Honourable artillery Company London wedding video – Libby & Liam

A London wedding video

Libby and Liam got married in London at the beginning of May. Now it’s rather difficult to avoid the fact that Liam was a military man as the armed forces were woven into the very fabric of the day in the best possible way. Meaning that Libby got ready with her bridesmaids in the exclusive in and out club and the couple were able to hold their reception at the Headquarters of the Royal Artillery Company, a little green haven set amongst the clutter of central London. Plus,I’ve yet to see a groom that doesn’t look dashing in their formal uniform. Were I not already married I’d almost be tempted to sign up just for that… almost.
But that’s not all this day was about. At the centre of the day were obviously another awesome couple. Libby was really easy going and easy to get along with. Within five minutes of my arriving it felt as though I’d known Libby for years. Liam I was told, was not a big fan of having his picture taken but during the portraits session he was surprisingly relaxed in good humour and it was clear to see that his reluctance to have his photos taken was out of humility and his down to earth nature.
I can’t talk about this wedding without mentioning the other suppliers as well. The whole day really felt like a team effort, with everyone watching out for everyone else and generating a really friendly atmosphere.
So thanks To Michelle Wigget photography for being so chilled and letting me call the shots occasionally. Thanks to Toastmaster Kevin Morgan for holding the day together. A massive thanks to Mary Jane Vaughn who supplied the beautiful flowers and florist Tove Carroll who gave us a lift across London. Holly Lowe for her beautiful harp playing throughout the day, Tallulah goodtimes for putting on a great show, Ruth Elizabeth cakes for the really quite tasty cake and Lord Cars for getting the Bride to church on time… even ahead of time.

Such a great day, I would honestly quite happily shoot it again.

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