An Interesting London Wedding Venue
London is an amazing place to be a photographer, of any sort, but especially a wedding photographer. Obviously every wedding I photograph has it’s own characteristics. While my style of documentary wedding photography means that the people and the emotions are the most important element of the day, the venues have a huge impact on how the wedding photography looks. So I was really excited to provide this Museum of London Docklands Wedding Photography.
Islington Town Hall Wedding Ceremony
Though before that I began with Katherine’s preparations at The Four Seasons Hotel. After her prep in London’s Canary Wharf I jumped in the car with Katherine and her Dad to head over to Islington Town Hall.
It’s a venue I’ve photographed ceremonies at many times before, and you can see just why it’s so popular. The council chamber is large enough to accommodate a good number of guests. Yet the circular configuration means that it does have a bit of an intimate feel. That, along with the beautiful feel of the wood paneling and corridors makes it a great London wedding venue.
On to a London double decker bus for the journey over to the Museum of London Docklands for the reception. But not before a quick stop on London Bridge for a couple of wind swept portraits with the River Thames and Tower Bridge in the background. The Rum and Sugar was the venue at the museum for the reception, and it looked fabulous. I was able to make use of the great lighting there to make some interesting portraits, and capture a bit of the atmosphere during Katherine and Dave’s first dance.
Would You Like Me To Provide Your Museum of London Docklands Wedding Photography?
If you’re thinking about getting married at Islington Town Hall, or looking at the Museum of London Docklands for a reception, send me a quick enquiry to see if I’m available for your date. Of check out The George Vaults wedding photography. For another great London venue, check out this Round Chapel wedding photography in Hackney.