London Engagement Photographer – Wapping

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Vicki and David are getting married in Tower Bridge next month and I couldn’t be more excited! I love living in London myself so the thought of photographing a wedding in one of it’s most stunning and iconic landmarks is like a dream come true. For their London engagement photography shoot Vicki and David chose Wapping, where they live, as the backdrop and were keen to incorporate the River Thames and Canary Wharf in the photographs. I always encourage couples to pick somewhere that means a lot to them as the setting for their pre-wedding shoot, so Wapping was perfect. It’s also a part of London that I’m not familiar with so I had the most fantastic afternoon, in the warm sunshine, exploring the area and hearing all about their wedding plans.

One of my favourite shots from our engagement session is the first one of the blog, where Vicki and David are walking next to the River Thames, arm in arm, completely forgetting I’m there (which is the way I like it!) with the fantastic backdrop of Canary Wharf just the other side of the Thames.

Another favourite is the last of the blog where we found this bright blue doorway in Gulliver’s Wharf. I love the old brick wall, the pop of blue colour and the way Vicki is on tip-toes reaching up to hug her fiancé.

This couple were so lovely and such a laugh that I really can’t wait for their wedding in Tower Bridge. If their engagement shoot was anything to go by then I think their wedding day is going to be one of most chilled out weddings I’ve ever photographed!

If you’d like to book a photography session, whether it’s for your engagement or your family, in your favourite part of London, please do get in touch on hello@alexakidd-may.com or 07813 816335. I’d love to hear where your favourite location is and include it in your images.

 

 

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