Wedding Photography at Museum of the Order of St John
London really does have some great wedding venues, and this was the first time I’d been booked for wedding photography at Museum of the Order of St John. This hidden treasure in the heart of the city traces the history of a charity that dates back over 900 years. The magnificent Chapter Hall would be the setting for the ceremony later, but I started my coverage with Stuart at the nearby Crown Tavern where the guys were having a quick pre wedding pint. I then caught up with Sue who was getting ready at the superb Zetter Townhouse, just across the road from the wedding venue.
Wedding Reception at The Peasant Pub
After the ceremony, there was confetti outside before the guests made the short walk to the Cloister Garden for some canapés and drinks. We took a little time for some group photos and couple portraits before heading to the last venue, the Peasant Pub on St John’s Street, for the wedding breakfast and dancing. It’s a great London pub, used exclusively for weddings at the weekend.
Check out the highlights slideshow above. If you were a guest at this wedding and would like to see the full set, please ask Sue and Stuart for the gallery password and head over to the Client section. You might also be interested in some Clissold House wedding photography, or the Museum of London Docklands wedding photography.
Kaz Fernando. Kazfernandomakeup.co.uk
Violets and velvet. Violets and velvet.co.uk
Friend – Jim Biggs
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