Wedding at Asia House, London
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I joined Mallika & Guy at the start of their intimate wedding at Asia House. Asia House’s Library room has a very peaceful vibe with plenty of natural daylight. It’s nice to have guests feeling equal with the semi circle arrangement too!
Mala is the Hindi word for garland, usually consisting of flowers bunched together on a string. The exchange represents the acceptance and union of their forthcoming nuptials. The flowers represent excitement, happiness, and beauty – all tied together on a string signifying the marital union. An nice personal touch by the bride’s mother.
Portrait Session at Asia House + Regent's Park
As guests made their way over to the Harcourt in Marylebone we explored Regent’s Park as it’s only a stones throw away. We hopped in a black cab and were there in no time! Red being the theme, I matched Mallika’s striking red dress with the beautifully landscaped rose garden and wild flower garden.
“We are both quite camera shy, but Katy made it a pleasurable experience. Katy was sensitive, professional, courteous and very unobtrusive and we would wholeheartedly recommend her to others!”
STYLISH AND ROMANTIC WITHOUT BEING SCHMALTZY OR CHEESY
Mallika + Guy
Wedding reception at the Harcourt, London
Following the portrait session the couple met their family and friends at the Harcourt pub near by in Marylebone. This beautiful, eclectic bar and restaurant celebrates its Scandinavian heritage with relaxed, European dining and drinking that includes a nod to Nordic cuisine. The bright room upstairs overlooking the street was perfect for an intimate gathering. Formal dining with a relaxed atmosphere!
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