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September 10th 2017

Tommy loves Naz

Jesus marries a unicorn in a massive greenhouse, a Horniman Museum wedding


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“Thank you so much for the amazing photos and teleporting us back to our magical day. You encapsulated all of the joyous energy and fabulous love of our guests as well as all the pretty sparkles. You’ve made us look like the ‘unicorn’ and the ‘Jesus’ that we are at heart.” Much Love Naz & Tommy

We love a unique wedding!

When these two wonderful people approached us and asked us to photography their Jesus marries a unicorn alternative wedding we were hooked straight away. Then we found out it was taking place at the taxidermy displaying Horniman Museum in London, how could we as no?

Everything about Naz and Tommy’s wedding was exciting and magical, from the little creatures on the bouquet all the way through to the ice sculpted unicorn. It was just like being in a wedding fairytale.




Where did that amazing wedding dress come from? Pauline Cheney Parker. I fell in love with a Japanese designer dress which was way out of my budget and I’m a lucky enough to have a costume designer uncle who helped me realize my dream as well as a very generous mummy.


What made you choose your venue for your wedding? We love the Horniman Museum and Naz is a bit of a Victorian conservatoryophile, it allowed us to be inside and out at the same time. It’s such a pretty building. And having everything in one place plus being able to have a dog ring bearer made it bi-winning!!!!!


What were your favourite part of your wedding day? It was all so magical but the ceremony was what it was all about and being married is the best thing from the day.


What made you choose your details and styling for your wedding? We wanted something that represented both of us. The invitations were born out of our tag line, Jesus marries a unicorn. We’re both pretty creative and enjoyed having a creative collaboration in the nation. We built the wedding arch together from internet purchases and various aquarium shops as we wanted a sci-fiesque feel. We made our own bouquets and buttonholes as we wanted everything to be unique and personal to us.


Who made that magical unicorn rainbow cake? Vanessa at Munchpops created an awesome mood board after listening to our rambles which was spectacular so we went with her and we’re glad we did as the cake was scrumptious!!!


Do you have any tips and advice for other couples planning their wedding? Enjoy it and relish the moments. As the old cliche goes, it rushes past in a blink of an eye. Keep sight of what is important which is the union of love.


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