This was my third wedding at the glorious Sunbeam Studios in West London. The building (originally called the Talbot Works) was the first purpose built car factory and showroom in the UK, opening in 1903. It’s so light and airy, and the ceilings are incredibly high. It’s an amazing event space for weddings and photo shoots etc, and I feel honoured to now be a ‘preferred supplier’ at the venue. I really can’t wait to be back there again.

Katherine got ready at The Laslett in Notting Hill Gate. Her make up was done by one of my favourite make up artists, Tamzin Cummings. Katherine had chosen the prettiest Ritva Westenius dress and sparkly Jimmy Choo shoes and her flowers were by Hiding in the City. She looked beautiful.

Once ready, Katherine and her father travelled to Sunbeam Studios where Dan was waiting. The ceremony was amazing, very emotional and heart felt. Not a dry eye in the house! Drinks and canapes were served on the terrace, and then the 120+ guests moved into the larger of the two spaces for the wedding breakfast. The evening ended with a fantastic band called All Lit Up.

I must thank Katherine’s incredible wedding planner, Sarah from Emerald and Mae. She was unflappable and calm, and she ensured the whole day ran like clockwork. Not easy with a wedding on this scale. I can’t wait to work with her again. In case you weren’t aware, wedding planners can actually save you money!

A bride has her Charlotte Tilbury lipstick applied. Jimmy Choo wedding shoes A table full of Charlotte Tilbury make up A couple pose outside the Sunbeam Studios in West London A couple pose in front of blue doors at Sunbeamm Studios a wedding cake at Sunbeam Studios A wedding reception at Sunbeam Studios. a bride and groom cut their cake at Sunbeam Studios

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