A gorgeous registry office wedding at Danson House in Bexley, London.
My 2019 wedding session has come to an end! Sigh of relief from me. The final wedding of the year was Tina and Michael celebrating at Danson House in Bexelyheath, London. This venue, the official Register Office for the London Borough of Bexley, is one of my favourite venues from this year. Danson House was built in 1766 and was originally designed by architect Sir Robert Taylor, who was also the architect of the Bank of England. The warm atmosphere of the venue perfectly fit the elegant vibe of Tina and Michael’s wedding decor and style. Jules Lomax Flowers made all of the classic assorted rose bouquets and boutonnières. Dando London designed the absolutely STUNNING lace wedding gown.
Aside from all of that, what I find so heartwarming about this wedding is the chaos of the preparations in their family home. Tina and Michael have two rambunctious little boys, who littered the house with dinosaurs and other various toys. The television blaring, the dog wiggling through the crowds, and everyone handling multiple jobs to get ready in time. It was real, energetic, and so full of love from floor to ceiling. As perfect as we all want weddings to be, it’s so much more fun to embrace the chaos with laughter.
Tina and Michael held the reception for their friends and family at The Beaverwood in Chistlehurst. After a few drinks and socialising, the couple moved the party straight into dancing and late night nibbles. For their first dance, they were joined by their little boys who wanted in on the spotlight. I had such a fun time photographing this wedding! I want to thank the couple and their family and friends for being so kind during and before their wedding day.
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