Amy & Tim’s wedding was always going to be a very informal, fun, celebration. With the ceremony taking place at St Martin in the Fields in Trafalgar Square, the rest of the day was planned to be as informal as possible, with a lovely stroll to the venue included in the itinerary! Amy looked absolutely gorgeous in her Pascal dress by Stephanie Allin and Tim made a very dashing groom in his Scottish kilt. After the ceremony all 75 guests, along with Amy & Tim, made their way to Trafalgar Square, where we did the group photos – a brilliant setting for group photos and the spray from the fountains kept us refreshed in the summer sun! Big thanks to Tim’s ushers & best man who did a cracking job clearing some space for us amongst the millions of tourists! We then started the walk from Trafalgar Square down to the river. The reception was taking place at The Deck at The National Theatre on South Bank and Amy & Tim were very excited about the walk which took us across Hungerford Bridge in crocodile formation! I have to say – this is the most fun I’ve ever had on the way to a wedding reception and we got some great photos of Amy, Tim and their guests, walking through the streets of London to the sound of car horns and people passing by congratulating the happy couple.
The Deck made a fantastic wedding reception venue, overlooking the Thames with St Pauls, the Oxo Tower and The Gherkin in the distance. Sipping champagne in the sunshine all afternoon, followed by a barbeque is definitely my idea of a fantastic wedding reception!
Amy & Tim, thank you for inviting us to share this very special, sunny wedding day with you. I wish you lots of love, adventure and giggles for your life together as Mr & Mrs Fieldhouse!
A big thanks to my second shooter Heline, who joined me for our “jog” to the venue, it was great fun having you there! As always, please do leave a comment at the end of the post if you’re stopping by!
A little letter from Tim & Amy:
Venue: The Deck, National Theatre, South Bank, London
Bride’s dress: Pascal by Stephanie Allin
Bride’s shoes: L.K. Bennett
Bride’s jewellery & birdcage veil: Gillion Million London
Music / entertainment: Prelude Entertainment – 3 piece jazz ensemble
Catering: The Deck
The Cake: Amy’s sister Emma made the cake!
Flowers: Amy & Tim did the flowers themselves
Hair & make-up: Amy did her own hair and make up