The Wedding of Salene and Ian
The majestic grounds of the Queens house Greenwich park. A former royal residence built between 1616 – 1635 this historical royal heritage building is steeped in architecture.
The Queens house was the perfect setting for Both Salene and Ian, there family & friends. For the perfect wedding of this delightful couple.
The day started with meeting up with Salene at the Greenwich hotel. For her bridal preparation with bridesmaids and mother of the bride all full of laughter & smiles.
Photographing Salene & Bridesmaid at the Hotel afforded me some amazing photograph locations inside the hotel.
Once the Bridal preparation was complete it was time to move location. To the Queens house itself & catch up with Ian the groom, to capture some historical images as the day was just about to unfold.
Once I had found Ian & spent some time photographing himself in & around the location. It was nearly time for the bride arrival. Ian was ready & very calm.
The bride arrived in two London white taxis in tow with bridesmaids Salene looked amazing. With her magnificent dress & bridesmaids around her. The ceremony began with all the prestige of a true royal event with a dramatic entrance the video cameras were rolling and still cameras clicking as every second of Salene’s and Ian’s ceremony started, they exchanged there own written personal vows which made the ceremony all the that more special. The entire day from start through to ceremony and full reception went amazingly well with plenty of beautiful captured images of both the couple using all the key areas available at the queens house from spiral stairwell to the glorious balcony over looking the Greenwich park.
The end of the night ended in style with Salene and Ian exiting the Queens House via a London Taxi with all the friends seeing them off.
We wish both Salene and Ian the very best for there future.
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