I give you the wedding of Elise and Pirouz at the Old Royal Navy College in Greenwich.
A wedding to remember? I think so, and for all the right reasons. I was only with Elise and Pirouz for half of their wedding day but I honestly wish that I’d been with them for longer. I really enjoyed their company and also the banter between them and their guests. It was a fun wedding, and that ladies and gentlemen, is what weddings should be about!!!!
Elise and Pirouz had chosen the Admirals House which is located in the north-eastern corner of the King Charles Court of the Old Royal Navy College in Greenwich. I just happen to be the approved wedding photographer at the Old Royal Navy College (shameless plug).
As mentioned earlier I was only with the couple for half of their wedding day so I first saw Elise as she got out of the wedding car. Looking pretty amazing she went upstairs to the bridal suite to relax before the ceremony. This wasn’t the first time I’d met Elise as we’d all met a few months earlier in Greenwich and had a drink together and chatted about the wedding.
Everyone was having a lot of fun when we left and it was clear that the evening celebrations were going to be a lot of fun.
I’d like to thank Elise and Pirouz for asking me to photograph their wedding and thank you for your kind words:
Well, where do I start! You’ve managed to make us lunatics look great- & still capture the fun of the day- AMAZING!!! The feeling of happiness I felt on that day is not one I can recall as it was a happiness I’d never felt before in my life but your photos have help remind me of so many unforgettable moments.
Both you and John (the fluffer!!!) played such an important part of our day & having you there has made the memories even more priceless- thank you SO, SOOOO much!
Yes you were all a bunch of absolute lunatic but that is what made the wedding so amazing. 🙂
A massive thanks as always to the brilliant staff at the Old Royal Navy College. When it comes to putting on a wedding you really know how to impress.
Also thanks to my able bodied assistant/second photographer/fluffer, John Erskine for helping out on the day.