A Colourful Wedding at Roast in Borough Market

This post A Colourful Wedding at Roast in Borough Market first appeared on The Wedding Community Blog

Bride and groom under colourful umbrellas in Borough Market

We have serious wedding swoon today over Anna and Dil’s totally amazing wedding styling.

A gorgeous beaded wedding dress, floral bridesmaid dresses, dapper tweed suits, cool balloons with tassels (everywhere!), amazing flowers, fun tablescapes, and the colours… well just wait and see! Oh and the boat ride and dancing on the Southbank to the buskers… I mean, come on, what else does a wedding need?

It looks like Laura of Babb Photo had an brilliant time capturing totally awesome wedding…

“We wanted to get married somewhere meaningful and that encompassed all the things we like doing, such as eating good food, drinking wine and having fun! London and the Southbank are really special to us both, as I spent many weekends there with my family when I was younger, and Dil moved there from North Wales to go to university.

Bride's headband on statue

Bride's headband on statue

Wedding dress hanging in doorway

Something old, something new, something borrowed, something blue

Pink bags with gifts for bridesmaids

Colourful bouquet on mantelpiece

Bride having eye make-up done

Father of the bride reading card

Bridesmaids helping each other with dresses

Bride looking in mirror

Bride spraying perfume

Bride walking down corridor

Brown shoes

Groomsmen getting ready for wedding

Pink tie

Rolex watch

Wedding rings

Groomsman doing up tweed waistcoat

Groom fastening jacket

Groomsmen walking to wedding

Groomsmen walking past Post of London Authority sign

“As I grew up as a Catholic a church ceremony was really important to me, and although I rarely go to church now, marrying in church was something that I’d always wanted to do. Father Tom of St Etherdreda’s church was really helpful, and on his advice we decided not to have a full Catholic Mass – as Dil isn’t Catholic it wouldn’t have been fully inclusive to us both.

Wedding order of service

St Etheldreda's church

Vases of flowers in church for wedding ceremony

Groom and best man anxiously waiting for bride

Father walking bride down the aisle

Bride and groom in church

Choir on balcony of St Etheldreda's church

Bride and groom looking up

Wedding ceremony in St Etheldreda's church

Bride and groom looking at each other in church

Bride and groom walking back down the aisle

Wedding guest holding ticket to wedding reception

“As I love balloons they were in from the start. We used them as markers for our walk along the Thames, which was a great way to show everyone the route. It was a bit windy though and they did get wrapped around a few tourists!

Bridesmaids with pink and yellow balloons

Bridesmaids crossing the road with balloons

Reflection of bride and groom in window

Bride and groom walking along River Thames in London

Bride and groom walking in Southbank London

“As we can be quite restless we wanted to move about during the day, which is why we decided to have a party on a boat on The Thames. This was fantastic as it meant we could have a bit of outdoor space if the weather was nice.

Wedding reception boat on River Thames

Wedding guests looking over side of boat

Wedding reception on boat

Wedding guitarist

Wedding guest dancing

Groom wedding speech

Bride and father listening to wedding speech

Bus going over Waterloo Bridge

London Bridge written on bridge

Butlers Wharf, London

Tower Bridge

Bride dancing to busker in London

Bride and groom dancing to busker in London

Wedding party walking through London

Wedding party walking through London to wedding reception at Roast

“I got the idea for our flowers after visiting South Africa with my mum, years ago. There was a wedding in the hotel that had a huge display of little vases of flowers, and from there I was set on having them for my wedding. We wanted really bright colours, so Andy, our florist, used individual flowers in each vase to create a colour block effect which tied in with the colours of my bouquet.

Wedding welcome sign at Roast, Borough Market

Wedding table with Hyde Park table name

Wedding table with The Gypsy Moth table name

Wedding tables in Roast, Borough Market

Balloons tied to wedding tables

Long wedding table with colourful table flowers

Colourful wedding table flowers

Colourful wedding table flowers

Colourful wedding table flowers

Colourful wedding table flowers

Bridal party in Borough Market

White bridesmaid bouquet Bright, colourful bridal bouquet

Detail on bride's wedding dress

Bride surrounded by large pink balloons

Bride and groom by red shutter

“I just can’t stop telling Laura of Babb Photo how great she was, and everyone has remarked on how brilliant our photos are. She has honestly captured the true spirit of our wedding day.”

Bride sitting on groom's lap

Wedding guests outside Roast in Borough Market

Wedding guitarist

Wedding caterers preparing food

Cheese stack wedding cake

Wedding food

Wedding guests taking selfie photographs

Bride and groom dancing

Wedding guests dancing

Wedding guests altering wedding sign

Bride and groom

Bride and groom by wall under spotlight

Anna and Dil Got Wed cinema sign

Images © Babb Photo

Ceremony Venue: St Etheldreda’s RC Church, Ely Place

Wedding Breakfast/Evening Reception Venue: Roast, Borough Market

Boat: Thames Luxury Charters

Wedding Hotel: The Rookery

Bride’s Dress: Jenny Packham

Bridesmaid Dresses: Maids to Measure

Groomsmen Outfits: Walker Slater

Hair: Premlee Ramasamy

Make-Up: Danielle from Michelle McGregor

Flowers: Wild About Flowers

Rings: Burt and Gurt, Hatton Garden

Balloons: Bubblegum Balloons

Cheeseboard: Neal’s Yard Dairy

Afternoon Band: Lady and the Tramps

Evening Band: The Bears

Stationery: Wolf and Ink

Day Stationery and Posters: Rebecca at RLA Wedding Designs

This post A Colourful Wedding at Roast in Borough Market first appeared on The Wedding Community Blog

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