Hackney Town Hall Wedding

A beautiful East London Wedding at Hackney Town Hall with the reception at the Bistrotheque.
Susan and Adam chose the outstanding Hackney Town Hall to celebrate their wedding. The venue is a beautiful example of art-deco architecture in East London.
The assembly hall has been recently restored, taking us back to the sumptuous grandeur of 1930’s.
The ceremony was simple, sophisticated and impressively short. They made their way from their home by black taxi, a real expression of London life.
The guests walked from Hackney Town Hall to the Bistrotheque, the short distance was happily covered by everybody and the mood was lifted by the champagne served at a local pub on the way.

Bistrotheque

They rented a private dining room at the Bistrotheque, for a very relaxed and trendy celebration. It was formerly a warehouse in Bethnal Green, probably one of the coolest in the East London area.
The room was quite minimalistic but the flowers by Rebel Rebel and the cake by FrenchMade made it visually truly outstanding.
The lights were dimmed and real candles created a grand but romantic atmosphere.
Susan and Adam opted for this urban location for the uncluttered but stylish vibe, a grand piano music accompanied the beautiful evening.
The extra-large illuminated letters with the word LOVE made a real theatrical impact.

I would like to wish Susan and Adam a wonderful life together.

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  1. Jessica Schilling /

    Lovely wedding and details!

    • Paola De Paola /

      THANK YOU Jessica, your comment really means a lot, particularly because you’re not based in the UK. I really love your photography because it is so unconventional and offbeat. I personally dislike traditional staged wedding photography, so old-fashion and definitely ‘not my cup of tea’ (every English say 🙂 Paolaxxx

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