Windsor Guildhall Wedding

There are not many wedding venues as magnificent as Windsor Guildhall. Windsor Guildhall is steeped in history. This wonderful royal wedding venue hosted the Prince of Wales’ marriage to the Duchess of Kent – sadly I couldn’t make it. Elton John married David Furnish at Windsor Guildhall for the UK’s first ever civil partnership, once again, invite must have got lost in the post. I did however manage to attend Bethany and James’s lovely Windsor wedding with a lovely pub wedding reception at The Two Brewers, phew, one out of three.

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Windsor Guildhall Wedding Ceremony

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James and the wedding party met at a cute Windsor pub for pre wedding drinks. The huge Royal residence of Windsor Castle acting as a fabulous back drop. Bethany and the bridal party arrived direct to Windsor Guildhall. The Guildhall at Windsor has a wonderful sense of grandeur, it’s like a film set. The gold leaf and chandeliers all make for a super romantic wedding setting. As a London documentary wedding photographer I am always conscious of natural light. The Guildhall room has huge windows which flood the room – happy days.

Windsor Pub Wedding Reception

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The bride and groom emerged happily into clouds of confetti (biodegradable of course). Celebrations continued as the wedding party walked to a lovely old pub called the The Two Brewers. Along the way we stopped for some fun family groups in Windsor Park. Bethany and James didn’t fancy any posed Mr and Mrs portraits. The walk between venues was therefore perfect for my style of informal and relaxed documentary wedding photography.

If you are planning your own Windsor wedding and would like to check my availability then Drop Me A Line.

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