Stylish Fun & Natural Institute of Contemporary Arts Wedding Photography
Sophie & Nick had such a fun filled, stylish London wedding back in September. The Institute of Contemporary Arts is such a wonderful historical building with so much character. I just loved all the fashion and fun in their photos! All the lovely supplier details can be found at the end of this post.
Here’s what Sophie & Nick had to say about their photos:
“Hi Kirsty! “I honestly don’t know where to start, I’m so insanely happy with the photos I could cry! In fact I already have several times whilst looking at them and we both shed a tear last night during dinner when we saw your email come through and were too excited to wait and look! I think the people sat near us were a bit confused! I adore every single photo and cannot wait to share them with everyone! You have done the most incredible job and we loved having you there! Thank you an insane amount!”
I just adored the wedding party fashion. I love the mismatched black bridesmaid dresses and the suits with mismatched bow ties. Plus the boys suits were from Primark, what a find! Sophie and Nick definitely stole the show though!
Fun and non-stop laughter
Stylish and modern details
Couple photos at golden hour
I think these photos are my favourite from the day. I loved wondering the city streets with these two.
Neon signs and rocking dance moves
- Venue: ICA
- Dress: Made with Love via Heart Aflutter
- Suit: Beggars Run
- Bridesmaids: Shona Joy
- Hair: Spence & Oliver
- MUA: Spence & Oliver
- Florist: The Flower Shop
- Cake: Bridesmaid Fern Foode
- Music: London DJs
- Food: Arnold & Henderson
- Video: Alice Underwood
- Neon Sign: Bag & Bones
If you’re after Stylish Fun & Natural Institute of Contemporary Arts Wedding Photography or looking for a quirky alternative London wedding photographer get in touch, I’d love to hear all about your plans.
Kirsty is a fun quirky and colourful wedding photographer, specialising in creative documentary wedding photography that tells the story of your day. There’s no stiff awkward portraits, or Chandler Bing smiles; just meaningful moments and life long memories.