Indian Wedding At Middle Temple
We started our photography at nearby Apex Temple Hotel where Simran and the bridesmaids were getting ready before this super Christian and Indian wedding at Middle Temple. Rosie photographed the groomsmen having a quick pint before joining some of the guests for a pre-ceremony brunch, while I photographed Simran’s final preparations at the hotel. There was then a short walk over to the fabulous Temple Church where the wedding ceremony was taking place. Rosie headed up to the balcony over the main door, ready to capture the bridal party as they entered. While I made the most of the beautiful light being thrown onto the altar.
Middle Temple Documentary Wedding Photography
We were lucky with the weather after the ceremony, and guests gathered outside the church to congratulate Simran and Julian. There’s enough space outside to comfortably do some family group photos, before we all headed over to Middle Temple for the drinks reception. It’s a great place for chatting and catching up with family and friends, and the historic surroundings make for a perfect backdrop for some natural documentary photography. Before long, we all headed into the main hall where Simran and Julian made an entrance before cutting the cake. Speeches followed the meal, then the first dance and party took over.
If you’re planning an Indian wedding at Middle Temple, please get in touch to receive some details about my style of documentary wedding photography. Or check out some more Middle Temple Wedding Photography, or perhaps some Addington Palace wedding photography.