Not quite South London, but you can still see the 02 in Greenwich across the water. 😉 Trinity Buoy Wharf is an eclectic space in East London, not far from Canary Wharf. Part exhibition space, part lighthouse (built in the 1860s), part café and American burger place (Fat Boys Diner) it is also a wedding venue space.
The bride got ready with her bridesmaids and family at a nearby Airbnb before all jumping into a cab to Trinity Bout Wharf. Each bridesmaid chose an outfit of her choice in pale blue with one bridesmaid opting for a jumpsuit.
Recently the weather had not been not been great with rain ushering the cooler autumn weather. However, luckily the rain held off until the evening on this day.
The groom was waiting for the entrance of the bride at Electrician’s Shop. After the bridesmaids walked down the aisle, the bride entered on her father’s arm and the couple exchanged vows.
After signing the register, the bride and groom exited and received their guests at The Chainstore. Guests were served champagne and canapés before being invited to sit down for dinner. The bride had designed the table plan which featured a large map on an easel marked with the places they had visited as a couple. The room was set up with long rows of tables and chairs with flower installations by Palais Flowers.
Trinity Buoy Wharf served up starters of roasted vegetables and cold meats followed by sea bass or roast lamb. A selection of mini desserts were served just before the start of the speeches. The best man, groom and father of the bride gave speeches and the couple cut their magnificent naked cake which was designed and baked by the bride’s friend who was also a previous bride! The dance floor opened with a set from North Yorkshire’s only contemporary New Orleans inspired brass band – the New York Brass Band and the guests partied till 2am the next morning.
A big thank you to Cassandra for second shooting for me!
Here are some of my favourite images from the day.