A Stationers’ Hall Same Sex Wedding
My first wedding of the year was a pretty darn awesome one! Ella and Sophia are an absolute joy to be around, which I quickly picked up on during their engagement shoot at South Bank in London. So I knew that their wedding day would be full of smiles and laughter. And I wasn’t disappointed!
Stationers’ Hall is an historic venue that is perfect for hiring out for weddings and events. As a Grade I listed building, it is found right around the corner from St Paul’s Cathedral. It is tucked out of the way from the hustle and bustle of the busy London roads. It is also the home of copyright which drew Ella in as she is a librarian.
Ella and Sophia got ready separately. Ella was at her dad’s house, whilst Sophia was at theirs. When they both arrived at Stationers’ Hall, they did a first look. This is when they see one another before the wedding ceremony. And it was just beautiful!
After they greeted their guests and everyone sat down, they were married in the Court Room. Once they had said their vows and became Mrs and Mrs, we headed out quickly for some portraits. We stopped at the Angel’s Wing statue by Thomas Heatherwick in Paternoster Square near St Paul’s. As well as stopping by St Paul’s Cathedral for an awesome backdrop.
Back inside they were greated by warm hugs and smiles by their family and friends. After the wedding breakfast, there were speeches from parents, the bridal party and the brides themselves. The party was then in full swing as the brides and their guests hit the dance floor in the Main Hall before a couple of night portraits in the garden.
Favourite Photos From Stationers’ Hall Same Sex Wedding