Francine and Peter were married at All Saints Church in London with just nineteen guests. Because All Saints Church is incredibly large and elaborate with high, vaulted ceilings, they decided to fill up the space with the voices of a beautiful choir.
After leaving the church, they went for a meal and reception at Sketch Restaurant in London, a very trendy eatery in the heart of the city.
Here we can see the splendor of All Saints Church as the bride and groom, standing together at the altar and surrounded by the choir, appear dwarfed by the massive room.
The bride arrives at the ceremony where her groom waits for her at the altar. The way is led by the priest as the bride and her father walk down the aisle together.
The small choir stands at podiums in the church, singing, with their music spread out in front of them. The room is lit by only a few atmospheric lights.
After the ceremony, the bride and groom exit the church. The groom leans in to kiss the bride as guests throw confetti around them.
Standing outside the church now, all the guests wave goodbye to the bride and groom as they leave in a white vintage car.
Sketch Restaurant England Wedding Venue photo of The bride and a few of her close family members sitting together
The bride and a few of her close family members sit together, sipping champagne in a sunny room as they all look at the bride’s ring.
Sketch Restaurant England Wedding Venue image from the reception - a family member delivers a speech
During the reception, a couple of close family members deliver speeches, smiling the whole time and sharing their joy with the room.
At last alone, the bride and groom stand together in a dimly-lit corridor, the groom’s arms wrapped around his now-wife in this private, romantic moment.