Faith and Jim’s wedding was a dream for any wedding photographer!
Tuxedos, lavish flowers and a ten-piece show band.
What a wedding! Faith and Jim’s big celebration after their intimate covid wedding day at the Grove earlier in 2021 was a real hit. Their guests travelled across the globe to join them at the lavish, luxury London wedding venue, where they enjoyed their tantalising cocktails and delicious cuisines.
A Bridal Prep Room of dreams
Half of the day is, of course, inside a bridal prep room for Faith and what a room it was (or rooms, should I say!). There was plenty of space for the bridesmaids to hang up their Jarlo Bridesmaid gowns, alongside the Jimmy Choos!
Faith’s beautiful custom gown by Sottero and Midgley was kept safe and displayed in the bedroom, away from the hair and make up stations and from the younger guests, the page boys and flower girls! The ladies were ready just in time to sit and cheer before it was time to get dressed and head downstairs to the blessing.
It is also important to note Jim’s incredible YSL tuxedo which really brought some charm to the day.
The floral staircase of dreams
The gleaming couple walked hand in hand down the famous staircase outside the Langham into a shower of confetti and a crowd of gleaming smiles. Straight after this, Faith and James’ enjoyed their canapes and drinks with their guests in the Langham courtyard for a while.
Later in the afternoon, we headed out to the front entrance to capture some family portraits with the exquisite chandelier and some couple portraits along the local streets withe the incredibly talented videographer AK Films.
Could this be the most lavish ballroom in Central London?
Rivers of flowers filled the top table inside the Luxury London Wedding venue – with floating candles accompanying the flowers across the room. The five-storey cake took the middle stage in front of the top table and was an absolute masterpiece!
We proceeded with the speeches, and the room was, again, filled with cheery smiles and the clinking of champagne flutes.
How to get the party started
The White Keys, a ten-piece London Show Band, started the night in style with a composed first dance accompanied by confetti cannons that showered the room. For the entire evening, the dancefloor was packed with guests enjoying a multitude of genres – the singers even came and joined the guests on the dancefloor.
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