Time for Part 2 of Emily and Ned's glamourous London wedding.

Did you see the photographer, Matt Parry's lovely comments on Part 1? Now there's a man who loves his job!

Part 2 is all about the glam black and white shots, the opulent ceiling at the Savile Club, the lovely lilac details and the fun filled reception…

The Wedding Music: Processional Rondeau (Abdelazer) – Purcell. Recessional: Toccata (Symphonie) –Widor. First dance: Just the way you are – Billy Joel

Personal Touches: Any special cultural/family traditions? We had a tea ceremony during the reception!

The Photographer: Why did you choose Matt Parry to capture the intimate moments of your special day? Liked what we’d seen, liked who we had met, easy going nature and knew he would do a fab job!

The Flowers: Simple off white roses done by Mother of the Bride. In goldfish bowls on the dinner tables and in urns around the room. Just wanted something simple and easy to arrange.

The Entertainment: Just had a DJ and lots of dancing!

The Cake: Vanilla sponge cupcakes from our local family bakery in Carshalton. Cream coloured icing with lilac roses. Delicious.

The Details: Along with the flowers, we had little perfume bottles with individual roses, photos around with us as babies and of our parents and grandparents on their wedding days. We made salted caramels as favours, enclosed in white boxes decorated with lace. We put customized photos of guests in their favour boxes, using yearbookyourself.com, for a bit of a laugh. {Such a fun idea!}

Favourite Moment: What special moment will stay with you forever? No one single moment, the whole day was special and perfect.

Any Advice For Other Brides? Just enjoy every moment including the preparation. It’s all such fun and there is no reason whatsoever to get stressed! Also comfortable shoes are KEY!! Don’t waste your money on ridiculous heels that you will NEVER wear again.

{For supplier details, please see Part 1}

Many thanks and best wishes to Emily and Ned, I hope you're enjoying newly married life! And thanks again to Matt of Matt Parry Photography. It was such a priviledge to feature your stunning photography.

To see more of Matt’s photography check out his website and, for his most recent shoots, take a look at his blog.

Finally, here is my favourite shot of Emily and Ned's beautiful wedding. I adore this photo as it just screams old Hollywood glamour:

Doesn't it look like something from a classic black and white film…?