London Burgh House Wedding
Burgh House in London is a beautiful 18th Century Historic House in Hampstead, North London. It’s been a private dwelling, an Officer’s Mess and barracks. It was home to Rudyard Kipling’s daughter in the 1930’s. Since the 1970’s, it’s been owned by the local council, and together with local residents has been refurbished and opened to the public as a museum. With so much history, and a fantastic location in North London, it also makes a perfect venue for a Burgh House wedding.
Ceremony in an Oak Panelled Room
Ida and Luke’s family and friends gathered there towards the end of the Summer to see them marry. The oak panelled music room was the perfect setting for an intimate wedding ceremony, followed by a drinks reception in the Peggy Jay gallery. The wedding breakfast and speeches were back in the Music Room, before the first dance started the evenings celebrations.
Here’s a selection of my favourite photographs from the day. If you’re thinking about Burgh House for your wedding venue, please have a look at some of my other London weddings, then get in touch to see whether I’m available to be your wedding photographer. Or check out some Morris Dancers at a wedding.