We’re picking up Part 2 with Charlotte about to make her entrance at All Hallows by The Tower.  The sense of anticipation is always magical and this was no different.  The Church is steeped in history and was a fantastic setting.  It’s almost surreal that it’s right at the heart of the City of London.

The service over, a number of confetti-conspirators were lying in wait.  I’m not sure how much Charlotte enjoyed the confetti experience, but the newly-weds were soon leading their guests along the 10 minute walk to the venue.  Thankfully, the weather had remained kind and now Tristan was also able to experience being the centre of attention for the many tourists who were milling around the route past the Tower.  From my point of view, it was a great opportunity for some photojournalistic coverage :)

With everyone having arrived safely at the Dicken’s Inn, the drinks reception got into full swing.  After a while, the guests moved outside for a group shot.  As the group gathered, it became apparent that time was of the essence.  There wasn’t a minute to spare before the skies opened, which is where we’ll start Part 3

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