This London wedding photography job was yet one more example of how many young couples nowadays chose a romantic elopement to tie the knot on a beautiful island just the two of them and then they celebrate their union with the family but in a small reception rather than a full blown wedding.
Fiona and Nick have done exactly that. They got married on a romantic island in Thailand in an intimate ceremony just the two of them and have subsequently organized a wedding lunch for the family to celebrate their marriage. As a result they requested my services as a London wedding photographer for just a few hours which suited more their more informal wedding celebration in Central London.
Nevertheless the celebration took place in a magnificent wedding venue in Central London – Trinity House. Trinity House has a superb location overlooking the Tower of London and the River Thames. Behind the building’s imposing neo-classical façade, designed by Samuel Wyatt in 1794, are some of London’s most elegant banqueting and conference rooms. Its location, the elegance of the building and the versatility of its rooms make Trinity House an extremely desirable venue for social and corporate events and I’m glad to be one of the recommended wedding photographers in this historical wedding venue in London.
As most historic buildings in London that cater for weddings Trinity House has abundance of opportunities for beautiful wedding photography not only inside the venue but also in the nearby streets considering the building is in the heart of London. The most grand place to start the wedding photography in Trinity House is the main stairs which provide an elegant yet impressive backdrop not only for the couple but also for the wedding photography of the family formal wedding portraits. The upstairs rooms however are even more opulent and rich in colour and decoration that speak of splendour. And the ceilings which are magnificently painted provide the opportunity to do the photo that I rarely do of shooting the couple above me kissing. However it’s one of the few ways to capture the beauty of the ceiling. However besides the glamorous décor Trinity House provides a few romantic corners for wedding photography in this beautiful wedding venue in London.
I enjoy every job in Trinity House as every time I do a wedding photography job in this wedding London venue I discover new corners to photograph. But not least which wedding photographer in London wouldn’t enjoy photographing a beautiful couple exchanging their vows while overlooking the Tower of London – one of London’s biggest icons.
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