Charlton House in London (not to be confused with the Somerset venue of the same name) is a stunning Jacobean mansion nestled in acres of beautiful parkland. Built during the reign of James I and with over 400 years of history the venue provides an amazing back drop to your wedding day.
The beautiful reception halls and wood panelled galleries are amongst the finest examples of their kind in the country and the lovingly restored walled gardens (including the amazing Peace Garden launched in partnership with Amnesty International) offer a tranquil retreat for you and your guests.
Aside from what Charlton House offers is how it ‘feels’. It’s a little oasis in the bustle of London where you can create that fairytale wedding of your dreams. It’s a lovely place to visit and an even nicer place to photograph.
I’ve been photographing the weddings of the same group of friends for a few years now and it was fantastic to meet up with everyone again at Timothy and Myanh London wedding.
This time we were at Charlton House rather than Admiral’s House at the Old Royal Naval College. Charlton House is a wonderful venue, quite imposing and set in beautiful surrounding parkland.
Following the ceremony we headed over to the Yi-Ban restaurant in London’s Docklands, the traditional celebration spot for this group and one with great views out over the water.
I really enjoy shooting these Chinese weddings in London, particularly as I’m getting to know everyone now, so I can’t wait for the next one!