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Bespoke Emma Beaumont wedding dress at the Town Hall Hotel

Bride and groom, confetti, just married,

Emma Beaumont first came onto my radar at the end of 2016 when I saw a breathtaking design on Rock My Wedding. You’re going to love the bespoke gown that Emma Beaumont has created for Beccys wedding.

Anthony and Beccy hosted their wedding day at The Town Hall Hotel in Bethnal Green. This was another first for me…it was going to be an inspiring day!

Lucy Davenport Photography, Town Hall Hotel, London wedding, Rock My Wedding

Anthony and the groomsmen wore Dress2Kill and headed over to a pub across the road before the ceremony. It was a great spot where they could enjoy the late summer sun.

Lucy Davenport Photography, Town Hall Hotel, London wedding, Rock My Wedding, groomsmen, ushers lunch

The Town Hall Hotel oozes inspiring details and unique qualities. The Art Deco interiors, the Council Chamber and the Corner Room below with the recognisable lighting. Beccy and Anthony had been for a date night here the previous year. They loved that they could have a London wedding with everything under one roof. The ample guest accommodation was a bonus too – even guests who live in London chose to stay too.

Lucy Davenport Photography, Town Hall Hotel, London wedding, Rock My Wedding

There was a definite air of calm for the morning prep. With her maids staying at The Town Hall Hotel too, there was ample space.

The bespoke Emma Beaumont design that Beccy wore was a halterneck dress with a separate, long sleeved heavily embellished top. With the open back it worked perfectly with the dress.

The bridesmaids wore the multiway dress from Coast. The subtle dusky pink shade worked beautifully with the venue and Beccys dress.

The Council Chambers is a stunning setting for a wedding. With the tiered seating, everyone has a great view and with such a unique feel it creates a real buzz.

With no registrars available for their wedding, Anthony & Beccy were legally married the day before at Islington Town Hall. For their wedding day they had a humanist ceremony which they loved because it was so personal, funny and so fitting for them.

If you’re a regular reader you’ll know I’m a BIG fan of the confetti shot. This moment was everything! Joy, fun, celebration and utter carnage all in one shot.Using the exterior steps of The Town Hall I was able to create formal photos with a difference to the usual line up.

The light stone and soft sun created a beautiful backdrop for the couple shots. All of the guests had been invited to the drinks reception which left Beccy & Anthony with some time to themselves.

Pianist Jon Nickoll played thorughout the drinks reception. Beccy & Anthony had gone to the Savoy for cocktails the night they were engaged and Jon was playing there.

Blackboard table plan

This seating plan was a work of art! With a series of yes and no questions to guide guests through to find their correct table. Reminded along the way of how they met the couple and memories.

The wedding breakfast stemmed across several rooms with the top table at one end. Greenery and creams brought a fresh look to the space.

The Emma Beaumont top had come off to reveal the evening party look. The energy level was sky high with The Soul Brothers performing.  Great singing and awesome choreography!

 Brides advice: We genuinely enjoyed the whole planning process. Consider this a part of the wedding and don’t let yourself get stressed or you’ll feel like that on the day too. It is so nice to be planning something so personal to you, and so special. Treasure every minute of that too.

Emma Beaumont press

Anthony & Beccys beautiful wedding has been featured on Rock My Wedding. They are huge fans of Emma Beaumont – head over to the link below to see more of their wedding and other EB brides!

I’m always so grateful to Wedding Venues & Fashion magazine for their support. A double page spread in their latest issue and so good to see my favourite ever confetti shot in print!

Wedding Venues magazine spread of Town Hall Hotel
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