Kim and Kimberley’s Mayfair Library Spring wedding was spectacular. Rain, snow, wind, and relentless cold in the build up and then this one single bright sunny day. It put everyone in a great mood before the ceremony even began. Kim and Kimberley invited thirty five guests who filled the Mayfair Room at Mayfair Library to near capacity. There was plenty of colour and joyousness as everyone greeted each other and waited for the couple’s entrance.
Kim wore a charcoal three piece suit with blue shirt and raspberry tie while Kimberley wore a royal blue maxi dress with lace bodice overlay and sleeves. They both beamed as they walked in together. The ceremony was heartfelt and smiley throughout. Big hugs afterwards and then we all walked outside into blinding late afternoon sunshine. Luckily their drinks reception was beyond the opposite end of Mount Street Gardens where we could seek shade and do some group photographs.
Everyone then headed off for drinks nearby leaving Andre in charge of looking after things while the three of us did a ten minute tour around Farm Street Church (The Church of the Immaculate Conception), Mount Street Gardens with it’s huge Canary Islands date palm, and finally Mount Street with it’s exclusive designer shops. The backdrops worked really well with the late afternoon sun giving real vibrancy to the photographs.
The atmosphere was wonderful and passers-by were thrilled to see a just married bride and groom walking around Mayfair.
If you have booked your wedding at Mayfair Library and need a wedding photographer do have a look at my Mayfair page. If you have booked at Old Marylebone Old Town Hall please see my Old Marylebone Old Town Hall page.
[The Library is currently surrounded by scaffolding and a photo wrap. I am pleased to say that it didn’t matter one bit. The staff at Westminster Register Office very kindly raised the blinds to let in as much light as possible and it made all the difference]