This relaxed and intimate Marylebone wedding was always going to be a joy to capture.
The gorgeous bride, Catriona, is actually from the same part of Ireland as me – we even went to school together in Tipperary – so it was wonderful to re-connect with her in London all these years later. Not only is she a highly-respected architect, she also oozes style and confidence and is one of those really fun, relaxed people who everyone loves to be around. Her new husband is just like her, and together they made their wedding day exactly what they wanted it to be: low-key, laid-back and full of laughter.
Catriona wore an utterly fabulous pink Maison Margiela dress with a contrasting magenta coat, both from Selfridges, which is where the bridal party also started their wedding day. The talented team at Daniel Galvin took care of the hair, with a make-up artist from Charlotte Tilbury creating a modern bridal beauty look afterwards. After a quick change into their outfits back at The Marylebone Hotel, the small wedding party gathered for the ceremony in the Soho room at Old Marylebone Town Hall.
Laughter and joy abound, the guests made their way to Texture, a Michelin-starred restaurant run by Icelandic chef Aggi Sverrisson. There, the guests relaxed with champagne and more laughter, followed by some incredible Scandinavian food. The whole day was a pleasure to be a part of, and it reflected the couple’s personalities so perfectly.
Congratulations Catriona and Stuart, I wish you a lifetime of love and happiness!
If you’re planning an informal and intimate London wedding in a style that reflects who you both are, I would love to capture it for you! Get in touch here and tell me all about it.