Fitzrovia Chapel Wedding Photographer
Charlotte and Jon made two magnificent wedding venue choices in The Fitzrovia Chapel and Bentley’s Oyster Bar. This was a very London wedding. The Fitzrovia Chapel is tucked away behind Goodge Street, 5 minutes from Oxford Circus. Bentley’s Oyster Bar is on Swallow Street, close to Green Park Tube and Hyde Park. The tiny Fitzrovia Chapel is a hidden gem, architecturally stunning with a gorgeous interior. The chapel is mostly light by candle light and dark and romantic even on a bright summers day. There is a lovely balcony which provides a wonderful photography platform and an alternate view.
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There were 50 or so guests at this Fitzrovia Chapel wedding. Its not a big chapel with very little standing room so 50 guests was about perfect. The wedding went by in a flash and was both beautiful and emotional. Although The Fitzrovia Chapel looks very churchy its actually never been consecrated so think of it as an event space rather than a religious building. Charlotte looks dynamite as she walked down the aisle with her dapper father.
Getting married in Fitzrovia Chapel
After the ceremony a champagne drinks reception was held and the chairs were moved away. During the drinks the bride, groom and I nipped off for a stroll and some portraits. The chapel itself is a wonderful back drop and we also wanted to take in a few of the pretty London streets. Newman Passage links Newman Street with Charlotte Street and has a Dickensian feel to it, with graffiti! I rarely ask a couple to pose for their pictures and so it was that Charlotte and Jon enjoyed a wander in London while I captured some natural portraits.
Bentley’s Oyster Bar Wedding Reception
Charlotte added a fab faux fur to her wedding look and we all hopped cabs to Bentley’s Oyster Bar just off Regents Street. Fine dining at Bentley’s Oyster Bar is always a treat and the private space downstairs looked super stylish. Drinks and celebrations followed with dinner and speeches. The bar knocked out fabulous cocktails and the canapes were delish. I often grab a bite during the main course at a wedding and Bentley’s Oyster Bar provided me with a steak that made my top 5…ever! The downstairs fine dining area of Bentley’s Oyster Bar is dark with warm pools of light. I don’t like over using flash photography, killing the romantic vibe. Just a tickle of flash every now and again is the answer. I was able to float about the party and capture natural moments.
Award Winning London Documentary Wedding Photography
I left the fun party late that evening and made my way back home to Hackney. Not that I need reminding but I love a London Westend Wedding. The Fitzrovia Chapel and Bentley’s Oyster Bar combined to make a wonderful wedding, happy days. Are you on the hunt for a documentary wedding photographer? I am low key and relaxed, I know what I’m doing and try to take any stress out of your wedding photography. If you fancy dropping me a line then use my Contact Form. If you’d like to see more of my work then my Portfolio has plenty of full wedding to look at. My About Page lets you into my story and explains a little about My Approach. I’m looking forward to hearing from you, thanks.