Today I am thrilled to share this gorgeous styled shoot in London where city chic wedding meets classic timeless romance.
The setting was the flagship venue of Camm & Hooper’s venue collection, the Banking Hall which sits in the heart of the bustling city.
Designed in the 1930s, the Banking Hall has refined Art Deco styling and—as a former bank—walls that hold the history of the city’s financial heritage.
The concept for the wedding shoot had to be timeless as the Banking Hall is such a statement space.
We wanted to set the scene of a very London Love story and keep it fresh and fashion-forward. Mixing monochrome tones with flashes of gold, we kept the styling minimal and chic.
We added a contemporary twist with the floral sculptures created by the team at Your London Florist.
The Banking Hall is a broad canvas on which to paint the details of a wedding to remember.
Having been used as a location for films and fashion shows in the past, this elegant venue with its marble stairway, counting room bar, and sweeping main hall is versatile, iconic, and full of rich aesthetics.
Our couple’s table is set for a banquet with modern glassware from White House Crockery kissed with gold and sculptural floral displays added an air of intimacy to this romantic love story.
Textured foliage, fanned leaves, and geometric vases added infusions of edginess and an abundance of long-stemmed candles lit the room in a warm glow.
Our bride’s draping off the shoulder gown from Naomi Neoh also added subtle boudoir appeal for a romantic evening and the groom’s sleek Hugo Boss black suit was the perfect classic pairing for a traditionally romantic look.
Photographer – Eva Tarnok Photography
Creative Director / Planning and Styling – Love from Mwai
Art Director – Mandorla London
Shoes – Freya Rose
Suit – BOSS
Makeup – Megan Edwards
Hair – Gemma Holiday
Florist – Your London Florist
Cake – MonAnnie Cakes
Stationery – Karamele Stationery
Head piece – Eden B studio
Ribbons – Silk & Purl
Glassware and Cutlery – White House Event Crockery
Model – Model Students