Ross and Debbie | Orleans House Gallery London Wedding
Orleans House Gallery
School sweethearts Debbie & Ross tied the knot at the splendid Orleans House Gallery in the Grade I Listed Octagon Room in London, UK
They scoured London looking for the perfect location that would reflect their unique style and personality. And after months of searching, they found the Orleans House Gallery, a stunning Grade I listed building with a rich history and a breathtaking octagon room.
The day of the wedding arrived, and the weather was perfect. Debbie arrived at the venue in a vintage car, looking radiant in her elegant white dress. They exchanged vows in the Orleans House Gallery’s magnificent octagon room and afterward, we took some photos in the lush gardens.
St Stephens Hampstead
From Orleans House Gallery we took a double-decker bus to their wedding reception! It was held in the stunning St Stephen’s building, a former church located in the heart of the picturesque Hampstead neighborhood of London.
The historic building, which had once served as a place of worship for generations of faithful, had been converted into an exclusive school under the leadership of the groom himself, Ross, who had assumed the role of headmaster after years of dedication and hard work.
As guests entered the grand hall, they were greeted by the breathtaking sight of the beautifully restored stained-glass windows that illuminated the space with a warm, glowing light. The high ceilings and intricately carved wooden beams overhead lent an air of grandeur to the proceedings, while the soft sounds of music emanating from the string quartet provided a soothing backdrop to the festivities.
Orleans House Gallery
The architect John James built Orleans House, a Palladian villa, in 1710 for the politician and diplomat James Johnston. In the early 19th century, it was named after the Duc d’Orléans, who stayed there.
Orleans House Gallery and the Grade I Listed Octagon Room, situated within woodland overlooking the Thames, provide the peace of the countryside within an urban landscape.
The Baroque setting has a rich history and character, as it was built in 1721 to entertain the new Georgian Royalty, making it the perfect venue for wedding ceremonies.
Orleans House Gallery Wedding Photographer
As a wedding photographer, I’ve had the pleasure of capturing some truly stunning weddings at Orleans House Gallery. Located in Twickenham, London, this gorgeous venue offers a stunning backdrop for couples looking to tie the knot.
As soon as you arrive, the grandeur of the place strikes you. The venue occupies a historic building from the 18th century, exuding a real sense of character and charm. As a photographer, I relish the chance to capture images against such a unique and interesting backdrop.
The flexibility of the space is one of the things I love most about shooting weddings at Orleans House Gallery. The ceremony can take place in several different rooms, including the stunning Octagon Room, which is incredibly elegant. The gallery itself also serves as a fantastic location for photos. High ceilings, beautiful artwork, and stunning views over the River Thames.
The team is also incredibly helpful and accommodating. They’re always on hand to make sure everything runs smoothly on the day. As a photographer, this is really important to me as it means I can focus on capturing the perfect shots.
I highly recommend Orleans House Gallery as a wedding venue. It’s a truly special place and the perfect setting for any couple looking to celebrate their love in style. As a photographer, I always feel inspired when I’m shooting at this venue. I know that my clients will have memories to cherish for a lifetime.