this was so dear to the Haroops families and they are from north of India and wanted a traditional twist to their English wedding day. Guests were then called for dinner, which was a slap-up meal – it was delicious.

Emily’s dad, brother and Haroop’s Dad gave an amazing speech. Haroop also gave a speech which was really moving thanking everyone at venue too. I personally really love when i get a thank you. not to mention the embarrassment of being a center of attention for 5 seconds.

 

The Party.

The party was kick-started by their first dance and the music from Arrow hours was such a blast with the guest. The whole family really enjoyed themselves on the dance floor which was lit with Yes events lights.

Here are some awesome suppliers for the day!. 

Dress – Dress 166 by Jesus Piero, Miss Bush in RipleyMiss Bush

hair and make up – Olivia Ferrer

Flowers – – Halcyon 

Lighting – Yes Events

Mehndi – Mehndi by Mani

DJ – Arrow house


Trunkwell House Wedding

Wedding at Trunkwell House in Reading Berkshire

Jordan and Isbah got married at the beautiful Trunkwell House, Reading Berkshire. It was fusion multicultural wedding, with flowers all over the tables and a Polaroid guest book to keep guests entertained.

The ceremony

The ceremony took place in a beautiful church and was surrounded by fields, which was lovely. The ceremony included the couple reading their own vows. It was a special occasion, full of happiness.

After the ceremony, we wandered around the venue for couples of portraits, which was the perfect time for me to get candid photos, and I got some really fun pictures of the confetti moment. The weather at this multicultural wedding was springlike, it was a lovely day.

The multicultural wedding

The reception was held in a marquee. The venue is perfect for weddings because you can have the place for the whole weekend, and it’s got such a romantic vibe, especially on the dance floor when the music starts pumping.

For the reception, the couple had organised an open bar for their guests, and everyone loved it. Guests were then called for dinner, which was a slap-up meal – it was delicious.

The party

After dinner, everyone got straight on the dance floor, and the party got started. The live musician kept everyone entertained all evening.

Advice for planning your wedding

If you are planning your multicultural wedding, I would advise having 2 sessions kept aside for your couple’s portraits. I love to capture you in both your outfits to show how much you loved your wedding outfits and represented your own culture, Isbah wore a white dress in the morning and an Indian outfit for the evening reception. They incorporated the cultural celebrations for both Isbah and Jordan’s sides.

Here is Jordan and Isbah’s story in photos.


East Sussex Tipi Wedding Photography

East Sussex Tipi Wedding 

 

Jenna and Dom got married in the beautiful back garden of their parents in Ditchling, East Sussex. It was a stunning Boho, dreamy wedding, with tealights everywhere and lawn games to keep guests entertained.

 

The vows

The ceremony took place in an orchard, and was decorated with flowers, which was lovely. The ceremony included hand fasting. It was a romantic occasion, full of lots of cheer.

After the ceremony, guests mingled in the garden, which gave a chance to take candid photos, and I got some hilarious photos of the confetti moment. The weather at this Boho, dreamy wedding was bucketing down, it was a beautiful day.

The reception was held in a tipi. The venue is perfect for weddings because it’s so cosy and relaxed, and it’s got such a gorgeous vibe, especially in the gardens when the sun goes down.

For the reception, the couple had organised an open bar for their guests, and everyone had so much fun. Guests were then called for dinner, which was a spitroast – it was delicious.

The evening

After the meal was finished, The Guests were then invited onto the dance floor to participate in the ceilidh dance, and the dance floor was packed all evening. The ceilidh dance kept everyone entertained all evening.

Lovely words 

“thank you for sending the pictures over!!!, they are lovely! You captured so much magic! It was a lot of fun to look through them and relive the day! we’re going up to see my-in-law this weekend and we’re going to surprise them with the photos! thank you so much”


Micklefield Hall Wedding Photography

Micklefield Hall Wedding Photography

 

The Venue

Monika and Karl got married at the beautiful Micklefield Hall, Hertfordshire. A beautiful Countryside barn venue perfect for intimate to a very grand wedding celebration, only 25 miles from central London, it is the ideal setting for your guests from all over England. The venue gives exclusivity and accessibility to the land for use throughout the day. The great barn at the hall looks over the gardens.

The Wedding

The ceremony took place in a gazebo and was filled with flowers, which was lovely. The ceremony included the couple reading their own vows. It was a moving occasion, full of so much love.

After the ceremony, guests mingled in the bar, which was the perfect time for me to get candid photos, and I got some extraordinary images in the meadow. The weather at this Fusion wedding was so sunny; it was a beautiful day.

The reception was held in the main barn. The venue is perfect for weddings because the light is gorgeous, and it’s got such a romantic vibe, especially in the gardens when the golden sun is glowing.

For the reception, the couple had organised an open bar for their guests, and everyone said how amazing it was. Guests were then called for dinner, which was a meat feast – it was delicious.

The moments

After the meal was finished, everyone got straight onto the dance floor, and the dance floor was packed all evening. The live musician kept the party going all night. Capturing all the candid moments and enjoying the music with the guests is a perfect evening for me.

 

Venue: micklefieldhall
Dress: Love Me Do Brides
Suit: https://www.mochee.co.uk/
Hair and makeup: @sofiashakirmua
Florist: Andrew fleming