Joanna and Mark got married at a venue I’ve always wanted to photograph, the Horniman Museum in south London is just down the road from me. It has one of the most beautiful conservatories. When Joanna contacted me I jumped at the chance to photograph their wedding, I also loved the fact they were desperate to get a photograph with the pride of the museum, the massive walrus taxidermy. I love the image we got, it makes it look like the walrus is photobombing them.
After the civil ceremony we headed to the band stand for a blessing from Joanna’s church. It was lovely to combine a few traditions and beliefs and celebrate everything.
We all then headed to the Constitutional club in Catford for their reception. The Club is a proper London pub and was decorated with flowers and bunting. They had good food and ceilidh dancing into the night.
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Wedding Venue // Horniman Museum
Reception Venue // Catford Constitutional Club
“Lucy’s creative talent & enthusiasm was so obvious when we met her for the first time; we felt completely confident about her photographing our wedding. On the day, our guests commented on how lovely Lucy was as she subtly bounced around capturing so many clever shots. Our day was very colourful and the way she captured this was beyond my expectations…just perfect. She worked her socks off for us, and we couldn’t be more grateful.” VIEW GALLERY