London Elopement Photographer. A laid back day at Mayfair Library, with Rachel and Anthony
I love a London elopement. Rachel and Anthony came to the Capital from up North and they planned a secret London elopement while they were here. None of their friends or family knew they were tying the knot, so they wrote them all letters.
Love letters to friends and family
The letters explained that they’d got married and invited them to a party the following week to celebrate. After writing the letters, they posted them on the day they got married, so their loved ones would receive them by the time they headed home as husband and wife. Isn’t that lovely?
It’s really intimate and special being a part of such a small wedding, especially as I was one of the official witnesses. The other was a friend who lived in London and who came along to celebrate the day with them.
Getting ready for a London elopement together
Rachel and Anthony got ready together for their elopement in Farringdon. They helped each other with their preparations, before heading out in a black taxi to Mayfair Library. After a short but sweet ceremony, we walked through the streets of Mayfair before jumping on the underground.
We headed to one of my favourite parts of London; the Southbank, where we had a walk, a coffee and took some laid back portraits.
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