Bride and groom leaving St Paul's Cathedral - just married!

Here’s a St Paul’s Cathedral in London wedding I photographed back in November 2020. A beautiful sunny, (just) pre lockdown 2.0 wedding held in the Crypt of St Paul’s and at fab wine bar, Vinoteco, nearby.

Grace and William’s pre-covid plans were to get married in July 2020, but covid meant it was moved to November 2020. They knew the November date meant a much smaller wedding – but when Boris announced we were going into Lockdown for the second time – wedding plans quickly changed and they managed to pull everything forward by a few days and have their wedding.

It was a much smaller affair than their previously planned July wedding and even smaller than the planned Novenmber one – but they were able to use both the same venues as planned – just with less people. William – in true introvert style loved this – and being an introvert myself – I get totally understand that!

But having a small wedding was equally lovely. It meant more time chatting to your closest friends and family. It’s more intimate, casual and cosy. It was a truly heartfelt and special day.

St Paul’s Cathedral Wedding Photography

Some of the highlights of the day included St Paul’s Cathedral (it never fails to impress), the glorious November sunshine (what a gift), and the staff at Vinoteca (absolutely amazing for bringing the wedding forward with such short notice and still knocking the food and service out of the park!) And a special mention goes to Grace’s stunning dress (based on a design of an old favourite she had), her incredible (Game of Thrones inspired) hair piece and fabulous shoes and See It Happy jacket. Such a stylish bride.

I was so looking forward to photographing my very first wedding at St Paul’s – albeit a little bit disappointing that you aren’t actually allowed to photograph any of the ceremony. 🙁 (But I did take a sneaky few through the gaps – shhh don’t tell anyone! 😉 )

I’ve added these in random order – just for fun!

And if you’re planning a London wedding – then I would love to be there for you – do get in touch.

The Deets:

Hair comb by Coco Rox Accessories

Bride’s Boots – An old pair from 18th birthday by Robert Clegerie

Bouquet and button holes by Titania’s Garden

And fabulous hand painted jacket by See It Happy

Enjoy! x

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