January 1, 2017 / Wedding
Wedding in Greenwich - Chalene and Jeff
A great and vibrant Wedding in Greenwich with a lovely couple! On August I had the opportunity to work with the talented and dear Laura Lees on an amazing Wedding in Greenwich. That beautif...
A great and vibrant Wedding in Greenwich with a lovely couple!
On August I had the opportunity to work with the talented and dear Laura Lees on an amazing Wedding in Greenwich. That beautiful city, worldly known by the line that divides the world, remember? It is really near to London and today I’ll bring to you the story of Chalene and Jeff!
First of all, I must praise Laura. She is such a wonderful photographer to work with! Again I was a second photographer (like on Sarah and John’s wedding! ) therefore I could go for what I like to register for a wedding.
Seems like Chalene and Jeff are the kind of couple that live life to the fullest. They are Londoners and met through Match.com . Yes, a relationship site that connects people! That is a quite modern love story, isn’t it?
They had an AMAZING celebration and party at The Royal Navy College in Greenwich , a beautiful place that you probably have seen in a famous pirate movie with Jhonny Deep. In addition, also known to be the best place for weddings in Greenwich!
The Celebration had beautiful and tearful speeches that definitely will mark everyone’s memory. Their dinner was served in a remarkable room of the venue. And finally the part I like the most: the party was purely fun! Probably they had the time of their lives! Everyone dancing, enjoying and shining! (That great energy that flows from us when we are more than happy!). Up to the very last dance! Kids, friends and family, all together celebrating this day of joy. Just the way I like it.
In addition, the couple is now enjoying an extended honeymoon. Yes, they “gave up it all” to travel the world for 6 months!
Thank you all for the great experience of being a photographer in Greenwich! A city which I hope to be back soon to live another love story through my lens.