Hidden London wedding venue The Charterhouse

Today I wanted to share with you a sneak peek from a photo shoot I planned and designed at a hidden gem of a wedding venue The Charterhouse in London.

“The Charterhouse is a former Carthusian monastery in London, located between Barbican and Smithfield Market, and to the north of what is now Charterhouse Square. Since the dissolution of the monasteries in the 16th century the site has served as a private mansion, a boys’ school and an almshouse, which it remains to this day. “

The Chartehouse London, historical  wedding venue

Despite the chill of the North Cloister where we set up the ceremony and reception table it was a great day, with a lovely team of suppliers. I was so pleased with the results, here is just a little snippet from the day.

I’m delighted to say the shoot has been featured on Love My Dress, so do head over there, to see more of the shoot.

I was so lucky to work with such a fabulous team on this shoot, do take a look at their websites:

Photography – Maja Tsolo Photography | Videography – HandCraft Pictures | Planning + Design – Always Andri | Venue – The Charterhouse London | Bridalwear – Jesus Peiro via Miss Bush Bridal  | Florist – Leigh Chappell Flowers | Makeup Artist – Louise LeregoHair Stylist – Chevuex Cimone | Stationery + Calligraphy – Mathilda Lundin Calligraphy |Cake Designer – Sugar Plum Bakes | Hair Accessories + Earrings – PS With Love | Wedding Rings – Nikki Stark Jewellery | Tableware + Chairs – Classic Crockery| Silk Ribbons + Napkins – The Natural Dyeworks| Brass candleholders + Brass Ring – Workshop | Shoot Assistant – White Boheme Weddings| Models – Chloe Alishia and William Peters

If you’re looking for more wedding venue inspiration then do go take a look at some of my previous blog posts: London’s top 10 unique wedding venues here and top 10 foodie restaurants here.

1 Comment

  1. Manuel Bennett

    I thoroughly enjoyed reading the article and watching the video. The wedding venue and decor theme is truly an inspiration, unique and alluring! Thanks for sharing the post.



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