Urban Romance…A Belfast City Wedding
By This Modern Love

As much as I love a good rustic wedding, sometimes you can’t beat a classic city setting! I’m lucky enough to be in London for a few days, so I thought why not bring a bit of urban chic to the week, and share this fun filled wedding from dream team, Tim and Claire of This Modern Love! Set in the centre of bustling Belfast, the glamorous Ten Square Hotel, was the perfect venue for Lauren and Lewis’s Valentines Day nuptials. I love that they weren’t afraid to push the boundaries with their wedding portraits, embracing the potential of a car park for some seriously loved up urban scenes!

Claire let me in on a little more about these love birds!

“Lauren and Lewis got married on Valentine’s day in Belfast city centre. Lewis is from England and Lauren is from Belfast. When they met at university, it didn’t take long before they realised they’d met the one! It was so fitting that their wedding was on Valentines day – they were one of the cutest couples we’ve ever worked with and literally didn’t stop looking at each other all day long. They were amazing to photograph as well, and didn’t bat an eyelid when Tim suggested that they might want to use a multistory car-park for some of their portraits. They even managed to make that look romantic!” 

Thanks so much to Tim and Claire of This Modern Love for sharing their gorgeous work, there’s lots more lovliness to be seen over on their blog, so enjoy!

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2 Responses to Urban Romance…A Belfast City Wedding
By This Modern Love

  1. I love city chic weddings !!! The first photo is absolutely fantastic!!!

  2. Hey! Thanks Sona :) And thanks Ciara for featuring Lauren and Lewis’ wedding. It’s so great to see them up here :)

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