Following a job of wedding photography in Trinity House where I’m a preferred photographer at this central London wedding venue, I was glad to be recommended to the Foundling Museum. Jozie who is the Wedding and Events coordinator approached me to take some wedding photography shots for their new website and marketing materials.
I have not been to the Foundling museum until I got approached for this wedding photography job but I was pleasantly surprised by the rich interior and the abundance of art the museum owned. The Foundling museum (www.foundlingmuseum.org.uk) has a wedding licence and is a central London wedding venue that has a lot to offer to wedding couples who are looking for a wedding venue with a difference but nevertheless in Central London.
The museum is set over four floors and is able to accommodate ceremonies and receptions for up to 200 guests. It provides the perfect backdrop for romantic wedding celebration in Central London. The Court Room accommodates up to 50 guests for a civil ceremony and is an ideal setting for an intimate celebration. The Picture Gallery room is a magnificent setting for a larger wedding. It is decorated with some Britain’s great art treasures, providing an exquisite location for a wedding ceremony. The Picture Gallery room can accommodate up to 100 guests for a civil ceremony and 200 guests for a reception. Guests are invited to enjoy a champagne reception throughout the Museum, exploring the collections and the internationally important eighteenth century artwork. The Foundling Hospital Collection spans four centuries and contains paintings, sculpture, prints, manuscripts, furniture, clocks, photographs and ephemera. The Museum houses the Gerald Coke Handel Collection, which is one of the largest privately-owned collections of Handel memorabilia.
Besides the museum there is a lovely small park which can be perfect for wedding photography of the couple or for the more formal family portrait photos. And for more creative London wedding photography the Foundling museum offers the perfect location in Central London – it’s within minutes of several London landmarks which can be the perfect background for wedding photography in London.
Being a wedding photographer in London is a privilege but also a challenge to always found new ways of creatively representing one’s wedding in a classic but creative way. So I am always on the lookout of hidden parts of London and parts that I don’t know in the Fitzrovia and Bloomsbury areas in Central London. And I’m certainly happy to work with a new and interesting wedding venue in Central London. And I look forward to a wedding photography job in this unique wedding venue in London.