Category Archives: Multi cultural weddings

I loved photographing Vickie and Ross’ city DIY wedding on this beautiful, sunny day! So much colours, so much vibrance and so many cute details and well chosen venues in East London. So it was really nice to see it featured on English wedding blog this week. See more and read the couple’s inspiring interview on English wedding blog.

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Remember this fantastic wedding celebration? A multicultural 2 day wedding – Day 1 featuring a Hindu ceremony and day 2, a catholic ceremony followed by a western cocktail party. Last week, I had the great pleasure to see their first day featured on the Beyond Beyond wedding blog!

Who would believe that this wedding photography is from eh…. North London? Don’t we all think that it looks like totally shot somewhere in India? Nope, the Oshwal Centre hosting this lovely venue and an actual temple, is situated on the green slopes of Potters bar.

Want to see some more from this colour- sparkling wedding, that I photographed in London / Hertfordshire? Just follow the links! Day 1 The Hindu celebrations and Day 2 The catholic/western celebrations

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North West London wedding photography – Pitzhanger Manor Ceremony and Clay Oven Suites reception

Ish & Ralph. Looking stunning in their traditional wedding gear! As a ceremony location they choose Pitzhanger Manor. Its neat and slightly Grecian interiors – a touch from its 1800’s architect owner – complemented their style really well. (And what makes me really go “photographer wow” – and which you don’t always have as a London wedding photographer: the manor has a fantastic garden!) Here are some of my favorites from Ish and Ralph’s beautiful autumn wedding…

By London wedding photographer Louise Bjorling

Venues: Pitzhanger Manor in West London and The Clay Oven Suites in Wembley

I loooove the grounds surrounding Pitzhanger Manor. Some really fantastic features is on offer for the couple’s portraits – you can just keep shooting all day long amongst archways and gigantic flowers and curious trees, or around the stream at the back of the mansion. Ish and Ralph where in for an extra treat with the autumn colours just coming out.

And I was handed a little expert assistant! Here he is in action, helping me out with the shots for Ish and Ralph’s portraits:

After the portrait session we headed for their reception, which was held in one of the stunning suites of Clay oven in Wembley.

Congratulations Ish & Ralph! And thank you for letting me be part of your day!