Plaisterers’ Hall, in the very centre of London is one of the largest halls of its kind in the area therefore it’s the ideal choice for a large London wedding – Asian and Jewish functions for instance. Close by are St Paul’s and the Barbican, it’s also perfectly located for guests to come from the City or West End.
All of the Hall’s rooms ooze grandeur in a neo-classical style and are the ideal backdrop to any wedding wanting to add a touch of class. Reception halls and wood panelled galleries have all been restored and are absolutely breathtaking. It even has a Peace Garden which the hall launched with Amnesty International and which offers a little bit of tranquility for wedding guests.
There is no doubt that Plaisterers’ Hall is a venue steeped in years of history however it has been completely modernised – even having some of the more sophisticated lighting setups for evening entertainment.
As a company we typically photograph between fifteen and twenty Asian weddings of one sort or another every year, and they’re always fantastically good fun to shoot!
Nikki and Rakesh’s wedding at Plaisterers’ Hall really was no exception, not only are they two of the most amicable people we’ve had the pleasure of working with but they also know how to have a good time, which really helps! I was particularity impressed with Rakesh’s dance moves, as I captured some of my favourite Asian wedding photographs during these moments.
Plaisterers’ Hall is definitely a top London wedding venue for the larger events and I truly hope to work at this distinctive and classy city venue again soon.
Here’s a small selection of my favourites from this Hindu wedding in the heart of London.