Updated: Apr 13
It was a beautiful spring morning as Wynona and Nick invited their closest family and friends to witness them tie the knot at the Old Marylebone Town Hall in London.
2020 has re-written the face of the wedding industry and it has also seen many couples change their plans numerous times. One of the great things to emerge from all this are micro weddings. They are small yet very intimate and beautiful and to be honest, it does not take anything away from having that special date couples desire to have. If anything, it adds a whole lot more.
It was a beautiful ceremony accompanied with all the emotion deserving of a wedding and declaration of love between two people.
Wynona looked incredible in her wedding dress. She smiled all the way through the wedding ceremony and it was obvious that this day meant so much to her after having to postpone and reschedule the date a few times.
After the ceremony we headed to Queen Mary’s Garden in Regents Park for family photos including the bride and groom portrait session. For a spring wedding, the weather was absolutely amazing with a very sunny and warm day.
After the photo session everyone made their way to the home of the bride’s parents where the garden had been beautifully decorated for an intimate wedding reception.
All in all it was the perfect micro wedding on a perfect day shared with nearest and dearest.