I promise you this is the last part of Tanya and Thomas engagement session. Blame me- we had so many beautiful photos that I’m excited to share! I decided it’s too much to put all in one post. The final one- probably the cutest of all as we had the photo session at Peggy Porschen. The pastel dreamy cafe with alluring flowers galore located in Belgravia is the most photogenic spot in this area. Head to this way for every bit of sweetness.
Tanya and Thomas travelled across the continent and arrived in London after they got engaged. They wanted to cherish this chapter of their life with this beautiful engagement session. The photo session was set up in Summer time which brings lots of vibrant colours, fun and full of energy. Their love stories as Londoners; enjoying Summer picnic in the Kensington Park, an afternoon tea in the Ivy Chelsea Garden and strolling through dreamy neighbourhood in Belgravia. Follow their romantic journey this way.
It was a love at the first sight with St Dunstan in the East while I stumbled upon this charming spot through some articles about London. Something is so magical about the greenery hanging and creeping the ruins of this medieval church or the tranquility of this place. Tucked away from the busy street, it is located in between the Monument and Tower Hill business district. A hidden gem- the place you would not expect to find in the heart of the bustle of London. I pinned this place in my mind and thought it would be the wonderful spot for an engagement photoshoot.
Peggy Porschen is a cute cake shop behind Victoria Coach Station. You simply can’t miss spotting this little pinky corner in Belgravia. This dreamy pink cake shop is looking pretty with the floral arch this Chelsea Flower Week.
I had so much fun exploring Kew Gardens last weekend. This was my second visit and I still feel I need to come back again! I found it was very therapeutic to wander around this huge park, spoil your eyes with the shades of green, visit the glasshouses, have a picnic surrounded by beautiful blooms everywhere.