Claudia and Lateef's wedding began, as most weddings do, with some bridal preparation shots at Claudia's family home. From the moment I walked in, I was made to feel extremely welcome by her wonderful parents and bridal attendants. Through the unmistakable buzz of excitement and bustle, Claudia herself was surprisingly relaxed for a bride on the morning of her big day!
On the way to Lateef's hotel room, it was evident that they would be blessed with some great weather! After grabbing a couple of photos of him getting ready and enjoying some drinks with the groomsmen before the ceremony, I left for the church.
The ceremony was to take place at the quaint St Georges Church not far from Claudia's house, and after arriving fashionably late, the ceremony was soon underway surrounded by close friends and family.
The fantastic weather continued and after a lovely ceremony, we made our way to the reception venue, a really nice Portuguese restaurant in Kensington called The Village. Again, I was made to feel really welcome, with my own personalised place setting and some incredible food!
After some touching speeches, dancing, a couple of tears and a lot of laughter - I left them with a full stomach and SD cards choc full of memories, knowing that the fun would continue well into the early hours. Claudia and Lateef, thanks for having me along for the ride, your day was simply gorgeous and I wish you all the best in your life together!