Queen’s Hotel Crystal Palace and Southwark Park Wedding

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The bride was traditonally late (though not due to British Summer Time!) arriving in a white stretch limo along with her maid of honour and father!  After a last minute make up touch up, the bride entered on her father’s arm following on behind her bridesmaids dressed in purple. The groomsmen met the bridesmaids at the end of the aisle and walked down arm in arm before bowing and curtesying before parting company and standing on either side – the bride’s side on the left and the groom’s side on the right.

When the bride neared the front of the altar, the roar from the crowd alerted the groom to her arrival, but he steeled himself not to peek until she had reached the top of the altar.

After their vows, the bride and groom departed for their formal shots at Southwark Park, before heading off for their wedding reception at Queen’s Hotel in Crystal Palace.

The venue was beautifully decorated in purple and gold along with ‘Posh and Becks’ style thrones on the high table by Royal Events.  The bride and groom entered the reception to the music played by a live band. The mother and the father  of the bride and the groom’s aunt also entered spectacularly  by dancing through the reception venue up to the high table whilst being sprayed with dollars! Even the live band did not miss out, as a lady appreciating their efforts sprayed the main singer with dollars also!

For those watching their waistlines and not wishing to eat a piece of the wedding fruit cake, they could help themselves to an almost life size tropical palm tree made entirely of fruit!

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Reception Venue: Queen’s Hotel Crystal Palace

Venue Decoration:  Royal Events

Live Music: Leke Levites – 07908 307 477

4 tier wedding cake: Rumbi’s Cakes

London Wedding Photographer: Me of course!

 

By | 2017-01-17T15:28:36+00:00 April 3rd, 2011|Weddings|8 Comments

About the Author:

Brides and Grooms have been choosing Urban Bridesmaid Photography for Louisa’s unobtrusive wedding photography style and attention to detail. As a documentary photographer who will observe and capture the wedding day as it unfolds and stay in the background, Louisa is able to capture wedding photographs with personality – wedding photographs which are not dull or boring that capture bride, groom and guests looking natural and at ease!

8 Comments

  1. Mrs Rumbi Setufe April 4, 2011 at 1:18 pm

    This is beautiful. Well done Lou. You did an excellent job. Keep it up.

    • Louisa April 4, 2011 at 1:34 pm

      Thanks Rumbi!

  2. Trevor King April 5, 2011 at 11:07 pm

    Nice work Louisa, you captured the event well.

    • Louisa April 5, 2011 at 11:10 pm

      Thanks Trevor!

  3. Obi April 20, 2011 at 4:19 am

    beautiful work .. lovely couple too

    • Louisa April 20, 2011 at 10:07 am

      Thanks Obi!

  4. Nick Rose April 30, 2011 at 4:25 pm

    Beautiful photography, the colours really make the pictures pop. Nick

  5. Tom Robak November 8, 2016 at 8:46 am

    nice reportage. beautiful couple!

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