Updated: Apr 10
Melissa and Junior got married at St Mark Dalston, affectionately called the 'cathedral of the East End' in Dalston. It was the most beautiful wedding and the sun shone all day long!.
Melissa got ready at home with her friends, and the atmosphere was absolutely relaxed and jovial. The bride then rode in a vintage car to the ceremony.
The ceremony was an intimate affair with family and close friends at the cathedral in the heart of Dalston. The beautiful building dating back to 1862, has the most amazing stain glass windows, which was perfect for photos during the ceremony as this added to the essence of the service.
The reception was at St Mark Dalston Hall, with its beautiful, floodlit arched wooden ceiling.
The couple chose the venue because it was round the corner from the church and this meant guest didn’t have to worry about travelling from one location to another on a hot sunny afternoon in London!
The best part of the day was the dancing! No wedding reception is over till the dj drops Candy by Cameo and you know what comes next!
The bride wore a white embroidered dress and the groom wore a black tuxedo suit with a red bow tie and they both looked so gorgeous.
Melissa and Junior’s wedding was so much fun and had such a chilled vibe. Here’s their awesome wedding!