I’ve been so lucky, this year has started well for me. Wedding Photography at St. Paul’s Cathedral was like a dream come true for me. I still remember, we were driving through the peak district when Jay told me that we would be doing a wedding in St. Paul’s Cathedral in January. Seven years I’ve been in London, I’ve never had a chance to go inside St. Paul’s and this was a dream come true for me.
It started with cold, windy and chilly morning, waiting at a Pub for the groom and his mates to arrive. All of them started coming in in their lovely uniforms. Great guys. Enjoyed spending time with them in the morning before the ceremony. I really wanted to photograph the ceremony, but wedding photography at St. Paul’s Cathedral is really strict. They closed the doors after the first hymn , leaving us hanging out for the entire ceremony. But we still managed to get some good shots through the carved doors. We were so proud of our achievement.
When we came out, I was amazed to see a crowd of at least 500-600 people gathered outside to see the bride and groom. People pushed us to get in front of us so that they could get the picture of bride and groom. I just couldn’t control myself and started laughing. Mike and Amelia’s pictures would have traveled all over the globe by now.
I still can’t get over this wedding. On great couple, great wedding, St. Paul’s and great food. How can I forget food. I had the most amazing food in this wedding. It was a perfect michelin star meal, well presented and perfectly cooked.
Here are some of the pictures from the day that I like.