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Islington Town Hall Wedding

Olga & James

Islington Council Chamber Wedding

Olga and James are a fabulous couple who hosted their wedding at the stunning Islington Town Hall. Couples who are planning to have their wedding at the town hall have a great range of options. One of the most popular being The Council Chamber, situated on top of the iconic staircase, and along the Assembly Hall. It has a capacity of 100 guests, but I find keeping the number under 80 provides the best atmosphere. It’s a beautiful room with an impressive backdrop for your London wedding, and a great start to your wedding celebrations.

The bride and groom are such a fun couple, and after meeting up with them for a chat about their wedding plans, I knew this was going to be a fun day. After hearing about their wedding plans; which included having their friend drive them through central London in a black cab with beer cans strapped to the back, I honestly couldn’t wait to capture it. I love coming back here and labelling myself as a Islington Wedding Photographer for the day, it’s such a special venue, and if you are able to stretch the budget I would highly recommend choosing this venue if you live in the area.

 Make up & hair by the talented – Becky Makeup and beauty

Venue: Islington Town Hall

They planned to have a Islington wedding, followed by a reception at The Knights Templar on Chancery Lane. I began the day with Olga, her bridesmaid and mum for a few morning prep photos. Conveniently James was getting ready with his wedding party just 10 min down the road,and I was able to capture cover both morning preps.

The Council Chamber is an impressive wedding venue, providing an elegant setting for you wedding ceremony. If you are planning your own Town Hall wedding and not sure where you want to marry, I would strongly suggest looking up The Council Chamber at Islington Town Hall.

My style is all about capturing the day naturally-yet creatively and artistically-and this approach was very important to Olga & James as they didn’t want their wedding photos to be a series of posed photos and people smiling at the camera. They were more interested in capturing the story and not having to worry or think about the photos during their wedding day.