An Intimate Autumn Wedding At Old Marylebone Town Hall And Wiltons Restaurant Mayfair
Yesterday I returned to London’s Old Marylebone Town Hall to document another intimate wedding. Over the last year I’ve really come to love documenting this type of day. It feels so special and a privilege to be amongst a small group. Being able to interact with everyone and set them at ease about the photography side of things, makes the whole experience far more personal. There’s less group shots, less rush, and it’s altogether so relaxed.
After an emotional ceremony, I took the opportunity to capture some beautiful portraits of the couple in and around the town hall, before taking a walk to Regents Park for some gloriously autumnal bride and groom portraits. A and C were such a joy to photograph, and I was so pleased they got to have a heaps of sunshine for their special wedding. I love the contrast between the cool tones of the town hall photographs, and the warm tones of the sunny Regents Park setting. For short wedding cover, there’s plenty of variety.
After photographs, we hopped in a taxi and travelled on to Wiltons restaurant, London’s second oldest restaurant! The couple entertained their guests in the private Jimmy Marks dining room where there were delicate canapés and Champagne before a delicious looking wedding breakfast. After some further candid photographs, I bid the party farewell, and left the bride and groom and their guests to enjoy their celebratory meal.
Congratulations to A & C on their marriage and their beautiful wedding. Thank you so much for asking me to document such a huge day in your life. Here are your previews. J x
Venue – Old Marylebone Town Hall