The No Photos Allowed Wedding

Here are a few of my favourites from a recent wedding. It was a real mix-of-cultures wedding, appropriate for the UK. Chinese tea ceremonies, church ceremony, then Chinese banquet. Being Church of England, I wasn’t allowed to take photos during the ceremony, but the very nice priest did allow some at beginning and end, plus we could take portraits in the church afterwards (for which we used some off-camera-flash).
Then we went on to a secret garden my clients had found (photos attached), but as we found out afterwards, we weren’t supposed to take photos there either (there were no signs though!) – but that’s another story…

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