It was a pleasure to document Helen and David’s Wedding at the Ned, London. The Ned is a beautiful five star Hotel in the heart of the square mile.
The hotel is the former Midland bank and boasts a number of Grade 1 listed rooms. For example, the Tapestry room was being carefully prepared for the wedding breakfast as I arrived and looked absolutely stunning. It takes its name from the tapestry mounted high on the walls. Significantly, it is the largest of its kind in England and dates back to the 1920’s. Overall, the venue has fantastic mix of history, quality and laid-back elegance.
Helen and David’s day reflected that combination. For example, they rejected tradition and arrived, beaming, down the aisle together. In our conversations before the wedding, Helen talked about her plans for the feel of the day. She didn’t want any photographs of her getting ready or any posed photos. Significantly, she revealed that she really dislikes being photographed and that was a big part of why she felt my style really suited her. In addition, she asked if I would like a table place which was lovely. I felt really included and it also meant that I was right there to capture the atmosphere.
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