April is a beautiful month to get married in London, and Alan and Margaux's wedding was no exception. They had an intimate ceremony at Chelsea Town Hall, surrounded by a few of their closest family and friends.
I started the day with Margaux, who got ready at her home in Wimbledon. She wore a stunning elegant white dress. Her hair was stylish but not overly "done". Her makeup was kept natural, with soft hues that complemented her complexion.
As the morning progressed, the excitement began to build, and soon it was time to leave for the ceremony.
The ceremony was held in one of the Chelsea Town Hall's Brydon Room, which is intimate and elegant. A perfect setting. Margaux walked down the aisle with her father.
After the ceremony, we headed to Hammersmith Bridge for some wedding photography portraits. The bridge is an iconic London landmark.
The wedding reception was held at the couple's home, decorated with beautiful flowers by The Flower Appreciation Society. The arrangements featured an array of seasonal blooms, including peonies and roses, in soft shades of pink, white and peach. The atmosphere was relaxed and joyful, with guests mingling and enjoying the drinks and canapes.
As the evening progressed, it was time to head to the Lawn Bistro in Wimbledon for dinner. The restaurant was the perfect venue for the couple's intimate celebration, with its cosy ambience and delicious food.
The evening ended with a heartfelt speech by Alan, thanking everyone for sharing their special day together.
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