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Wedding Photography at Asia House | Westminster Register Office

This is the first time I’ve had the chance to share some of my wedding photography at Asia House with you. Asia House is a Georgian Townhouse in the heart of Mayfair, that Westminster Register Office use for wedding ceremonies. It is an alternative to Mayfair Library, and is just up the road.. There are a number of rooms you can choose for your wedding ceremony, but for this wedding, we are in the Library. This is a lovely room with great daylight coming in to light up the bride and groom during the wedding ceremony.

The registrars here are the usual Westminster team,  so you are in good hands. Asia House do not permit throwing confetti on their steps, unfortunately. They are concerned it might stain their marble steps. So after the ceremony. I usually take clients around the corner, to one of the cobble stones side streets so typical of the area, for our confetti throw. And regular readers of this blog know how much I love a good confetti throw!

And so here we are at Asia House for Leon and Jans’ (short for Jansen), wedding. It was a lovely February morning, and even though it was a little chilly out, the sun was doing its best for us.

The groom arrived first with his family and friends, and the bride followed with her family. The couple had decided not to see each other before the ceremony. And so the first time Leon saw his bride was when her father was walking her down the aisle. The ceremony went perfectly to plan, and we had great fun with the confetti after the ceremony. The confetti throw was followed by a little bit of mingling, before it was time for the wedding portraits.

Now Asia House does not have any convenient green space nearby, unlike Mayfair Library. No park, not even a patch of grass. But what it does have is incredibly characterful, cobbled streets surrounded by brightly coloured mews houses. They make a great backdrop for portraits, although the cobblestones can present a challenge for a bride in heels! Still, we managed – and look how happy they are!

But it was February, and there was a limit as to how long Jans was willing to be out in the cold. So we grabbed a cab and headed across to the reception venue, The Prince of Wales Feathers pub. The dining room was beautifully decorated to welcome the bride and groom. But first we had drinks in their mini marquee, where the couple mingled with their guests ahead of the wedding breakfast. After a little bit of mingling, I left them to it.

Anyway, here’s a bit of wedding photography at Asia House for you.

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Wedding Photography at Royal Holloway University, Surrey | Agnieszka and Clifford

Wedding Photography at Royal Holloway University.

I’ve really been looking forward to providing the wedding photography for Agi and Cliff’s wedding, as the reception was to be held at one of my favourite wedding venues in Surrey, The Royal Holloway University. But first we had the ceremony at St. Bridget’s Church in Twickenham where the groom was still busy before the ceremony, helping to bring in the guitars for the musical interlude during the service. Then it was time to await the arrival of bride Agnieska so that the wedding ceremony could get started.

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It’s rare that I get to do a photograph of the whole wedding party at the altar, but I’m so please I did in the case. I just loved the strong colours and the symmetrical setting of the pillars, the candles on the cross.

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After the confetti throw outside the church, it was time to head off to our wedding venue, the fabulous Royal Holloway University, where we used the time before the arrival of the guests, to photograph our couples portraits.

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Whilst the guests mingled in the quadrant, I snuck inside the Portrait Gallery to photograph the room setting.

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Time for the bride and groom’s big entrance followed by the speeches.

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Once the cake was cut, the couple and their guests settled down for their meal, and it was time for me to head home. Agi and Cliff will be doing it all again at their second wedding celebration in Poland next month. In the meantime, I wish them all the happiness in the world on their new path together.

If you were a guest at the wedding, feel free to leave them a comment to let them know how much you enjoyed their day.

London Wedding Photographer | Manor of Groves

I’ve really been looking forward to this wedding. We had such fun during Ed and Di’s pre-wedding shoot along the Southbank, that I couldn’t wait to photograph their wedding at the Manor of Groves in Hertfordshire. As a London Wedding Photographer it’s always nice when I get a chance to get out of town for weddings too.

Ed and Di had, in fact, married in church earlier in the week, accompanied by only their most immediate family. This day at Manor of Groves was what they consider to be their “proper” wedding celebration with their friends and family and was a blessing rather than a legal or religious service. Hence there was no exchange of rings and no signing of the register, but we did still have some readings.

After the ceremony, the couple and I snuck off for a few newlywed portraits, after which we had quite a long list of formal groups to get through. Then it was time to enjoy the wedding breakfast. Groom Ed had left his speech at home so had to start all over again, trying, whilst being distracted by one of his best men, to remember what he had written in the first place.

Unusually, the Father of the Bride speech, was, in fact, given by Diana’s mother and was heart-warming and funny. The appearance of the Elvis Gorilla at the end was rather a surprise and the couple at first thought the act had got lost and was due to visit the Christening next door to provide the children’s entertainment. In fact, he had been arranged by a member of Ed’s family.

Finally then it was time for the first dance, after which I left Di and Ed to party the night away. I wish them all the happiness in the world together.

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