Shan and Rob tied the knot at Camden Registry Office, and afterwards took a canal boat ride down to their Shoreditch warehouse wedding venue Shoreditch Platform.  This wedding oozes chic style and I love the use of Gold in the little details. Shan and Rob wanted to have a really fun wedding that was all about having a great time with the people they loved the most. They weren’t afraid to just go with whatever they wanted as a couple for their wedding day. Equality is important to both of them and they broke a lot of traditions and got creative with what felt right for them. Shan walked down the aisle by herself, gave a speech and invited her Maid of Honour and mum to give a speech at the reception. I really love it when women take active parts in a wedding day

Wedding ceremony at Camden registry office followed by a Shoreditch warehouse wedding reception. Image by Parrot & Pineapple Wedding Photography.

Tell us how you met and got engaged…

I met Rob through friends of friends at a small festival in Wales called Free Rotation. We’ve been together a few years and then just decided to get engaged after a chat together. We were on holiday in Amsterdam at The Vondel Park, there was no ring but it was still magical!

How would you describe your wedding theme?

Urban, city wedding with low fuss and maximum vibes!

Gold bridesmaids and a Vera Wang bride outside an East London Warehouse. Shoreditch warehouse Wedding. Image by Parrot & Pineapple Wedding Photography.

What were your favourite details?

All the details that our friends and family did for us. My very talented friend Natalie made gorgeous invitations and wrote each invite by hand using her calligraphy pen. I loved the wedding cake as my Mum made it, and being big but rival foootball fans had a little fun by having Thierry Henry & Dimitar Berbatovas cake toppers. My maid of honours mum decorated the venue with her beautiful simple flowers and vases. Last but not least the DJ sets! My husband being a DJ certainly made the music.

Football wedding cake toppers - Arsenal and Tottenham figures.  Shoreditch warehouse Wedding. Image by Parrot & Pineapple Wedding Photography.

Was your favourite part of the day?

Being on a canal boat sailing through central London, champagne in hand, eating the empanadas my bridesmaid had made whilst surrounded by close family and friends. My father also painted four canvases of places that were special to myself and Rob, which were displayed behind the bar.

Bride and guests on a canal boat heading to a Shoreditch warehouse Wedding. Image by Parrot & Pineapple Wedding Photography.

How was your day unique?

Equality played a big part in our day – we wanted a variety of people to speak so I asked my mum, dad and Maid of Honour to deliver a speech as well as my husband and his brother (best man).

What made you choose Shoreditch Platform for your wedding venue?

The fact that there was no corkage charge, we could have our own caterer, it has a super sound system and it was open until 3am. We wanted somewhere that wasn’t “weddingy” and we found it!

Bride and groom stroll through Kings Cross en route to a Shoreditch warehouse Wedding. Image by Parrot & Pineapple Wedding Photography.

Tell us about your wedding outfits and why you picked them…

I knew I wanted plain, plain, plain! Originally I was desperate to have long sleeves but luckily I chose against the idea seeing as it was 28c on the day. Rob has dark hair and blue eyes so a navy suit was the way to go. I love gold so we went for a few gold touches – my shoes and Robs tie.

Bride, bridesmaid and groom laugh and smile on a London street.  Shoreditch warehouse Wedding. Image by Parrot & Pineapple Wedding Photography.

What was your biggest expense?

There was no big expense really. Considering we have free booze and food and 110 people we think we did pretty well ok our budget.

How did you save money?

We worked backwards from the total and simple set an amount to save each month. We knew we wanted to get married within a year so we decided to reduce our extravagances for a year. Our parents were very kind and each gave us the same amount to avoid any money awkwardness.

What was it like working with me?

You were absolutely incredible! Both commanding and relaxed all at the same time. You helped us to organise the day excellently and the end result was stunning! We love our photos.

Bridesmaid delivers a speech at  a Shoreditch warehouse Wedding. Image by Parrot & Pineapple Wedding Photography.

Advice to any couples about to get married?

Put your hands out in front of you count your fingers – that is how many people who you are probably going to piss off! So just accept that people will get upset and annoyed and stick to the plan that you and your partner want!

Ensuring people don’t have to spend a lot of money to be with you on your special day makes the whole thing more relaxing! So go for free food and drinks rather than overpriced details that no one notices.

If you’re planning your own Shoreditch warehouse wedding and looking for a photographer that’s not going to make you do boring and cheesey stuff then get in touch with me! You can see my prices here, read what other people think of me here and contact me here

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Wedding Venue: Camden Registry Office

Wedding Reception: Shoreditch Platform

Wedding Dress: Vera Wang

Make up: Jules Daniels MUA

Grooms Attire: Paul Smith

Bridesmaid Outfits: Zara

Transport: Canal cruise

Food: Paella Inc.

Personalised paintings: Brides Father

Décor: Handmade

Cake: Brides Mother

Flowers: Family friend

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Shan and Rob's ultra cool Shoreditch warehouse wedding. Click through to see more photos and details of this East London industrial chic urban wedding.