Katy & Ben: A match Made in Chelsea

Forget Millie and Professor Green, Katy & Ben were the loved-up stars of Chelsea last summer! They tied the knot at the historic Wren Chapel, part of the Royal Hospital, Chelsea and their nuptials were lit up by blazing sunshine and blue skies - perfect conditions for this sophisticated London wedding.

The proceedings commenced under the impressive domed ceiling designed by Sr Christopher Wren, with images of cherubs and angels (painted by Sebastiano Ricci in 1714) gazing down on the bride and groom. The atmosphere was uplifting as the chapel choir sang, surrounded by beautiful flowers carefully arranged by Ron, one of the Chelsea Pensioners. Katy's mother proudly walked her down the aisle to the groom, who was eagerly awaiting the arrival of his glamorous bride.

Katy was resplendent in a floor-length white dress, by Caroline Castigliano, cleverly incorporating a gorgeous lace bolero, and tastefully accessorised with pearl drop earrings and a simple yet stunning pearl necklace. Katy's hair was styled by Michael Van Clarke and her make-up by Jenna West.

There was a very feminine theme to this wedding, with the five bridesmaids wearing elegant, floor-length soft pink satin dresses. Attention to detail was picked up in the pink ties of the groomsmen and the bridal bouquet, which featured pale pink rosebuds nestled amongst the white – artfully designed by Wild About Flowers.

The newlyweds departed for their next destination in style – in a blue 1952 vintage Rolls Royce (provided by Lord Cars) for a suitably glamorous arrival at One Great George Street, Westminster, where the next part of their celebration took place. The guests' ride was quintessential London – a couple of traditional Red Route Master buses – in which they sipped on the couples' home-made 'Fisher's lemonade' and got into the party mood!

The whole day was expertly crafted by the talented team at Flutterfly Events, led by Erika Unbehaun and executed by the charming and creative Nadia (Weddings by Nadia). So much thought went into the design of the reception, from the London-themed table settings to the cute macaron favours by Anges de sucre, the ever-entertaining photo booth supplied by Picture Blast and the original white bespoke letterbox into which guests could pop a note. A quirky caricature picture of the happy couple was also on display for guests to sign as a memento. The traditional tiered wedding cake was a stunning centrepiece, designed by  the Abigail Bloom cake company and accentuated the floral decorations in the grand dining room.

After the wedding feast it was time to make merry on the dance floor. A jazz band from the Royal Academy of Music played first then made way for 'Hot Rocks' who really got everyone into dance mode! All in all, a wonderful celebration of love, London-style, and a wedding to remember!

Bride in front of gold statue in Central London

Groom and groomsmen outside the Wren Chapel, Chelsea

Groom in morning suit leaning against pillar

Side by side detail shots of bridal bouquet and buttons on back of wedding dress

Bride holding bouquet of white flowers with bridesmaids dressed in pink in background

Mother of bride wearing a hat and matching cream outfit

Bride at entrance of chapel, surrounded by bridesmaids dressed in pink straightening her veil and dress

Bride walking down the aisle with mother and bridesmaids

Elderly female guest dressed in yellow holding order of service and singing

Black and white shot of bride and groom sitting next to each other during the service

Detail shot of wedding guest's leg and traditional kilt

Groom putting the wedding ring on bride's finger at the altar and priest conducting service

The newly married couple walking down the aisle together smiling, with Wren chapel ceiling above them

The wedding party gathered outside the chapel

Bride and groom kissing outside the chapel, with gold statue behind

Black and white shot of bride and groom from behind, holding hands leaving the chapel

The black Rolls Royce wedding car

Bride smiling getting into the car

Four shots of guests inside and outside the London Routemaster wedding buses

Signage of 'One Great George Street'

Three shots of a bottle with retro straw, bridesmaid holding bouquet and detail of buttonhole

Three shots of guests at the wedding reception laughing, taking photos and holding drinks

Detail shots of framed seating instructions and pink floral table decorations

Four detail shots of mini frames, letter tray, initial stamps and caricature canvas signed by guests

Side by side shots of a white postbox with bride and groom's name and an easel with a caricature of the bride and groom

Black and white ariel shot of wedding party looking up with confetti falling from above

Black and white shot of bride and groom looking up in front of staircase with confetti falling on them

Ariel shot of bride and groom looking up as confetti falls from above

Bride and groom kissing in front of staircase with confetti falling around them

Black and white shot of bride and groom smiling with confetti falling behind them

Groom looking up into confetti falling from above and smiling

Interior shot of reception room with painted ceiling, lights and tables

Side by side shots of table decorations, candles and place settings with London landmarks

Detail shot of table name 'St Pauls', decorations and candles

Four tiered wedding cake on table in reception room

Detail shots of wedding cake including bride and groom and edible flowers

Detail shot of place setting with cutlery and macaroon favour

Basket with white flip flops for guests

Three shots of guests dancing with hands in the air

Bride and guests wearing giant novelty glasses

Black and white shot of bride and groom surrounded by guests on the dance floor

Black and white shot of happy couple dancing in front of band

Detail shot of candelabra with low burning candles