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Wedding Photography at William Morris Gallery – Liseth and Scott

Liseth and Scott chose the very classy William Morris Gallery as their wedding venue and I had the great privilege to be in charge of their wedding photography. Their cosy winter wedding was an absolute joy to photograph and I’d like to show you their wedding photography gallery here.

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Liseth and Scott booked me in for a 6-hour package to photograph their stunning Christmas wedding at William Morris Gallery. We started in the hotel – Liseth’s hotel room was too small, so we made use of the lobby! Naturally, the Christmas tree provided a wonderful festive backdrop.

Meanwhile, Scott was already waiting in the church and welcoming guests. The ceremony was very intimate – just 50 guests – and kept to family traditions. The bidding prayers were read out in both English and Liseth’s native Spanish.

Wedding reception at William Morris Gallery

With such a small wedding, I managed to take some group shots in the church after the ceremony. They then enjoyed a cosy get-together in a pub across the road, complete with festive mulled wine! I snuck off to their wedding venue, the beautiful William Morris Gallery to get some close-ups of all the decorations.

The wedding party arrived 20 minutes later and began mingling in between the exhibits. A gallery makes for a unique wedding venue with some wonderful backdrops! Christmas came early with the dinner, including crackers and all the trimmings.

Indoor portrait photography

Everybody took their turns to make a speech – even the bride – before they cut their stunning rose-covered cake. With this being a December wedding, the sun had already set by this point, so we decided to do our portrait photographs inside.

Thankfully, we were in the perfect setting – the gallery made for some dramatic silhouette shots, as well as the classy staircase. Meanwhile, the band was setting up and they did not disappoint. Despite the small group, they managed to fill the floor and keep up the good vibes all night!

Outdoor silhouettes

We finished with one final (chilly!) shot outside the venue. This came out wonderfully in black and white, with Liseth’s wedding dress really contrasting against the background. Liseth and Scott gave me a 5-star review – I wish them all the best!

If you’re looking for something different with your wedding venue, William Morris Gallery in London is a brilliant choice. Get in touch with me today to discuss your wedding photography package at this unique setting.

Liseth and Scott chose the very classy William Morris Gallery as their wedding venue and I had the great privilege to be in charge of their wedding photography. Their cosy winter wedding was an absolute joy to photograph and I’d like to show you their wedding photography gallery here.

Read the story

Liseth and Scott booked me in for a 6-hour package to photograph their stunning Christmas wedding at William Morris Gallery. We started in the hotel – Liseth’s hotel room was too small, so we made use of the lobby! Naturally, the Christmas tree provided a wonderful festive backdrop.

Meanwhile, Scott was already waiting in the church and welcoming guests. The ceremony was very intimate – just 50 guests – and kept to family traditions. The bidding prayers were read out in both English and Liseth’s native Spanish.

Wedding reception at William Morris Gallery

With such a small wedding, I managed to take some group shots in the church after the ceremony. They then enjoyed a cosy get-together in a pub across the road, complete with festive mulled wine! I snuck off to their wedding venue, the beautiful William Morris Gallery to get some close-ups of all the decorations.

The wedding party arrived 20 minutes later and began mingling in between the exhibits. A gallery makes for a unique wedding venue with some wonderful backdrops! Christmas came early with the dinner, including crackers and all the trimmings.

Indoor portrait photography

Everybody took their turns to make a speech – even the bride – before they cut their stunning rose-covered cake. With this being a December wedding, the sun had already set by this point, so we decided to do our portrait photographs inside.

Thankfully, we were in the perfect setting – the gallery made for some dramatic silhouette shots, as well as the classy staircase. Meanwhile, the band was setting up and they did not disappoint. Despite the small group, they managed to fill the floor and keep up the good vibes all night!

Outdoor silhouettes

We finished with one final (chilly!) shot outside the venue. This came out wonderfully in black and white, with Liseth’s wedding dress really contrasting against the background. Liseth and Scott gave me a 5-star review – I wish them all the best!

If you’re looking for something different with your wedding venue, William Morris Gallery in London is a brilliant choice. Get in touch with me today to discuss your wedding photography package at this unique setting.

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