“Both Rosie and I really appreciated your unobtrusive style”
Chelsea is pretty unique. It’s like a town all of its own, inside London. A very cool town full of very cool people. Whenever I’m visiting there’s a real sense of buzz and I remember on this particular occasion sending a message to my wife whilst walking around prior to starting coverage that read “I’d like to move to Chelsea”. There’s always that impending lottery win I suppose…
The day started with me joining the boys for lunch at The Brown Cow on Fulham Road where we spotted Prince Harry also enjoying a little bite to eat. I was mindful here (as I always am) not to attract too much attention as the last thing I wanted to do was make any of the other diners feel uneasy. From The Brown Cow I made my way to the bride’s family home before moving onto All Saints Church for the ceremony and finally Bluebird for the reception.
Bluebird in London is one of the regular haunts of the Made In Chelsea stars, a couple of whom I spotted whilst enjoying my (delicious) burger whilst the guests enjoyed their wedding breakfast. It’s a very, very cool venue. Upstairs in the main bar the clientele were all impeccably dressed and downstairs in the Bluebird café trendy twenty-somethings gossiped and drank champagne.
Rosie and Tom had private access to one of Bluebird’s dining rooms and it played the perfect backdrop to their special day. They even had a secret dance floor hidden off to the side which was only revealed when the couple began their first dance!
Below you’ll find some of my favourite Bluebird Chelsea wedding photography. We’d love it if you left some love in the comments section below and please feel free to share this on your favourite social media sites too.