QUEENS HOUSE, GREENWICH WEDDING PHOTOGRAPHER – EMILY AND WILL

Imagine the scene – a cold, foggy day in December in arguably one of London’s most beautiful places surrounded by thousands of years of history. The fog giving an eerie and ethereal feel to the whole place. Now imagine a wonderful couple and an absolutely INCREDIBLE venue and what do you get? ONE EPIC WEDDING! 

That is exactly what Emily and Will’s wedding was! Perfect in every detail. I love it when couples plan their wedding in the finest detail and work out what will make it different, how they can let their personality shine through on their special day. It was clear that this is exactly what Emily and Will had done! They originally looked around the Queens House in hard hats during the recent restoration. This just goes to show what a beautiful venue it is even in pieces! After the ceremony and drinks reception at the Queens House, Emily and Will decided they’d get everyone over to their favourite local Davy’s wine vaults for a beautifully intimate reception and after party. It was truly picturesque to say the least!

Emily and Will met at University 9 years ago at Jesus college. It wasn’t quite love at first sight but since their first date at The Royal Oak pub on the 29th November 2008, they haven’t looked back! Eight years, two degrees, a PhD, a legal qualification, two trips round the USA and one cat later, they thought it would be a good time to make it official and finally tie the knot. Will popped the question overlooking the Great Salt Lake in Utah in September 2015 and now in December 2016 they’re husband and wife and what an incredible start to their life long journey together!

I truly wish you both all the best and just want to take a quick minute to thank you and both your families (including a special mention to Emily’s mum Kate for introducing us) for having us. It was a true honour to photograph your day and I hope we can meet up in the future and remember the whole day again!

Now time for the photos,
Will

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