Mackenzie and Cameron – Dartmouth House
Long distance relationships are tricky. I’m not saying that from personal experience but from that of our many couples who have endured them in order to get to that magical moment when they finally get to marry. For Mackenzie and Cameron that distance was that of Canada and England as they sealed their union at Dartmouth House in London followed by a blessing at the exclusive Chapel Royal on the grounds of St James’s Palace.
ackenzie and Cameron celebrated their day at Dartmouth House in Mayfair, London. What better place to celebrate the coming together of two families from around the world than in the home of the English-Speaking Union that is Dartmouth House.
A surprise to all were the custom and super emotional vows that Mackenzie and Cameron read during their ceremony. We do love when our couples do this as it’s a true way to express yourself during one of the most intimate moments in your life.
After their civil wedding ceremony at Dartmouth House our couple and their guests hopped onto an old London Routemaster bus and headed off to the super exclusive Chapel Royal in the grounds of St James’s Palace. This isn’t a venue anyone can have a blessing in as it is the Queen’s own private chapel where most recently Prince George was baptised.
Unfortunately, the queens copyright does not allow for video to take place within the chapel and we had to sweet talk some well armed policemen to let us into the courtyard to film the confetti as Mackenzie and Cameron exited the chapel.
Their photographer for the day was the hugely talented Surrey based wedding photographer Jonny MP and if you check out his website you may be able to catch some great shots from this and other weddings.
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