A Cultural London Wedding
When Nada and Zac asked me to provide their Chandos House wedding photography I was looking forward to another interesting London wedding venue for the first time. The wedding was a true mix of cultures. The historic house hosted Zac’s French family with some of Nada’s family travelling from Sudan.
The preparation as well as the ceremony were at the central London mansion house. Thankfully, this made the usually tricky logistics of a London wedding a little easier to handle. The house itself sticks out from its neighbours. It’s constructed with Craighleigh stone, imported from its original owners’ Edinburgh quarry. is unique amongst it’s neighbours. Today’s owners, the Royal Society of Medicine, use the 17 bedrooms and multiple function rooms to put on a great party for wedding guests.
A great venue for telling the story using photography
We shot a few group photographs on the steps of Chandos House. We followed that with a couple of portraits between courses and before the speeches and cake cutting. There was then a quick outfit change before a Sudanese ceremony led into the First Dance. Because of the nature of these historic London Houses, there are always some great spaces. It’s easy to find interesting light to allow me to really explore some great creative wedding photography.
Would you like me to be your Chandos House Wedding Photographer?
If you’re planning a wedding at Chandos House, and like my documentary style wedding photography, then take the next step and check my availability. I’ll get back to you with some more information about my wedding photography, and full prices. Popular Summer dates tend to get booked around 12 to 18 months in advance, so please get in touch early to see if I’m free on your date. Here’s some more great London weddings – Asylum wedding photography, RSA wedding photography and Old Royal Naval College wedding photography.