The Electrician’s Shop Wedding
Trinity Buoy Wharf in London’s has two incredible venues; the light and airy Chainstore, and the intimate, fairy-lit Electrician’s Shop. Hannah and James got married on a crisp November day and had their ceremony and reception at The Electrician’s Shop. It’s such a great venue for a winter wedding as it’s very cosy. It has lots of exposed brickwork and an industrial feel, and it’s full of lovely twinkling lights.
Hannah got ready at the nearby Crowne Plaza Hotel on Royal Victoria Dock. The hotel has spectacular views of the Thames and was flooded with light; perfect for getting ready photos. Over at Trinity Buoy Wharf, James was having a few alfresco drinks with his pals to settle the pre-ceremony nerves.
The ceremony took place in the basement of The Electrician’s Shop. It looked so pretty with low lighting, candles and fairylights. Drinks were enjoyed in the adjoining room, and during this time we took a stroll around the grounds for some pictures. Trinity Buoy Wharf is not only one of the best London wedding venues, but it’s also home to London’s only lighthouse. Couples getting married at either the Chainstore or The Electrician’s Shop can climb the stairs to the top and have some photos taken. Given it was mid-November, the sun set quite early and luckily for us, just before everyone sat for dinner.
Dinner and speeches were followed by an almighty tower of Ferrero Rocher and coffee. After the inevitable caffeine and sugar rush kicked in, everyone hit the dancfloor. Some favourites from this winter wedding at The Electrician’s Shop are below.
Electrician’s Shop Wedding
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