There were double celebrations on Sunday June 3rd this year – not only was the Queen celebrating her Golden Jubilee with a river pageant on the Thames, but also Lucie and Andrea were married at The Landmark Hotel in Marylebone!
We certainly had a much more comfortable time at the wedding, as some very unseasonal rain and wind made it a bit of an endurance test for those watching the pageant down by the river.
Lucie and Andrea’s wedding ceremony brought together both Jewish and Humanist elements, reflecting the traditions of both families – it was a great combination. After the ceremony, and giving the happy couple a chance to mingle with their guests for a while, we did family group photos and then some shots with the bride and groom on their own, all in the classical and elegant surroundings of the Landmark Hotel.
The Landmark was originally the Great Central Hotel, built to serve travellers on the Great Central Railway to and from Marylebone station, and opened in 1899 – smaller than its counterparts at St. Pancras and King’s Cross, but no less elegant. It makes a great setting for a wedding, as hopefully these photos will show!
First of all – here’s a “highlights” slideshow:
And here are some of my favourites from the day for those that prefer to look through images a little more slowly…