The Admiral’s House Greenwich – September Wedding

Last Saturday’s wedding was at the beautiful Admiral’s House in Greenwich. To see the full website please click here – Full Wedding Admiral’s House Greenwich and our favourites are here Best Admiral’s House Wedding Photographs. With a few to look at below –

Wedding at the Admiral's House in Greenwich - bride and groom during ceremony bride and groom kiss during wedding ceremony at the Admirals House Wedding at Admiral's House in Greenwich Couple photographed outside the Old Royal Naval College in London External shot at gates of Old Royal Naval College Wedding Photograph of bride and groom during reception at Admiral's House Black and white photograph taken on Leica of couple dancing at The Admiral's House in Greewich

Hello, These are fantastic. Best wishes, Laura

The Perfect Location for a Wedding – The Admirals House, Old Royal Naval College in Greenwich

A lovely, if hot day for a wedding at Admirals House in Greenwich for Xi and Chang.

First stop was Chang’s hotel which was a short walk from the venue. I made a slight detour through the market, where I saw the heart above the entrance and a narrow busy lane (that was also in shade).

The service was conducted by the Humanist Celebrant Jill Satin, who was as entertaining as she was sensitive to those of any faith or on the day or of course none at all..

A small Chinese Tea Ceremony took place during the service and both Chang and Xi offered tea to their respective parents as a symbol of humility and gratitude for their upbringing and in turn received a red envelope and private words of luck and good fortune…from their parents.

We decided to take all the family photography under the shaded colonnade of the Painted Hall, which had only last week appeared on the TV series Poldark.

Chang changed into a stunningly intricate red dress for the wedding breakfast and the speeches were both funny and touching. The speeches revealed Xi’s great love of football so once all the formalities were completed we walked the short distance to a private room at Yacht Greenwich, to watch the final of the world cup.

It was a thoroughly enjoyable wedding day and was well organised with a sporting ‘twist’ at the end which everyone enjoyed. I wish Chang and Xi every success and happiness for the future.

You can see all the photographs taken here – Full Website Admirals House Wedding, and a few of our favourites below –

Bride walking through Greenwich Market beneath sign of heart

Bride photographed next to Painted Hall Ceiling murial

Bride photographed in mirror at Admirals House, Old Royal Naval College

Bride and bridesmaid preparing for wedding ceremony at Admirals house in Greenwich

Bride with groom photographed amongst the colonades at Admirals House

couple kissing at Old Royal Naval College in Greenwich

Bride at Chinese Tea Ceremony at Admirals house

Couple cutting cake at Old Royal Naval College

Dear Sam and Douglas, Thanks very much for your work and sharing the pictures! We have just quickly gone through them, these are exactly what we need! Also very much appreciated for Douglas being there on the day, our day could have gone south without him! Best, Xi

Admiral’s House in Greenwich – Wedding in August

Admiral’s House – Old Royal Naval College always provides a stunning backdrop for wedding photography, with so many different and interesting architectural backdrops. Here are a small selecttion from the day. The couple have asked for the full website to remain private –

Wedding Ceremony at the Old Royal Naval College in Greenwich

Couple during wedding in Admirals House Greenwich

Bride and groom with confetti outside Admiral's House

Guests at wedding at Old Royal Naval College in Greenwich
Guests during wedding reception in Greenwich

Photograph of outside of Old Royal Naval College during event

 

 

 

 

Thanks very much Sam. The photos look great! Please pass on our thanks to Douglas for his efforts.

Clare and Dan’s Wedding at the Old Royal Naval College – The Admiral’s House in Greenwich

A gorgeous couple and lovely wedding at The Admiral’s House at the Old Royal Naval College in Greenwich. You can view the full website here – Website Wedding Admiral’s House Greenwich and a few of our favourites below –

Groom getting ready in black and white. Blow tie being tied by mother.Bride and groom laughing during ring exchange at civil ceremonyBride and groom photographed outside at the Admiral's House in GreenwichWedding photograph of bride and groom talking outside Admirals House, Old Royal Naval College in GreenwichBlack and white photograph of groom making speech during wedding breakfast in GreenwichBride and friends at wedding receptionBride and groom photographed going away through sparklers at Admirals House in GreenwichBride and groom photographed illuminated outside the Old Royal Naval College in Greenwich

Hi Sam, Thank you so much for sending through our photos, they're amazing. Apologies for the delay in our response, it's been a really busy week back. Many thanks Clare and Daniel

Last Weekend’s Wedding at St Mary’s Rotherhithe & The Admiral’s House in Greenwich

Last weekend’s wedding was at St Mary’ Rotherhithe and The Admiral’s House in Greenwich.  The full website is here – Wedding in Greenwich or our favourites here – Best from the day.

Couple in wedding taxi ready to travel to Greenwich after the wedding service

The bride and groom walking along at Greenwich - Black and white photograph

The bride and groom photogrpahed in colour between the colonades at the Admiral's House - outside at Greenwich

Wedding couple walking next to the river in Greenwich. Caught in the evening light.

Bride and Groom with Old Royal NAval Collage behind them, with beautiful blue sky.

Dear Sam, Thank you so much to you and Douglas for the photographs - they are wonderful! Many thanks again! Best wishes - Catriona and Benjamin

Naming Ceremony at the Queen’s House, Greenwich

Ene and Graham decided to return to their wedding venue – The Queen’s House in Greenwich, to hold the naming ceremony for their son Harry.  There was a very happy atmosphere with plenty of fun and games for the children, and the humanist celebrant gave an eloquent address.

Below is a selection of photographs taken on the day. The full website can be seen here – Naming Ceremony Photographs.

Photograph of the exterior of the Queen's House Outside of the Queen's House Photograph of Ene with Harry during naming Ceremony  Clown during naming ceremony at Queen's House Band playing at Queen's House in Greenwich Family photographed outside at the Queen's House

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