These two are total foodies, running restaurants in Clerkenwell and Columbia Road respectively. The wedding happened at the rather ace, Ace Hotel in Shoreditch. The wedding party then walked to the reception in E2, stopping at Arnold Circus for informal photos, champagne and cuddles with baby Kit.
This was the first time we'd got a cable car to the church. When Colm's best man expressed a fear of heights, we didn't think it would be that bad. 200m later, we realised it was. We were quite relieved to go back down by car, following Colm and Maria in a vintage Fiat 500 as it snaked through the Tuscan countryside.
We first met Chloe and Alex when we photographed their friend's wedding in the South of France. Back in the UK, Chloe's wedding took place in the rolling Somerset hills and was a beautiful mix of bohemian style and classic touches.
We were surprised to see that Slash from Guns N' Roses was a guest at the wedding, until we realised it was actually Brian May. He was later joined on stage by Freddie Mercury, as they kicked off an amazing set of classic Queen anthems. We weren't big fans of Queen before seeing The Bohemians. We are now.
A frosty morning in Chelsea was warmed up by an incredible gospel choir at the local church. After a short walk from the church to a Chelsea townhouse, guests were treated to a cosy and intimate candlelit dinner, followed by drinking and dancing into the small hours.
This wedding featured some of the most entertaining speeches ever, with Emer taking the mic and recounting how she and Rick first met. Guests were treated to a tour of Kew Gardens, while the bride and groom whizzed off in a golf buggy for a few photos in the majestic surroundings.
Jen and Ben's wedding took place in the beautiful Cotswolds. Jam jars filled with wild flowers guided guests to the marquee. A truly multi-generational wedding, all ages partied into the early hours with the help of a dedicated Jagerbomb bar!
Getting married just a couple of days before Christmas gave Beth and Sam's wedding a lovely, wintery feel. In a barn in the gorgeous Gloucestershire countryside, guests dined and danced under a 20ft Christmas tree.
This wedding was FUN! As well as the group of French uncles in sparkly bowler hats doing Breton dancing, each table was presented with a bottle of tequila. When the bottle was finished, a bell rang out in the marquee and the table cheered…another bottle appeared and the drinking got very competitive.
Katrina works in fashion and this was a super-stylish wedding with super-stylish guests! Married in the stunning surroundings of Syon Park, highlights included: Katrina's amazing Lanvin dress, vases full of hydrangeas and roses, Katrina and Guy's dance to 'It Had to Be You' and a magnificent, towering cake made from choux pastry profiteroles.
Lucy and Jack tied the knot at an amazing hilltop church in Cabris in the Côte d’Azur. The wedding weekend merged French and English traditions and the couple left the service as Mr and Mrs in a vintage Porsche 914, complete with tin cans, spoons and forks tied to the back (wedding trivia fact: this noise is thought to scare away any evil spirits).
Running a bit late, Katy got to the church just as Rev Pete (aka coolest vicar ever) was about to leave for another wedding! Luckily, Pete the groom was still there. Glynde Place, next door to the church and tucked away in the South Downs, provided a stunning backdrop for a wedding full of love and laughter.
Kat and Chris got married in a gorgeous barn in Sussex. A real winter wedding, the groom and ushers all followed the country theme by wearing tweed waistcoats and flat caps. After a cut-throat shave the men started to get ready, before driving to the church in a vintage camper van. A proper, English, country wedding.