Marble Hill House is a beautiful London wedding venue owned and run by English Heritage. The fact it has such auspicious custodians should tell you of its importance. Built for the mistress of King George II, this 18th Century Arcadian property was a delightful retreat from busy London life.
The river Thames flows past at the bottom of the expansive gardens, offering access to the capital by boat for intreped wedding goers – certainly a point to spice up any wedding day.
The houses grand interiors have also been painstakingly restored and you can now have your own wedding day at one of London’s premier historic houses.
John and Jane’s delightful wedding took place at the exquisite Marble Hill House, in Richmond, London. It’s such a lovely venue and so well restored that it’s like walking into a perfect piece of history. The house just oozes elegance and class, making it one of the best wedding venues for smaller weddings in the whole of the capital.
And then there is its party piece. Being situated right on the Thames, John and Jane took full advantage of the river mooring at the bottom of the garden and far from do anything so common as walk, we took a brilliant and very relaxing ferry ride down river to the reception venue. It’s not often that you truly get to have a bit of fun as the photographer but all being squeezed together on that tiny raft certainly was!
We finished the day at the Dysart Arms for a fantastic meal. It was great to join such a wonderful couple for their wedding day and a few of my favourite images are included for you to view below.