I won’t lie, I told Katy and Adam this at the end of the night, but I feel I really nailed this wedding. It was great to shoot, everyone was so lovely, I was on fire and I’m so pleased with the photos! Katy got ready at their flat (which I am struggling to not refer to as a ‘character flat’ because I’m currently house hunting with my boyfriend and I love character properties with grey tones!), and wore a fab vintage, 70’s Bohemian style dress from Elizabeth Avey and shoes from Rachel Simpson. Her bridesmaids wore flowers in their hair (all hair and MUA was by the excellent Katie Coward), but I liked the fact that Katy herself chose not to, which totally bucks the norm that a bride should be the most decked out! Adam wore a very cool blue and white dotted shirt which braces and a bow tie and a Ben Sherman suit. They had the ceremony and the reception at the Round Chapel, which was stunningly decked out in strings of festoon lights. As Adam and his friends are into their music, they took turns to DJ the party before teaching it to the kids and letting them control the dancefloor! Their evening food was pizza from a takeaway across the road, Yard Sale Pizza! I loved everything about this wedding, it was effortlessly beautiful.