Andrew and Stephanie’s wedding was such a lovely day. They chose to marry at Stationers Hall in inner London on a mid-September Sunday. Stationers Hall was unfortunately destroyed by the Great Fire in 1666 but rebuilt in 1670. The history of the wedding venues I get to photograph in will never cease to amaze me. Fingers crossed I am able to photograph at a few historic venues around Sydney when I relocate!
Stephanie got ready at Grange St. Pauls Hotel with her junior bridesmaids and mum. When everyone was ready, we all got in a cab and headed to the Hall for the ceremony. They were married in the Court Room, a beautiful room with a giant chandelier. After the “I dos” everyone headed into the courtyard for drinks, canapés and music.
They had their wedding breakfast in the Main Hall which has the highest ceilings and some of the prettiest stained glass windows I’ve seen. The whole wedding was so much fun and I’m so happy they chose me to shoot it for them. Here’s a selection of some of my favourites from their day.