20 Nov Bistrotheque Wedding London
Rachel & Lee – Bistrotheque Wedding in London
I am excited to introduce this London wedding, it was a perfect day. Rachel and Lee’s wedding was just wonderfully relaxed and informal. We started off with their ceremony at the Hackney Town Hall, heading to Bistrotheque by bus for a beautiful reception. I am thrilled to have shot at Bistrotheque restaurant which is occasionally a wonderful London wedding venue.
Bitstrotheque is a London wedding venue housed in a converted clothing factory in East London, in Bethnal Green. The Private Dining Room at Bistrotheque is a bright, airy and stylish space that is perfect for creative London weddings and any events.
Meanwhile, the sun is shining for this relaxed and fun couple, which is absolutely perfect, I love sunshine in photos!
As well as delicious food and drink there was a pianist, lots of personal touches and the guests were experiencing everything with the couple. Finally, there was a fun Bistrotheque party rather than just a London wedding. Photography was a pleasure as everything was relaxed and beautiful.
Great atmosphere and everyone had a great time at this Bistrotheque wedding in London.
Honestly, I could quite happily shoot and East London wedding every week.
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