Wedding Photography at Hampton Court Palace in Richmond on Thames
Hampton Court Palace is always a venue that I look forward to capturing weddings in and Ian and Kathryn’s wedding at the Little Banqueting House and Garden Room in the Historic Royal Palace was a real gem.
The day began with Kathryn getting ready at home before the ceremony which took place inside the Little Banqueting Palace. The ceremony was an incredibly romantic one and emotions were amplified by the intimacy of the stunning ceremony room filled with stunning artwork. Ian and Kathryn’s children watched closely and it was emotional to see how much it meant to them.
After the ceremony guests enjoyed drinks in the privately walled gardens of the Little Banqueting House as Ian and Kathryn spend a little bit of time having photographs taken in the picturesque grounds of Hampton Court before heading into the private gardens outside of the garden room for an outdoor blessing under the gazebo in front of all of their guests.
The perfect summers weather meant that champagne and canapés were taken outside in the gardens before moving into the Garden Room for the reception and dancing. The In Crowd Band put on an amazing performance and are an incredibly unique band that roam around amongst the guests and really get them involved which created a great atmosphere and had everybody up on their feet.
Here are a few images from this perfect Hampton Court Palace wedding in the little Banqueting House and Garden Room.
Wedding Photography in Richmond-on-Thames by Nick Rose
Venue: Hampton Court Palace, East Molesey, Richmand-on-Thames, East Molesey, Greater London, KT8 9AU
Band: The In Crowd Band
About the venue:
Hampton Court Palace is one of the Historic Royal Palaces and is located in East Molesey on the banks of the River Thames. The Palace is surrounded by the most stunning gardens and has a number of options for wedding ceremonies. The Garden Room is an orangery styled room with private terrace and private gardens that has a capacity of 180. The Little Banqueting House is perfect for more intimate weddings of up to 50 guests and views over the River Thames. The Kings Guard Chamber is an incredibly historic room filled with antiques and has a capacity of 180. The Great Hall is the grandest of all rooms and was the daily eating hall for Henry VIII’s court. The ceiling, tapestries and decor make this one of the most unique wedding venues in the country. Find out more about Hampton Court Palace weddings by clicking here.