Jane Walsh, 30, married Westley Thurley, 34 at St Stephen's
Trust in Rosslyn Hill, London, in May 2012. She says:
"We chose a London theme as we were both born there.
The seating plan was made from an Underground map, while each
table was named after a Tube station and had London bus and tax
salt and pepper shakers.
Our menu was written in Cockney rhyming slang - we had 'Charlie
Drake and Greasy Lips' (fillet steak and chips) - and the cakes,
which were made by my mum, were decorated with images of the London
Our guests arrived on a Routemaster bus, we had a fake postbox
where guests could 'post' their wedding cards and we hired a Pearly
King and Queen to act as toastmasters."
Photography by Nazarin Montag; www.nazarin.com
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