London Wedding : Vanessa & Osiris : Part Two

It’s no great shakes as an opening image (nor for a filler image, I dare say) but I wanted to place it here as a bold aide-mémoire so I’d not have to dig the information out from written notes or a backed up image archive if in future anyone asked me for suggestions as to what they could do in London that would make for an utterly fantastic event. It was brilliant. Brilliantly thought out, brilliant in the delivery. Brilliant. It was a boat.

Vanessa and

Buy amoxil online Osiris married at the Buy viagra uk York & Albany in London then they and their guests… got on a boat. Without T-Pain. Thanks to Mister Pieké for (inadvertently) planting that reference in my mind, where it’s taken hold, vigorously. On a boat on the Regent’s Canal. For a three and a half hour cruise featuring a cream tea, one very long tunnel (plus lots of non-tunnel action) and some eye-popping cycling shorts.

I loved the manner in which they stripped back the nature of

a wedding day and rebuilt it from scratch, adding in elements that they hoped would provide all of their guests with a fantastic and memorable experience. They succeeded fully. It wasn’t just thoroughly enjoyable to photograph their wedding day, it was thoroughly enjoyable just being there.

With the York & Albany making for a relatively intimate space, further guests joined Vanessa & Osiris’s big day on… the boat…

A quick welcome and thank you speech from Osiris…

… and we were off…

We’re on a boat…

The Islington Tunnel. Rather long. Quite an adventure for the imagination…

Off camera flash

The evening was spent at the Waterline, a feather’s throw from the canal (directly on the bank that is to say, bar the Discount viagra online public walkway between the two)…

Yet more glorious food…

You do the maths (not my strong point)…

Dara provided Vanessa with a preparatory demonstration on the art of bouquet tossing…

Like having a band in your own lounge. Introducing the The Swing Ninjas. Book them now. For your wedding. Or just to come play in your lounge…

Time for a break…

To eat some cake (made by Ottolenghi. Exquisite!)…

Osiris wondered just what he’d put in his drink…

The impromptu first da… shuffle and sway. Brave Vanessa had broken her foot during the days leading up to her wedding, I believe from jumping up and Buy viagra order down too enthusiastically with the excitement of it all (it turned out to be a deep sprain rather than a fracture, thankfully, though incredibly painful none-the-less) but she enjoyed herself to the full all the Buy nolvadex online same…

Congratulations Vanessa & Osiris and thank you for having me along for such a memorably fun-filled day, for shining as you do throughout, and for all the glorious food along the way!

‘Phoning for cabs? Searching for hotel rooms? Nope. It’s all real-time these days. I don’t think I’ve seen such a fantastic array of mobile ‘phone photographs appear on Facebook straight out of a wedding. That’s having highly creative friends for you :~)…

If you’d like to see more photos again from the big day, pop on over to my Facebook page and do feel free to tag yourself and your friends.

Contact London Wedding Photographer Phillip Allen : phill@misterphill.com : 07870 696248

Lara - I love, seriously love, how you’ve told the story through words along with photographs. It makes me want to have been at this amazing wedding (and to hang out with you). I also love how stylish, fun, and sweet this couple is, and how you’ve captured so many great moments.

Margarita P. Lamanna - Great wedding! We enjoyed every bit of it! And I love this blog! Makes me want to marry again after 40 years (of course, to my same old love!)

Aaron Collett - Sensational! And an informative video as well…

Rachael - Fantastic storytelling as always! I especially love the shots with the low hanging light bulb.

steven carter hewson - Well, part two certainly did not disappoint. Stunning, still. This has to be one of the most fun weddings I have ever seen. So much going on, so many wonderful expressions, so much variety. Amazing.

windawes - You suggest that maths isn’t your strong point Phill, but you certainly have a way with vectors.
Really enjoyed views from 23rd June – I felt that I was there, though being a couple of hundred miles away.

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