The Peasant Pub in Clerkenwell London

What do you get when you put two photography-mad and delightfully quirky London-loving French people together with a slightly nuts wedding photographer? This!

The ceremony was at Islington Town Hall and the party was at The Peasant pub in Clerkenwell London.

Suppliers (and the bride’s wonderful comments):
Anna Pumer (me!): “OOOOOHHHHH, ANNAAAA ! Such an amazing photographer ! So talented. People loved you. It felt so natural to have you around. Loved your laugh and all your crazy ideas. Everyone was asking, “she is crazy, where did you find her ???”. Now we are getting so many WOWs on the sneak peek.”
DJ: Lee Harding “You put the dance floor on fire, everyone told us this DJ is the best they ever had in a wedding !!! Most of all you were having as much fun as us all!!”
Hair and make up by Alicia: (http://londonweddinghairandmakeup.co.uk/) “I had never felt so glam in my life. So did my bridesmaids. So professional, so committed, so skilled… and so nice. Your schedule was perfect.”
The Peasant: (http://www.thepeasant.co.uk/): “wow, the place, the food, the service, the crew was AMAZING in adapting to the event, even to last minute changes. The dining room was stunning with things we had delivered the day before. Perfect venue on every aspect!”
 

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Planning a London wedding?

Here are a few more The Peasant weddings:

The Peasant wedding – Zoe and Paul
Star Wars themed wedding at The Peasant – Simon and Hannah

Other awesome London wedding venues are:

The Asylum, a beautiful crumbling old chapel
The Proud Archivist, a funky riverside venue
The Swan at the Globe, a restaurant overlooking the Thames
Prince Albert in Camden, a funky pub
The Alma, a cosy pub

 

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