It’s so exciting that life is slowly opening up again after a challenging 14 months. Last year I had the privilege of shooting Philip and Natasha’s emerald green and white summer wedding when some restrictions were lifted. Church weddings of up to 30 people were allowed and masks had to be worn. But this didn’t let the couple stop them from having the most wonderful city of London wedding day with their closest friends and family whilst streaming the event to loved ones globally too. It was a beautifully sunny day in the city and photos of the beaming bride started at the Landmark Hotel in Marylebone. A full wedding ceremony then followed at St Andrews Undershaft, St Helen’s Bishopsgate. It’s a beautiful city church next to Leadenhall where we had all the portraits thankfully unmasked. We walked around the city to the Bank of England for the bride and groom portraits before heading to The Ivy Tower Bridge for the reception. Here are some highlights from Natasha and Philip’s summer wedding 2020.
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