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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.

Two cultures, two glorious days of joyful London weddings for Cecil & Rona, with York Place Studios (24)

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.

Two cultures, two glorious days of joyful London weddings for Cecil & Rona, with York Place Studios (33)

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These two gorgeous, adventurous souls were married back in December 2019 in Thirsk. We love the personal touches and eclectic styling of their wedding: Naomi is stunning in a beautifully detailed Pronovias gown and the smiles are just what we need to brighten a chilly winter day! With love and thanks to a wonderful couple – Naomi & Pete, we salute you! and much gratitude to Yorkshire wedding photographer and #englishweddingmember M and G Wedding Photography for sharing their fabulous images of a cosy and eclectic winter wedding.

With love,
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Naomi & Pete's unique and eclectic Crab & Lobster wedding, with M and G Wedding Photography (20)


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This morning couldn’t have worked out better. I want to end 2020 on a really positive note – and with the most heartfelt thank yous to our wonderful couple Sophie and Chris, I’m about to share something AMAZING. This year has been heartbreaking – we’ve lost people, we’ve postponed weddings, we’ve missed everyone we love. My friends and wedding creatives have suffered unbelievably, and for many of us, I know we just want to write off 2020 and start over with a fresh and positive 2021.

But that’s no way to end the year for a wedding blog, is it?!