The Andaz Hotel Wedding
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The Andaz Hotel Wedding

The Andaz Hotel Wedding



The Andaz by London’s Liverpool Street station is an iconic hotel. Formerly the Great Eastern hotel, it has been around since 1884. As a wedding venue, it is quirky, stylish and unique, and was the perfect setting for Angela and Vincent’s London wedding. The day started with the couple getting ready in the hotel, Angela with her sister Allison, and Vincent with his best man, Antoine. After the ceremony, guests enjoyed champagne, canapes and some live jazz, before the wedding breakfast which was served in the stunning, grade II listed 1901 restaurant. With an incredible stained glass dome, it makes a breathtaking setting for a wedding meal. Speeches were conducted in both French and English, with a handy translation guide to help guests out. Later on, the dance floor was opened. Shapes were thrown by all the guests, not just the youngsters, proving you are never too old to boogie on down. Some favourites from Angela and Vincent’s day are below.

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  • Kristian Leven
    Posted at 14:38h, 30 May Reply

    Characteristical Goddard – you always manage to find the moments. There’s one earlier on where the dress and a couple people are reflected in a picture with a red beam streaking across – great shot.

  • David Bell
    Posted at 10:11h, 03 June Reply

    Absolutely stunning photography! Really creative. Difficult to choose, but I think the shot of the dress hanging up and the final shot are my favourites. Very nice indeed!

  • Neil Palmer
    Posted at 21:49h, 20 June Reply

    wow – you were on fire that day Lyndsey !

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