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A Beautiful Wedding Story

Sabrina and Alex had their stunning sunny wedding in March of 2019.

Alex wanted to make Sabrina's dream of a fairytale wedding come to life. Her favourite old church, a dress fit for a princess, and a floral theme that fairies would envy. He worked tirelessly for months to ensure everything was perfect and pretty as a picture. And in this case - it certainly was!

Perfocal photography was on-hand during the day to capture the exquisite wedding.

Alex and Sabrina's day was perfection. Photo by Perfocal Wedding Photography

The Fairytale Ceremony

The venue, guests and decorations had been perfected. The only thing now was to find a photographer. Perfocal had this handled - the couple didn't have to worry about finding a suitable photographer for their wedding, on top of everything else. This couple's wedding story was sprinkled with sunshine and happy, smiling faces. The joyful event was captured by a great Perfocal photographer. All they had to do was make a request, and they were matched with a professional wedding photographer, local to them, who was available on their big day.

Sabrina and Alex could rest easy knowing their photographer, Marta, would be armed with a camera on the morning of their beautiful wedding.

The couple greet each other outside the Kinightsbridge church. Photo by Perfocal Wedding Photography

On the sunny March morning, the grand Knightsbridge church had been decked out with arrangements of fairy-like leafy tendrils, and each close guest was seated in the old Victorian pews.

The church was garnished with leafy bouquets and gave the ceremony an ethereal feel. Photo by Perfocal Wedding Photography

After the reception, everybody congregated on the church steps to congratulate the couple and wish them a happy life together. Friends, family and children exchanged warm words and smiles on Sabrina and Alex's happy day.

Old friends congratulated Alex on the steps of the church. Photo by Perfocal Wedding Photography
Everyone (even the smallest) had come down for the big day. Photo by Perfocal Wedding Photography

As the guests went to enjoy the warmth of a local tavern, Sabrina and Alex braved the brisk London streets to capture their love story in the sunshine.


The Couple's Moment Alone

Alex and Sabrina have some photos taken on the London streets. Photo by Perfocal Wedding Photography

Sabrina's bouquet, like the arrangements in the church, was a marvellous bunch of circular leaves and white sprigs of flowers. She wore similar such flowers in her hair, giving her the look of an ethereal bride. Alex's boutonnière complemented Sabrina's bouquet, and the couple looked even more perfect together.

The professional pictures had a timeless feel. Photo by Perfocal Wedding Photography

Marta took some award-worthy shots of the couple's wedding story to be remembered forever.


Inside the Chelsea Tavern

Guests gathered round for drinks and cheer. Photo by Perfocal Wedding Photography

Sabrina and Alex made their way to the pub where their friends and family were waiting. They mingled and drank cocktails to celebrate the happy occasion. In the spirit of the wedding theme, the pub was garnished with sprigs of tiny white flowers, and guests' name tags included the flourish of a little round leaf.

Tiny polaroid camera and scrap-books (and masks for the kiddies!) Photo by Perfocal Wedding Photography

Memory books and polaroid cameras were dotted about the venue for guests to record the fantastic day.

This little guy was almost as popular as the bride. Photo by Perfocal Wedding Photography

Finally, everybody sat down to eat and enjoy the day dedicated to Sabrina and Alex's wedding story, and the happy years to come.

The beautiful table setup for the fairytale feast! Photo by Perfocal Wedding Photography

Perfocal is completely honored and humbled to be part of such a picturesque (literally) wedding story. We're so glad we could help to immortalise these special moments, and make Sabrina and Alex's day one to remember.

Cheers to the happy couple!