Technically speaking this, I know is not an engagement shoot, as Natasha and Dean were married the month before. The plan was to do this photoshoot before their wedding but due to schedules we agreed and arranged to do a “Just Married” photoshoot instead. So, a month after Natasha and Dean’s amazing 1930’s inspired wedding, I caught the train from Manchester down to London with my assistant to photograph the bride and groom while they still had their wedding glow in their hometown of London, England.
As always, I asked the couple to pick the location so that it remained personal to them. We met at the London Eye, in Westminster, Big Ben was in the background and Westminster Bridge, the day was perfectly overcast. I was instantly impressed with Natasha and Dean’s outfits – perfect for a hazy Autumn day.
Natasha and Dean came prepared with umbrellas that coordinated perfectly with their retro wardrobe.
We took a casual stroll towards Westminster Bridge, I took photographs as we went so that I could capture natural body movements… asking the couple to hold hands and keep in contact with each other throughout, stopping now and again for more formal shots.
I love that the couple both wore suede shoes and I love even more their attention to detail with their accessories…
BEAUTIFUL couple! Inside and out 🙂
Photography: Tanya Weekes
Location: London, England