Ruth and Avi choose to hold their wedding reception at The Bloomsbury Ballroom on the 12 April 2015, following their wedding ceremony at a nearby West London synagogue: a beautiful building with a rich history.
Ruth looked every inch a beautiful bride, wearing a white mermaid dress with a tulle skirt and beautiful intricate lace overlay. She teamed the dress with a double layered tulle veil and accessorised with delicate drop earrings. Avi meanwhile looked dapper in a modern, slim fitting suit teamed with a pink tie and handkerchief , before later changing into a formal tuxedo for the wedding reception.
The wedding was a traditional Jewish wedding and reflected the couple’s rich shared cultural history. It was a wedding filled with fun, laughter, and hundreds of family and friends. The couple spent much of the evening laughing and dancing with their loved ones, whilst also sharing special moments with each other. The Bloomsbury Ballroom was the perfect venue for this wedding, offering a huge and imposing dance floor that suddenly felt very intimate once it was filled with all of the happy, dancing wedding guests.
The fun nature of the wedding reflected Avi and Ruth’s fun loving and happy personalities, and their love for each other clearly shined through every aspect of the special event. It was a privilege to be a part of it.
Once again, I was shooting as the second photographer with David Morgan for this wedding, which enabled me to really focus on capturing all the beautiful details that the wedding party had worked so hard to create for their special day. It was wonderful to be invited to offer my Jewish wedding photography services and photograph a Bloomsbury Ballroom wedding so full of wonderful tradition, and at such a beautiful venue. If you are holding a wedding at the Bloomsbury Ballroom and are looking for a photographer with experience of shooting at the venue, then please do get in touch.