Dulwich College is brilliantly located with excellent transport links to central London. This independent boys school has plenty to offer as a wedding venue in South East London and is an interesting setting for your photojournalist wedding photographer in London.
The original Dulwich College, known as Alleyn’s College of God’s Gift, exists today on Gallery Road and was conceived in 1619 for poor boys. Today’s college moved to its present site in 1866, the architect of New Dulwich College was Charles Barry Junior whose father designed the Houses of Parliament.
This classy London wedding venue has facilities in seven rooms, each with its own unique character and style, ranging from the mediaeval to the contemporary. Situated in extensive grounds and sports fields, and adjacent to Dulwich Park, the rooms can be used in conjunction with one another and provide a great deal of flexibility depending on the size of your wedding party.
Myles and Danny had their civil ceremony in The Old Library which has its own marriage license for civil ceremonies and is set apart from the main college.
The Old Library consists of a suite of rooms and seats about 60 in a tranquil setting. The vaulted ceilings and tall, arched windows allow ample natural light which suits my photojournalistic style of wedding photography.
I’ve selected just a few of my favourite photos from this wedding at Dulwich College to share with you in the gallery below.