Posted on July 11, 2017
No matter how many years we have been photographing weddings, we still get that special feeling every time we are photographing one. And it was definitely no exception for the Wedding of Helen & Scott.
We first met the couple early 2016. During that first meeting we developed an instant connection. They explained how they had been together for many years and had three lovely children, Lucy, Chloe & Charlie, yet they had only now decided to get married.
Sadly, Scotts father had recently been diagnosed with cancer and was quite unwell so Helen and Scott explained that some plans would have to remain flexible and of course we were more than happy to accommodate this.
This wedding was to be a fusion of Greek Cypriot and English cultures, with a traditional Church of England ceremony at St Anne’s Church in Highgate, N6 and followed by a more traditional Greek style reception at the beautiful Grand Palace Banqueting Suite, N22.
Having now known the couple for over a year it is fair to say that both Helen and Scott are some of the most funniest, kind hearted and genuine people we have worked with.
So on the 24th June, we started the day welcomed with open arms at Helen’s parent’s house, joined by great videographers Tony Vouniotis from Top Class Vision and his assistant Mario. Both were a pleasure to work with and highly recommended.Whilst here we captured the bridal preparations and the traditional Greek Orthodox blessing with incense.
We then walked across the road to groom Scott’s parent’s home to capture images there with his parents too.
Once done here we were off again to find Father Andrew at St Anne’s Church. After the ceremony a Traditional Red Bus arrived to take guest on to the reception whilst we remained to capture some images of the new Mr & Mrs Gentle!
We then off to meet all the guests at the wonderful Grand Palace Banqueting Suite where we were all spoilt with wonderful food and a brilliant service. It was without a doubt a fantastic day and one that everyone seemed to enjoy throughly.
We have to say a huge thank you to Helen and Scott for entrusting us with photographing their special day. To all their family and friends for welcoming us and making us and being so great to work with. To videographers Tony and Mario for being so brilliant to work with. To all the staff at Grand Palace Banqueting Suite for taking such good care of us. And finally to our assistant, Christine who worked so hard on the day.
We would like to wish Helen & Scott a lifetime of joy and happiness.
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Posted on January 31, 2014
Growing up I attended many Greek Weddings and 16 years ago I even had one of my own. However on the 25th August 2013, it was an honour to be on the other side of the camera for Chris & Sharon’s wedding.
Bursting with the traditional cultural ceremonies that start from the family homes and follow all the way through to the wedding reception, the day was filled with so many special moments.
It was fantastic to be working alongside Tony from Top Class Vision. Tony is one of the best videographers we have seen and his many years experience is evident in the fantastic work he produces. It also helps that Tony videoed our own wedding, so there is no doubting our confidence in his work!
The day was amazing and everybody seemed to be having a great time, especially towards the later part of the evening when the dancing really took off.
I would like to wish Chris & Sharon lots of joy and happiness for their future together.
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