The Savoy Pier is, at the time of writing, going through something of a transformation. Having recently been given permission to be completely redesigned, the new and more ecologically friendly pier (complete with roof top meadow gardens) is due to be up and running in 2013.
Located on the Victoria Embankment, the new Pier is hoping to transform the waterfront. Flanked by the Savoy Hotel and Cleopatra’s Needle, not to mention the impressive Somerset House, the final ‘eye-sore’ of the embankment has been given a facelift to match its imposing neighbours.
To hold you wedding here is to sample some of the best sights in the city. From the world famous Palace of Westminster, to the London Eye to the world famous building lining the Southbank, this is one London venue with the chance to really sample the best the capital has to offer.
Drew and Amy’s wedding at the Savoy Pier was a riot of laughter and fun set against the backdrop of some of London’s most impressive and famous landmarks. Shot before the recent transformation to the new design, the Savoy Pier was still an impressive place offering views of the capital other venues dream of.
We were also blessed by some truly fantastic weather and one of the best city sunsets I’ve seen in a long while.
The day started off at the Four Season Hotel in Canary Wharf before we walked the short distance to the Savoy Pier. Once onboard we enjoyed a cruise down the Thames, sampling the sights during the speeches and partying away to the Capitals beautiful nighttime skyline.
This is one wedding I won’t forget in a hurry and I’ve selected a few of my favourite photos for you to enjoy below…