An international wedding at Chelsea Town Hall

London is such a thriving international city where people from two different hemispheres can easily meet. Zineb and Graham were married last weekend at the beautiful Chelsea Town Hall and had a relaxed reception at the Phene gastropub without all the fussy formalities.

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In the Brydon room, the tone of the ceremony was solemn and serene. The groom, his father, and brothers all wore traditional Scottish kilts, while the bride's family wore a rich mix of gold and vibrant sultan designs.

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Following a few tears after the ceremony, a heavy rain storm greeted us outside. Though there were immediate challenges, everyone was quickly lost in the excitement of celebrating with the new couple and umbrellas of all different patterns and sizes fluttered opened, adding to the diversity and festivity of the day. I always say to the Bride during our pre-wedding consultations: "never fight the rain"; today was one of this good example.

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After some set couple photos in the charming streets of Chelsea, it was time for Zineb and Graham to savour the first hours of their new married life.

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True love has no colour.

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