Wedding Photographer Queen’s House and Skylon Grill, London
Wedding Photographer Queen’s House
I was wedding photographer at the Queen’s House recently. We met up with the couple – Graham and Ene at Greenwich Observatory for some fun photography on the Prime Meridian Line. Ene from the East (Estonia) meets Graham from the West (UK) making for some great images. A walk down the hill for me, to meet everyone arriving at The Queen’s House for a welcome cool drink. The service was held in an elegant anteroom with translation for the guests where necessary!
The family photographs were held in the main hall with a backdrop of the Royal Naval College and reception on the front terrace or indeed the guests could explore the house and admire the paintings and history of the property.
All the guests boarded a double decker bus for a scenic tour of London to the Royal Festival Hall and the Skylon Restaurant at the top, a new venue for me with great 1960’s architecture and features. All the guests were seated on one long refectory table which is very social arrangement as conversation is easy across the table.
I am honoured to be recommended by the Old Royal Naval College to cover weddings taking place at the venue.
To see all the photographs taken on the day please visit – Wedding Photographs Queen’s House and Skylon Grill
or the best from the day here – Best Wedding Photographs Queen’s House and Skylon Grill
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Needless to say we're absolutely delighted with Douglas's wonderful photos.
Dear Douglas and Sam, Just to say thank you so much for the fantastic wedding photos! It really was a perfect day - everybody had a great time and the photos capture the spirit of it wonderfully! Our families and friends will definitely want lots of photos...Thanks again and regards, Graham & Ene