The Royal Society for the Arts (RSA) in London is a world famous and globally recognised charity located right in the heart of London. It’s beautiful building it every bit a tastefully decorated as you would imagine and the amazing candle lit vaults offer a truly magical place to hold your big day.
Recently renovated (Ross and Louise’s wedding below being one of the first after the renovation) the building is imposing yet embracing and it does much to all your and your party to relax and fully enjoy themselves.
Each space in the building offers a unique environment and subsequently atmosphere for events; from the cool and simplistic Tavern where Ross and Louise’s wedding reception was held, to the breathtaking and classic Great Room for the ceremony which exhibits ‘The Progress of Human Knowledge’ by artist James Barry.
Ross and Louise were married at the stunning RSA building in London. I first met up with them for their pre wedding photo shoot in the beautiful Savernake Forest close to where we’re based in Wiltshire. This brief encounter really helped me understand what Ross and Louise hoped to achieve through their wedding photography and, from what I understand, they are thrilled with the results.