Diana and David’s wedding took place in the ancient and atmospheric church of St Etheldreda in Ely Place, London, the oldest Catholic church in England, and their reception was in The Crypt, directly below the church, where in 1531 Henry VIII and Catherine of Aragon hosted a Grand Celebration which lasted five days and nights. I don’t think this wedding was planning on lasting that long…
I was able to combine my contemporary style of wedding photography with unobtrusive reportage photography to record the events of the day, while also creating some beautiful portraits of Diana and David in and around Smithfield Market. I was also able to smoothly shoot some family groups in front of the church.
Diana got ready with her sister and the two mums at The Fox and Anchor pub, also in Smithfield, London, and was then driven to St Etheldreda’s Church in a white London taxi, with her mum, who would also walk her down the aisle. David had two Best Men just to make sure, and the evening was completed with some very boisterous Ceilidh dancing.
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