As a Queen’s House Wedding photographer, I love having the opportunity to capture beautiful portraits at this magical venue in the heart of London. I’ll document your day and strive to capture award winning wedding photos that you’ll be excited to share with the world. I regularly work across the city, at some of my favourite venues including weddings at the Corinthia Hotel and Kew Gardens.
Weddings at Queen’s House
Queen’s House was originally designed as a gift for Queen Anne, wife of James I and built between 1616 and 1619. Weddings at Queen’s House enjoy the grandeur of the former royal palace, with views over the River Thames and Greenwich Park. There are some incredible wedding venues in this area of London, you might also want to check out my work from a gorgeous Old Royal Naval College wedding, or perhaps some Cutty Sark wedding photography!
Queen’s House Wedding Photographer
The Great Hall has a geometric marble floor and a decadent gold leafed ceiling, ideal for holding dinners and wedding breakfasts for up to 120 people. You can descend into the hall via the iconic Tulip Stairs, a magnificent feature of this 17th-century building. Incredibly, these was the first cantilevered spiral staircase built in England. With intricate balustrades and a domed ceiling that floods the stairway with dramatic light, the Tulip Stairs are the perfect place for capturing Queen’s House wedding photography.
The Orangery and South Parlours
The Orangery and South Parlours are the places to be if you want park views for your wedding reception at Queen’s House. With striking flooring and full height windows that bathe the space in dreamy light, this beautiful space is ideal for wedding ceremonies and receptions for up to 120 people. As a Queen’s House wedding photographer, I’m always looking for beautiful light to capture elegant portraits and The Orangery and South Parlours really do deliver this in abundance.
Queen’s House Wedding Reception – The Undercroft
Underneath the Great Hall, The Undercroft is made up of three connected rooms with vaulted ceilings. The atmosphere that can be created here is enchanting and it’s a brilliant location for evening drinks and dancing with up to 150 of your guests.
If you are looking for a Queen’s House wedding photographer I would love to hear from you, click here to get in touch – You might also like to check out some of the other featured weddings I’ve captured at some incredible venues in the capital, including Old Royal Naval College, a wedding at Kew Gardens, Ana and Agni’s Corinthia Hotel wedding and a Tamil Hindu wedding in Wembley.