Two cultures, two glorious days of joyful London weddings for Maiuran & Rona, with York Place Studios
A brilliantly creative journey through not one wedding day but two: York Place Studios capture Rona and Maiuran’s London wedding with humour, playfulness and the most incredible eye for detail. If you want to have the most possible fun on your wedding day(s), knowing the moments captured will be authentic, colourful and stand the test of time – London wedding photographers York Place Studios are the absolute best.
This Cecil Sharp House wedding makes me smile every time I see it. There’s an ongoing story thread I love, involving a tube with children in it. This is brilliantly documentary in style – in a year when stories and family connections will feel more important than ever, it couldn’t be more perfect.
Maiuran and Rona’s Hindu wedding was at Leyton Great Hall (1A Adelaide Rd, Leyton, London E10 5NN)
and their civil ceremony the following day was held at Cecil Sharp House (2 Regent’s Park Rd, Primrose Hill, London NW1 7AY). York Place Studios captured both – as documentary wedding photographers their talent fits perfectly with any ceremony style. While they’re often asked, “when do you get time to pursue your personal photography projects outside of weddings?” they say, “every wedding is so creatively fulfilling for us right now that it feels to us just like a fun, personal project. When you love what you do as much as we do there’s no desire to go travelling until after the wedding season is complete.” I think that fascination with capturing people shines through in their award winning wedding photography.
If you’re planning your wedding and looking for authentic, documentary wedding photography, do check out York Place Studios. They’re based in London and travel worldwide, shooting weddings large and small (read about their micro wedding photography here) – and we LOVE them for keeping our feet on the ground and our faces all smiling and happy.
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