Lauren and James wanted to ensure that their friends had fun at their wedding – after the actual act of getting married to each other, this was their most important aspect to their day. Well, I know that their friends and family had a ball. I have NEVER seen a dance-floor so packed, so early, and remain packed all evening. Lauren and James had a church wedding and then all of their guests were taken by vintage bus (a Routemaster and a gorgeous single decker that operated in South London from 1953 until 1976) – the party most definitely started on the buses, and continued when we arrived at The Artisan in Clerkenwell. James and Lauren sneaked away into The Zetter Townhouse for a few photos before making an entrance to their party, and speeches were an ad-hoc affair, but none the less moving and funny for their informality. The wedding breakfast was pie and mash (my favourite!), fish and chips and salads, followed by a fantastic cake table. Then the celebrations continued with more dancing, a few more stolen moments for portraits, and partying into the night. But the photos will start at the beginning of the day, so grab a cup of tea and enjoy! Huge thanks again to Hannah from Casey Avenue for second shooting with me.