Great Fosters

For a Surrey wedding photographer Great Fosters is an ideal venue. Within a short walk there are a good variety of shooting oportunities including a bridge which is useful for group photos. I was there to photograph a wedding reception but they are licensed for civil ceremonies and civil partnerships. The in house toastmaster was helpful and helped me organise a large group whilst I clamboured to a lofty perch.

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Josephine and Emeka’s Wedding

Josephine and Emeka emerge from the confetti where they had pictures taken by south london wedding photographer Charlies Pictures. Many wedding pictures were taken during the service in the Roman catholic church with the priest’s blessing (not literally).

Some more formal wedding photography poses were taken at Folkestone gardens.

Confronting the day’s tasks clearly wasn’t enough as they then entered……. The Lions Den (Millwall FC) where they had their wedding reception and candid wedding reception photography.

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Fairfield Halls Celebration

Dr.and Mrs.Bamboye arrive to celebrate their wedding anniversary. London and Surrey wedding photographer Charlies Pictures was there at Fairfield halls to capture the event. Croydon, Shirley Oaks, West wickham and Addington are areas in which Charlies Pictures carries out wedding Photography and other events.

Mrs.Bamboye poses for her birthday portrait. Wedding photography in Croydon as well as events and home portrait commissions are undertaken.

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Ealing Wedding Photography from Gothic to the Light Fandango

Ealing Town Hall provided an interestingĀ  backdrop for Annabel and Jack’s wedding pictures. Its a short walk from Ealing Broadway station in West London with easy links to Heathrow or Central London and even your Passport to Pimlico. We were able to have the bride and groom pose in a variety of settings from haunting gothic to the colourful contemporary in the Princes Hall reception area.

Free from the Love Lottery
Walpole Park, which is tucked away behind the shops, provides a green alternative to picture taking. It has a pond, ducks andĀ  bridges as posing props. Many a recent Lady Killer has submitted here to the killer pose.

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You may want to miss this particular train

As London and Kent wedding photographers we’ve noticed a Faux Pas the groom is likely to make(not the groom in the picture). So brides with long trains beware! This was part of a Greenwich wedding photography shoot.

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Chelsea Wedding Venues

Chelsea Register Office

Chelsea Register Office

Chelsea Register Office for Weddings
This is the register office for the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea,London SW3.It is located in the KingsRoad between Sloane Square and the Worlds End.

What’s beyond the World’s End…Well er,it’ll take a red london bus to get you there; that is the Wyndham Chelsea Harbour Hotel.

More chelsea wedding photography was continued here, in the harbour and by the river.

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White wedding at London Whitehall in Winter catches Household guard off guard

Whilst you’re in the roles of Bride and Groom you can go wherever fancy takes you. You tend to get away with things.

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Fun and Frolics at Kent Wedding

The new spouse needs to be fed and watered at regular intervals so begin as you mean to continue!

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Bickley Manor

Spot the Bouquet

Spot the Bouquet

Wedding couples (and indeed wedding photographers) can find Bickley Manor between Bickley and Chislehurst stations in Thornet Wood Road. It is slightly off the beaten track which can make it more interesting for wedding photos and yet it has easy access from Bromley,Orpington,Beckenham and Chislehurst.

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Lensbury Club

Wedding Photography in Middlesex
Lensbury Club is in Broom Road near Teddington. As you drive down this residential road from Teddington suddenly the road opens up to the right and you are confronted with a broad 1920s facade. With the stone entrance as a secondary focal point this makes an interesting establishing shot for the bride and groom.

Some of the unsual aspects of the Lensbury Club and Hotel provide interesting props for wedding photography. The grounds are spacious enough for a variety of wedding photos both inside and out.

And with a wedding co-ordinator who is more than helpful good wedding photography is a likely outcome.

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