Are you ready for something really special? Join me in London for Sophie and Ryan, who both work within the commercial lighting industry, on 1 September 2018.
"Everything was cream, white and black. It was a conventional yet present-day held within the oldest Catholic church in England. We were fortunate to possess a beautifully warm, calm, starry evening with family and friends celebrating late into the night in The Crypt below."
"After getting engaged in December, I started to check out dresses online the next spring. I discovered one dress that I instantly fell deeply in love with. I took a screenshot and attempted to forget about it as I was built with a feeling it might be out of my budget range. I bought two high-street prom dresses in the meantime on the internet and tried them on in my own home as the considered going into a marriage dress shop helped me feel incredibly anxious and overwhelmed."
"I loved every piece I tried on but selected the FeelTimes dress. I wore the Laura Drape top having a ¾ length sleeve outrageous to reveal the gorgeous bow behind."
"We met one another at operate in September 2014 – a totally lucky and wonderful fluke as Ryan only agreed to be about to leave to begin up their own company inside the industry. In December 2016, on the freezing but beautifully sunny evening, Ryan proposed in my experience in our favorite place – Fanore Beach around the west coast of Ireland."
Sophie kept her make-up classic and fresh, together with her hair down in soft ringlets for any bit of movement. Helping her to organize was her closest friend, looking radiant inside a soft grey, sequinned gown.
"My beautiful closest friend and maid of honor was nine months pregnant when she walked on the aisle beside me. We found probably the most lovely maternity bridesmiad gowns. My two flower girls wore silk ivory dresses and fresh flower crowns produced by our florist."
Setting the black-tie theme was Ryan in the bespoke tuxedo from Savile Row.
"He chose them for his or her modern yet traditional cuts. They were very useful and quick with alterations and he has been a repeat customer since."
Sophie and her father traveled to Saint Etheldreda’s Church within an electric black cab, before walking down the splendid aisle together towards the traditional wedding march.
"Our most memorable moment was seeing one another at the top and bottom of the aisle. We couldn't believe your day was finally here and that we are so grateful for the amazing family and friends for those of their love and support."
Photographer's romantic yet modern style, by having an almost editorial feel – marries perfectly using the overall vibe from the couple's day.
"Before I was even considering wedding photography, I was browsing plenty of wedding blogs and kept feeling attracted to certain images. I then realized every image I loved was through the same photographer. I just knew we'd have Miss Gen and hoped that they would be free for the date. We were very lucky."
"We loved working Miss Gen. Gen was extremely relaxed, even if I was inside my most stressed around an hour before the ceremony. She made all of us feel at ease and blended directly into every situation perfectly. Our favorite photo is of us around the bridge. We had only been married for around an hour when it had been taken. I love the red bridge using the blue sky behind it – it covers our London wedding. Full of sunshine and plenty of love!"
The empty London streets are the ideal backdrop for that couple's newly-wed portraits, which are extremely beautiful and atmospheric. I cannot, though, overcome the movement and flow of Sophie's gown and also the drape top, also it looks much more beautiful using the bow on full show.
Words of Wedded Wisdom
"No two weddings are identical – do not compare anything and revel in your special day because it's gone inside a flash."
Article produced at: https://www.feeltimes.com/