Wedding Photos – Cannizaro House – Wimbledon

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I was thrilled when Lucie and Tom asked me to take their wedding photos at Cannizaro House in Wimbledon. Living in South West London myself, I was amazed that I’d never been there before. It’s a lovely little gem, set in acres of parkland on the edge of Wimbledon Common.

Cannizaro House itself is perfect for a wedding photographer. It’s most gorgeous boutique hotel with a wonderful interior combining a mix of local artwork and contemporary furnishings. As you can imagine, this makes it the ideal setting for some wedding photographs with a wide range of stunning backdrops.

Bride and groom portraits in the beautiful gardens of Cannizaro House

I first met Lucie at the Fulham Palace Wedding Fair, where I had a stand. I was very happy when she asked me to capture her and Tom’s big day as it unfolded. They are such a fun couple and the whole day was brilliant. We made sure there was enough time to fit in some interesting portrait shots surrounded by the marvellous colours around the gardens. These are some of my favourite images of the day, as there were so many beautifully coloured flowers that we could use as a backdrop or foreground for this wonderful couple.

It was a fabulous day from beginning to end. The meticulous bridal preparations in the stunning bedrooms with such vivid wallpaper gave the morning a bright and cheerful start. The energy remained high throughout the rest of the day, all the way through to the lively dancing as the guests enjoyed some brilliant music. I loved every minute taking wedding photographs at Cannizaro House  – can’t wait until the next one!

If you’re looking for a wedding photographer please do get in touch on or 07813 816335. I’ve been lucky enough to photograph at some really wonderful London venues. Amongst them is Cannizaro House (of course!) the Oxo Tower on the Southbank, inside Tower Bridge to name but a few. I’d love to create some beautiful images for you wherever you choose to get married.

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