Old Marylebone Town Hall Wedding Photography

WEDDING PHOTOGRAPHY

Old Marylebone Town Hall Wedding Photography

If you’re planning on getting married in Marylebone, London, you should hire me as your wedding photographer. My experience and knowledge of wedding photography in Surrey and London, and the surrounding counties is an amazing resource for any betrothed couples wanting to get married in these areas. 

Old Marylebone Town Hall is one of London’s best wedding venues and is the finest building in Marylebone. First designed in 1914, this building derived its inspiration from the Graeco-Roman style that became so popular during the Edwardian era. After a brief delay caused by the First World War, it opened its doors in 1920. 

The gorgeous venue became a true statement building in central London. The magnificent portico propped up with full height Corinthian order columns being the perfect backdrop for your wedding photos. 

When you first lay eyes on the building, you can understand why celebrities such as Paul McCartney and Liam Gallagher chose this as their wedding venue. The Town Hall has hosted more celebrity weddings than anywhere else in the United Kingdom and recently went under a £60 million refurbishment and expansion. 

The area of Marylebone is convenient and historic, nestled between the two great parks of London. Whilst both Regents and Hyde Park need a permit to take wedding photographs in, they are full of gorgeous areas and beautiful backdrops that will make your photos special. 

Surrounded by various famous streets and smaller mews, you can choose between some amazing landmarks and rustic alleys to be photographed against. The red brick of buildings such as the Old Samaritan Hospital makes for a colourful and eye-catching backdrop, whilst the muted white marble of the Town Hall is perfect for a more classic and elegant set of photographs.

Old Marylebone Town Hall

Additionally, Old Marylebone Town Hall wedding photography is guaranteed to be unique and creative. As the building has seven different rooms for your ceremony, you can pick and choose which one best fits you as a couple. The different rooms can seat between 15 and 100 guests, so if you want a small and intimate service or a large and grandiose ceremony, Old Marylebone Town Hall is the venue for you. 

Most of the rooms within this venue are beautifully oak-panelled, with large, floor to ceiling windows that provide incredible lighting, but some rooms, such as the Soho Room, are much lighter and silver-toned. These different aesthetics are ideal, as they allow for various aesthetic and themes within an old, historic building in an extremely convenient location. 

Every couple should have an opportunity to take the pictures they have always dreamed of. Whether this is group shots, intimate couple portraits, or completely natural and candid snaps, I want you to be thrilled with the final product. 

Old Marylebone Town Wedding

I was delighted when {A} contacted me asking if I’d photography their small and intimate wedding ceremony at Old Marylebone Town Hall.

With just a handful of their closest family and friends, {A} & {J} got married in the Marylebone Room. The atmosphere was happy, lively and full of excitement.

The wedding ceremony was beautiful as you can see from the photographs.

 

Are you looking for a Marylebone Town Hall Wedding Photographer?

If you’re looking for a Marylebone Town Hall Wedding Photographer, then please do get in contact to discuss your fantastic wedding plans with me.

You can contact me via my contact form, or by telephone on +447061410413.

Here are some of my favourite photos from {A} & {J}’s Marylebone Town Hall Wedding Photography;

Marylebone Town Hall Wedding Photography

Marylebone Town Hall Wedding Photography greeting the groom
Marylebone Town Hall Wedding Photography hugs and kisses for the groom
Marylebone Town Hall Wedding Photography mum and friend laughing
Marylebone Town Hall Wedding Photography groom putting on the buttonhole for the ring bearer
Marylebone Town Hall Wedding Photography putting the buttonhole on the groom
Marylebone Town Hall Wedding Photography groom hugging guest before the ceremony
Marylebone Town Hall Wedding Photography guest telling a story
Marylebone Town Hall Wedding Photography bride and flower girl arriving at the town hall
Marylebone Town Hall Wedding Photography last minute adjustments for the bride
Marylebone Town Hall Wedding Photography page boy and flower girl ready for the ceremony
Marylebone Town Hall Wedding Photography photo of the page boy and flower girl on a phone
Marylebone Town Hall Wedding Photography crying flower girl and page boy waiting for the ceremony
Marylebone Town Hall Wedding Photography flower girl having fun
Marylebone Town Hall Wedding Photography guests waiting for the ceremony
Marylebone Town Hall Wedding Photography bride with the page boy and flower girl
Marylebone Town Hall Wedding Photography arrival of flower girl with her mum
Marylebone Town Hall Wedding Photography arrival of bride with the page boy
Marylebone Town Hall Wedding Photography proud groom during the
Marylebone Town Hall Wedding Photography mum holding partner's hand
Marylebone Town Hall Wedding Photography grinning bride during the wedding ceremony
Marylebone Town Hall Wedding Photography bride laughing during the wedding ceremony
Marylebone Town Hall Wedding Photography happy couple during the wedding ceremony
Marylebone Town Hall Wedding Photography receiving the rings
Marylebone Town Hall Wedding Photography first kiss
Marylebone Town Hall Wedding Photography
Marylebone Town Hall Wedding Photography bride hugs mother of groom
Marylebone Town Hall Wedding Photography hugging child
Marylebone Town Hall Wedding Photography guest hugging groom
Marylebone Town Hall Wedding Photography bride and groom being hugged
Marylebone Town Hall Wedding Photography groom hugging mum
Marylebone Town Hall Wedding Photography hugs
Marylebone Town Hall Wedding Photography groom hugging mum
Marylebone Town Hall Wedding Photography couple portrait
Marylebone Town Hall Wedding Photography confetti

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