Photography at St Bartholomew the Great Wedding
This St Bartholomew the Great Wedding was a real treat to photograph. I knew food was an important part of the celebrations for Hannah and James’ wedding – their reception meal was at Iberica, a fantastic Spanish restaurant in central London. Spain holds a dear place in their hearts, so rather than the traditional cake cutting, what could be more perfect than the ‘carving of the ham’? A beautiful looking leg of ham was wheeled into the centre of the restaurant, and with hygienic blue gloves in place, the couple got the party going with some expertly carved ham to start the tapas. It all provided some great wedding photography.
Late Winter Sunshine
The day began with Hannah and her bridesmaids at her flat in North London. It was a beautifully sunny late Winter morning, giving her bridesmaids’ dresses a real vibrancy, perfectly matched to the groomsmen’s ties. The ceremony itself was at one of London’s oldest churches, St Bartholomew the Great in West Smithfield, London. It’s an amazing venue that was founded in 1123 and has survived the Great Fire and two World Wars.
Unposed London Wedding Photography
Here’s some of my favourite images from the day. If you were a guest at this wedding and would like to see more images, Hannah and James have the gallery details. If you’re planning a London wedding and like the look of this kind of relaxed photography, check out some of my recent London weddings, then check here to see my availability. Or perhaps check out some One Whitehall Place wedding photography, or this Middle Temple Wedding if you’re considering the Capital for your wedding venue.