When David and Victoria got in touch and told me they were having a wedding at the House of Wolf, I knew I had to shoot their wedding. House of Wolf is this amazing restaurant/bar venue in Islington with a range of quirky rooms, each differently styled. There's a vintage apothecary with a secret hidden room, a decadent room with geometric floors and a red walled fireplace, just endless wicked decor! Victoria got ready at the Rose and Crown opposite Stoke Newington Town Hall where they were due to do the legalities. She wore a very delicate, unique vintage lace wedding dress over a slip, teamed with vintage hairpiece, her owl cuff she always wears and lace ribbon up shoes. David wore a classic suit with a top hat, which went perfectly with his moustachio!
Their ceremony in Stoke Newington Town Hall was so sweet, lots of giggles and some tears! After the ceremony everyone boarded a London routemaster bus to head over to the House of Wolf.
David and Victoria decorated The House of Wolf with lots of vintage 1920's games and booklets, they had a props hat stand and their favourite black and white films projected onto the wall. Their cake topper was a hand drawing by their friend of them sitting on a moon!
The guests started with drinks across the various rooms and had fun playing with the games and fancy dress props
The dinner was held at the top restaurant room...
...But before their dinner we took some quirky and fun couple shots making use of the unique decor!