London Wedding Photographer at Chelsea Old Town Hall

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I’ve been lucky enough to work as a London Wedding Photographer at Chelsea Old Town Hall before. It definitely has to be up there as one of my favourite venues. Not only is it the most wonderful building inside, but it’s pretty fantastic on the outside too! The iconic steps, which many a happy couple have walked down after tying the knot, are perfect for that must-have confetti shot. This is often one of my favourite images of the day. Also the hustle and bustle of the King’s Road is the perfect counterpoint for the emotion-filled wedding service inside this fabulous register office. And it’s great fun to hear the shouts of well wishers and the honking of car horns as the new Mr and Mrs emerge from the building.

From Chelsea Old Town to the Medlar Restaurant

Another great thing about the location of Chelsea Old Town Hall is it’s proximity to all the great restaurants of King’s Road. This means the newly weds don’t have far to travel to start their wedding celebrations.

That was certainly the case for a recent wedding I photographed there. The beautiful intimate service  was followed by a delightful reception at the Medlar Restaurant on the King’s Road.

Bride and Groom Portraits on the streets of Chelsea

The Medlar is a lovely venue for a wedding reception and the guests made their way from the service following the bride and groom down the King’s Road. We stopped briefly during the short walk to grab some shots of the happy couple as they began their celebrations. I love doing portraits in this part of Chelsea. There are so many brilliant backdrops from the shabby chic blue doorway just around the corner from the Chelsea Old Town Hall to the bus stops at various points on the King’s Road. All the backgrounds were perfect for this very elegant London Wedding.

If you’re getting married at the Chelsea Old Town Hall please do get in touch on 07813 816335 or I’d love to photograph your wedding and create a stunning set of images for you to treasure forever.

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