rossetti room chelsea town hall

Rossetti Room Wedding

Jess & Pete hosted their special day in the Rossetti room and had an amazing Chelsea Town Hall Wedding day. The Rossetti room is a very popular setting for small intimate wedding days. My first time capturing a ceremony in this room was for the wedding of Tessa & Matthes and since then I have returned 4 more times in the same year! 

The couple had a small intimate wedding ceremony with just 12 guests. The Rossetti room is the perfect room if you wanted a more casual ceremony with your close family and friends before hosting a bigger room for the reception. Well that’s exactly what Jess and Pete did and it was a magical day. 

Out of all the places I visit, Chelsea town Hall never disappoints and I always have a great day with the wedding party. My couple certainly kept their cool and did not stress once during the day. The weather was great and the couple were keen to utilise this opportunity to take a break from the guests and go off for some quick snaps. Even though I am generally a documentary wedding photographer I am always more than happy to take photos of just the couple. There are many aspects to my style that I apply to the bride and groom photos, and still the end result looks natural, and most importantly the couple look comfortable together.

 

After about 15 min of couple time we hoped into a cab to meet the rest of the wedding party at a lovely Megan’s on King’s road. There are so many great pubs and restaurants nearby where you can host your wedding reception, including local favourite The Cross Keys Chelsea. After a few cocktails the wedding part sat down for some speeches, food, and more cocktails. I was a fabulous day and I loved the relaxed structure to the day.

The Rossetti room is a very small space holding up to just 12 guests. Last year I photographed 5 wedding ceremonies in this same room and I very much look forward to my next visit. If you are considering hosting your wedding here at The Chelsea Town Hall I would love to hear from you! 

Enough of the words now….Enjoy some photos below.