Hi, I'm Laura and I'm a London Wedding Photographer specialising in natural, romantic and timeless style. Here you can find full weddings to view, engagement sessions, family and newborn sessions. I hope you love what you see!
Emma and James are an absolutely fab couple and I am so happy they asked me to be a part of their day. They are such fun people to be around and they are always laughing. Relaxed pub weddings are my fave and their wedding at Prince Albert in Camden was no exception. So, I *may* have a teeny tiny girl crush on Emma. She’s beautiful and her style is just incredible. Emma’s dress from Abigail’s Vintage Bridal is simply stunning. Emma got ready at a house close by, which I think she found on either Airbnb or HomeAway. The house was amazing and such a nice place to get ready at! It was a very relaxed morning, with lots of yummy brekkie being cooked, make up and hair being done by the fabulous Boe from Botias Hair and Make up. I’ve had the pleasure of working with Boe a few times now and she is such a talented lady.
They got married at Camden Town Hall, which is one of my favourite town halls in London! I’ve been here a few times now and I just loveeee that marble staircase. Then it was on to the pub! I am a huge fan of this wonderful pub, I’ve been here for three different weddings now and it is just perfect! The pub itself is warm, rustic, unique and welcoming. The staff are so wonderful and attentive and the food is just to die for! The absolutely mind blowing floristry is all done by the super woman that is Jay Archer Floral Design (seriously, Jay, I hope you’re available for if I ever get married!!!) and she had decorated the whole pub which looked fantastic.
It was suuuuper hot the morning of so Emma’s Dad made the most of the weather by sunbathing out on the decking!
As I said above, I am just *IN LOVE* with Emma’s whole style and also the style of her bridesmaids! Sooo frickin’ beautiful! The girls dresses are from Frock and Frill.
As Emma was crossing the road over to the town hall, there was lots of horn honking from passing cars and one guy shouted “DON’T DO IT!!!” loudly which cracked us all up!
I think I stared at this table (and the cheese) for about 10 minutes before I could pull my eyes away! The cheese tower is by International Cheese.