The most colourful London wedding ever at St Pauls Cathedral and Trinity Buoy Wharf
You don’t get more London than a wedding ceremony at the majestic St Paul’s Cathedral, followed by a procession over the Millennium Bridge and a boat trip up the Thames (or is it down the Thames… I’m not sure…).
Abi and Euan’s wedding might win a prize for being one of the most fun ever. It featured doughnuts, a tattoo station, a boat trip, a surprise performance by Abi’s dad and hula hooping. There was also a procession through the streets of London with red heart balloons. It was jam-packedfull of awesomeness!
A flower, balloon and neon installation of epic proportions
I REALLY loved the brightly coloured flower wall with balloons and neon by the amazing Early Hours LTD, Bubblegum Balloons and Vowed and Amazed. Throw in the most wonderful eclectic decor ever and it’s fair to say I was a bit like a kid in a sweet shop all day.
After the trip down the river, Abi and Euan ended up at one of my favourite London venues, The Chainstore at Trinity Buoy Wharf. Guests hung out in the sunshine hula hooping and enjoying the views of the Thames. This was followed by paella, speeches and a wonderful surprise performance by Abi’s dad.
Here’s what Abi and Euan had to say about the pictures from their St Pauls Cathedral and Trinity Buoy Wharf wedding:
The pictures are just brilliant! Thank you soooooo much – we knew we were on to a good thing when we picked you! We are just wowed!!! Thank you thank you thank you – totes emosh. Totally lost for words. From a very happy Abi & Euan – we love you!! Xxxxx
These two were a dream to work with and they found me via the wonderful Charlotte Elise. One of my favourite things about Abi and Euan’s wedding is that a whole four months later they had a Christmas tree that was themed around their decor. It even featured a smaller version of the Love Wins sign. Adorable.
I have undoubtedly included too many pictures in this post but I’m not sorry. Keep scrolling for colour, fun and love winning at Abi and Euan’s St Paul’s Cathedral and Trinity Buoy Wharf wedding.
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