Garden Museum London Wedding

Katerina and Marcus’s wedding day couldn’t have been any more beautiful. The sun was out most of the day. And even though rain did make a swift appearance, it was perfectly timed just after everyone had gone inside for the evening reception. We had a whale of a time and we feel so lucky to have met you two. You are just the sweetest couple and we wish you guys the happiest of lives together. We also want to thank you for having us! We adored your unusual venue and all the gorgeous flowers and colours everywhere.

Here are a few words from our Bride to inspire all the brides-to-be!:) Katerina, thank you for sharing this story with us!

“A wedding is all about love… and decisions. When it comes to the decisions I had to make, it helped to remember the important ones. First and foremost, it had to be the right groom (done!). Secondly,  the right dress, which in my case was a piece of art made by my mum who reused lace from her own gown that had been made by her and her mum. And last but not least, the best wedding photographers. Everything else was up for discussion. Long before we settled on a venue, we had decided that Dorota and Michal were the photographers we wanted. With many loved ones traveling from 7 countries and 12 cities to celebrate with us, we wanted such a rare gathering to be captured with the photojournalistic eye. Dorota and Michal had been recommended to us by an excellent London photographer who was already booked. She said ‘I think they are the best photographers in Europe. I wish I had booked them for my own wedding.’

I am not a photographer, but I know this: our wedding photographs captured the love we hoped would unite our guests. They are photos that tell the true story of our big day, and, like all good stories, they never seem to get old. I can see us finding new dimensions to our memories every time we see them.

Thank you, Dorota and Michal. You were everywhere and you managed to flexibly fit in each moment’s circumstance. You were reliable, professional, and you unleashed all your talent and effort on our day making us feel very special, and fortunate for having found you. We love the photos, and we think we love you too.”


Wedding gown, veil, shoe embellishment, hairstyle all by the Bride’s mother, Hui-Ling Mavroidis from concept to execution.
Lace on gown and veil reused from Hui-Ling’s own gown which she made together with her mother (the Bride’s maternal grandma) forty years ago.