Jennifer and Tristan had a truly London Transport themed wedding at the St Albums Church and beautifully white walled 3 Olaf Street in West London. The detail they went into was amazing: the save the dates were customised Tube map pamphlets, the seating plan was an impressive Monopoly board whilst the place cards were personalised Oyster cards on tables named after specific London streets. All the flower arrangements, including the reddy-orange button holes were made by Steph Merton, who gave the proceeds of the floristry fee to charity! The church where they held their ceremony was beautifully decorated with fairy lights and blue lights which created an ethereal atmosphere. Straight after the ceremony everyone ate orange and blue cake pops as a bus-snack on their routemasters to 3 Olaf Street. As well as all the epic London transport themed decor, they had table football and table tennis set up for the guests to enjoy! Check out the rest of the photos for the hilarious and emotional speeches and some fun dancing moments! I also turned their white walled venue into a multicoloured backdrop for a cool couple shot that I'm particularly proud of. Thank you Tristan and Jennifer for letting me be a part of your fun and relaxed wedding day!
By Marianne | Published November 27, 2014
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