December 10, 2009

The Purple Bride

My New-Year Resolution is going to be to blog more, but the last few months
have been really busy, so I'll excuse myself! Let's start the winding down of 2009 with this funky winter wedding I shot in London few weeks ago.
I am very pleased to say that the wedding has also been featured on the
amazing Rock'n roll Bride Blog under the post Purple Rain.
Deborah and Nick from Highgate held their wedding ceremony at the Pitzhanger Manor-House in Ealing, with the reception at the Kew Bridge Steam Museum. The Manor-house is a restored villa designed by the famous architect John Soane and is surrounded by the beauty of Walpole Park.The Kew Brigde Steam Museum is run by an independent educational charity and use to supply London with water. It is recognised as an important historic site for the water-supply industry in UK. The wedding day was very intense, emotional and full of interesting surprises. It was amazing to photograph every single colorful detail of the Steam Museum, not to mention the moment that the engine driver started up the water pumps! The Deborah's beautiful purple dress looked perfect, completing a lovely day.
Oh, but I must mention the lighting of the venue done by First Light London and the yummy cheese cake which sat overlooking the guests while they were enjoying dinner.