Intimate Stationers' Hall wedding: Mo & Myms
Mo and Myms got married at the beautiful Stationers’ Hall, London, over the summer.
I started the day with Myms who was getting ready with her sister, Sabrina at the Club Quarters Hotel by St. Paul’s Cathedral and around the corner from Stationer’s Hall. In between getting their hair and make up done, they were putting the final touches to the traditional wedding favours - sugared almonds in little glass jars.
Mo and Myms decided throw most wedding traditions out of the window and did their wedding day their own way. They wanted a day thay was centred around having fun with their friends and family, so they did. They wanted to spend the time before the wedding taking their couple portraits. If you’re considering doing this for your wedding, or more of a first look as they do in the US, I can definitely recommend it. They were both very relaxed and not worried about running out of time.
We started outside St. Paul’s Catherdral, my favourite building in London, before walking around Paternoster Square and the surrounding areas before heading in to Stationers’ Hall.
After their portrait session, they mingled with their guests in the courtyard at Stationers’ Hall before heading in for dinner in the beautiful main hall. After dinner, the guests filtered through to the ceremony room for the wedding service. Following the service, we had the group photos before the cake cutting and first dance and traditional Lebanese and Morrocan dancing.
Here’s their beautiful wedding.