‘Just looked through the photos, they look absolutely insane – you’re so talented! Every single one… you knew exactly what we liked, what we wanted; you captured all our friends and family perfectly and most importantly you caught us at our peak. They are just incredible – thank you, from the bottom of our hearts.’
Trinity Buoy Wharf Wedding Photographer
I’ve shot my fair share of weddings in London, but never before at Trinity Buoy Wharf. I’ve wanted to shoot a wedding here for so long that, when Zina and Dines originally got in touch, I was immediately excited to hear more.
When the day finally arrived, it did not disappoint. Amazing sunshine, bright shipping containers, a steel band, jerk chicken, amazing music, incredible food… oh, and one other thing…
The Party To End All Parties
There’s a few reasons I don’t limit the number of hours I shoot on a wedding day. A major reason for this is that I get to be a part of some pretty amazing parties! Zina and Dines’ day has to be the pinnacle of this! Hands down has to be one of the best dance floors I have ever seen, and I see a few!!! With their friends and DJing and the cocktail bar flowing, it’s not often you see the groom get up on stage with the mic but this is exactly what Dines did and he did not disappoint!
Huge thanks once again to Zina and Dines for having me there – it was a blast guys!
Planning: Chris Adnitt Events Venue: Trinity Buoy Wharf Catering: Mama’s Jerk + London Basque Kitchen Bar: Cocktail Hire Flowers: Birksen Hair: Victoria Ralph MUA: Stefan Jameel DJs: @K1R3Y + DJ Ange P Video: Songbird Cake: Cutter & Squidge Photobooth: The Photobooth Guys Dines’ suit: Hackett Zina’s dress: Grace Loves Lace Zina’s shoes: Stuart Weitzman