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Gursharan & Mansimran | Civil Wedding Ceremony | Old Marylebone Town Hall, London

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Gursharan & Mansimran | Civil Wedding Ceremony | Old Marylebone Town Hall, London

On a cold crisp evening in October, days before another nationwide lockdown was announced in the UK, Gursharan and Mansimran made their vows to each other in front of the people that mattered to them most.

The beautiful grade II listed building was opened by Prince Albert on 27th March 1920, with a grand entrance inspired by classic Roman and Greek architecture. With coloums, marble staircases and beautiful nooks around every corner, the venue made for the perfectly elegant backdrop for our perfectly elegant couple.

Originally having their heart set on a warm, summer wedding in the hills of Tuscany, Gursharan and Mansimran put those dreams on hold and decided on an intimate autumn wedding in London to make their vows. With 15 of their closest guests present, Gursharan looked simply stunning as she walked arm in arm with her husband-to-be down the aisle.

The dipping sun, and cool crisp air against the stoney walls of London gave them a soft and classic backdrop for their portraits. In the new era of intimate weddings, this was most certainly a simple yet elegant way to say 'I do'.

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Deepa Shukle Photography

I'm Deepa, a luxury Asian wedding photographer based in the UK. I feel blessed to be able to do what I love, meet the most amazing people and create memories that my brides and grooms will cherish for a lifetime. I have a very natural approach to wedding photography, capturing the big and colourful, and the quiet and intimate with a style that is timeless, creating a legacy that will one day tell a story for future generations to come.

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