A Fulham Palace Wedding
I recently photographed a Fulham Palace wedding. Fulham Palace is located in Bishop’s Park right by the River Thames and is next to Putney Bridge. It’s one of London’s oldest wedding venues with a history going back to medieval times. It’s a fabulous wedding venue to photograph because of it’s variety of backdrops. From the beautiful Tait Chapel to Tudor Courtyard it offers classical interiors and original exteriors.
Chelsea and Ed held their wedding ceremony in the Great Hall. The room had been dressed beautifully with trees and rose petals which stood out against the rich dark wood panneling. After drinks and canapes in the Bishop Terrick’s Drawing room the guests were led into the fabulous Bishop Sherlock’s room for the wedding breakfast.
Although it was a winter wedding the weather was dry so we managed to get some gorgeous autumnal photographs around the grounds. This included in the walled garden, an area which includes manicured lawns and a victorian glasshouse. It is just a small part of the 13 acres all available for use at a Fulham Palace wedding.
As you can see the food looked fabulous with canapes and a wedding breakfast courtesy of caterers Bovingdons. Pictured here the tempura prawn with a chilli & lime dip and welsh rarebit souffle, red onion marmalade & sage crisp canapes. And from the wedding breakfast whisky braised short rib of beef, pomme puree, buttered cabbage, chantenay carrots & braising liquor followed by winter berry tart, vanilla custard & clotted cream ice cream
As an approved photographer at Fulham Palace I’ve captured many weddings and events at the London venue. You can see these on my dedicated Fulham Palace gallery page