Cat and Jess got in touch when they were planning their London wedding for Old Marylebone Town Hall. They were planning the trip down to London with all their guests for their big day. They were all going to stay in the big smoke for a few nights so they could enjoy the wedding and take in some more of London whilst visiting.
Their guests arrived first in a big, red London bus. The guests filed in whilst the bridesmaids waited patiently outside for Cat and Jess to each arrive. Cat arrived first with her dad and they made their way up towards the Westminster Room, the largest at Old Marylebone Town Hall.
A few minutes later, Jess arrived with her parents and made her way upstairs, where both she and Cat had their interviews with the registrar, before Cat made her entrance first, her dad on her arm.
Moments later, Jess turned the corner into the room along with her dad, and Cat tried her best to hold herself together as the emotion of the moment hit hard. I love the photo of Cat, looking up to the heavens, as Jess just turns the corner to walk down the aisle.
Following a beautiful ceremony, there was a lively confetti exit before we did a big group photo of everyone on the steps of the town hall. Everyone then boarded the big red bus again which drove a little further West to Kensal Green, where we arrived at Paradise, a great venue for a small wedding.
There were drinks and nibbles, before we did a few more group photos and then everyone sat down for the wedding breakfast. There were a few different speeches, which had the guests (and myself at times) in fits of laughter as well as drying the tears off their cheeks.
I only spent a few hours at this wedding, but it was more than enough time to understand the depth of feeling that Cat and Jess feel for each other. Their family and friends were all so lovely, friendly and warm. Thanks to them all for having me along. Wishing Cat and Jess all the best for their future together.
Here are some of my favourite images from the day.