Bromley Public Hall Wedding Photography, London
Lyndsey (another wedding photographer!) and Gareth were married at Tower Hamlets Register Office at Bromley Public Hall in East London. The bride, and her family and friends, got ready in a rented apartment in central London. There was a vibrant matching colour scheme of yellows, oranges and pinks across the flowers and the bridesmaid’s outfits. A friend of the bride took her to the ceremony venue in his black cab, whilst myself and the bridesmaids flagged down our own.
The groom and guests met up at The Bow Bells pub next to the register office. They then headed up to The Vestry room to await the bride who arrived at the rear of the building. Quick ceremony over, there was confetti outside, then the couple jumped in their friend’s cab. Everyone else piled onto a couple of Routemaster buses for a quick tour of the City. Eventually they arrived at The Distillers, (now St Barts Brewery) next to Smithfield Market for the reception and party. There was pink fizz and canapés outside, and a magician entertaining, then everyone took their seats in the main bar area.
The guests received homemade whisky marmalade as favours, and they were treated to some speeches. The couple practiced their first dance in a small room upstairs, before taking to the floor for the real thing.
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