I met with the bridal party at Deepa’s parents’ house in Little Aston for the final stages of the bridal preparations. Earlier in the morning the girls had been to Shear Success in Sutton Coldfield for hair and makeup before returning home to don their outfits. Deepa wore a stunning Enzoani dress which was from The Wedding Dress Shop in London whilst her bridesmaids wore matching outfits from Stacees and ASOS.
Toby looked incredibly dapper in his Duchamp London suit whilst waiting patiently at Holy Trinity Church for his bride to make her way through the traffic chaos of Sutton Coldfield. The Catholic ceremony, which also included mass, was a lively affair conducted by Father Michael Ho. I can confirm with 100% certainty that this is definitely the first wedding ceremony I’ve attended which featured allegories involving chopsticks and telescopic cutlery! With the vows completed, rings exchanged and the wedding certificate signed the bride and groom made their way outside for confetti before departing for their wedding reception at Birmingham Botanical Gardens.
Birmingham Botanical Gardens is a great location for a wedding, it has lots of brilliant spots for portraits as you’re able to use the Victorian glass houses and extensive gardens for photos. Although 2018 seemed like the summer of endless sunshine, Deepa and Toby were unfortunate to have an afternoon of quite heavy rain. Despite this, they grabbed some umbrellas and came out for pictures before heading inside for their stunning wedding breakfast.
For the evening reception Maxdisco got the dancefloor, quite literally, rocking with a selection of party favourites and guest requests. Again, I can confirm with 100% certainty that this is definitely the first wedding I’ve attended which featured tracks from Iron Maiden! Shapes were thrown, human pyramids built and air guitars thrashed. Like and old-school roll of film, here’s 36 photos from Deepa and Toby’s epic wedding . . .
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