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Trinity Buoy Wharf Wedding Photography

What can I say about my first experience of Trinity Buoy Wharf wedding photography?  Well, mostly that I could have blogged the entire wedding, not just the mealy mouthed sixty odd images you see before you today.  How Erica & Matthew made an imposing warehouse space into a genuinely homely, warm and convivial wedding experience is a little short of miraculous.  There was paper pompom festooned ceiling, an entire lounge sourced from eBay and freecycle and over seven hundred origami birds, to name a few.  I’m not going to lie, this was one of my favourite weddings of the year.  Erica and Matthew are great company and the whole day reflected that.  Easy going and effortlessly relaxed.  Not to mention the brilliantly unique Container City along with Fatboy’s Diner that provided the photogenic backdrop for their couple portraits.  And that’s not even in the best bit.  The bride and groom met at music college, so when the wedding band came on it turned out to consist entirely of friends and family!  (Matthew cunningly avoiding a first dance by being up on stage playing bass.)

Contact me for your own Trinity Buoy Wharf wedding photography.  It’s a new favourite..

4 Comments

  1. Lorenzo Photography

    Another classic Nick! What a brilliant bride to work with. That last shot of her on stage sums it up. She’s having the day of her life!

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  2. James Rouse

    Another awesome set Nick!!

    The subtle way you capture and document a wedding day naturally unfolding is very distinctive. Many pictures have multiple layers and warrant viewing over and over. Fine work indeed!!!!!

    Reply

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