Trafalgar Tavern Wedding Photography: On Easter Sunday I was back at the Trafalgar Tavern to photograph the wedding of Vanessa and Mark. Having photographed three Trafalgar Tavern weddings in the last six months and with another four this year at the venue it is quickly becoming my second home. As I am wedding photographer based in the Royal Borough of Greenwich this is not a bad thing at all. I was delighted when the couple told me that they were getting married at the Trafalgar Tavern and they wanted me to document their day. Trafalgar Tavern Wedding Photography is a great experience for any photographer.
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Trafalgar Tavern Greenwich Wedding Photography Clare & Paul: and the story goes something like this. I bumped into Clare and Paul simply by chance… I was at the Trafalgar Tavern in Greenwich last year getting ready to photograph a wedding when they came into the Nelson Banqueting Rooms to have a look for their own wedding. We got chatting and I handed them a business card…. a few months later Paul got in touch and their search for a wedding photographer was done 😎
Trafalgar Tavern in Greenwich Wedding Photography: Last week I was back at the Trafalgar Tavern in Greenwich for my second wedding at the venue in 2012 to photograph the wedding of Shanshan and Charlie. The couple only contacted me a couple of months ago to photograph their Greenwich, London wedding and I was delighted when they chose me.
If you’re getting married at the Trafalgar Tavern it really is a fantastic choice as even if the weather isn’t great, the venue is flooded with beautiful light. Once again thanks to the amazing staff at the Trafalgar Tavern for their excellent hospitality.
Trafalgar Tavern In Greenwich Wedding Photography: The Trafalgar Tavern in the Royal Borough of Greenwich is rapidly becoming one of my favourite London Wedding Venues. Here I am, bags packed, lenses cleaned and memory cards formatted for the wedding of Vanessa and Mark on Easter Sunday 2012.
As an experienced Trafalgar Tavern Wedding Photographer I know that it doesn’t matter if the weather is not on our side as the light in the venue is simply amazing. Getting married at the Trafalgar Tavern’s Nelson Banqueting Rooms which overlooks the Thames will simply wow your guests.
Here are some of the images from my previous Trafalgar Tavern weddings
Greenwich Wedding Photography | Helen and Russell – I recently had the pleasure of photographing Helen and Russell’s wedding at the Trafalgar Tavern in Greenwich, a venue I know very well. I met up with Helen and her bridal party at the Clarendon Hotel in Blackheath for some getting ready shots, as well as some informal family group photos. There was a nice relaxed feeling in the room, which was no surprise as having met Helen a couple of times prior to the wedding I knew this was going to be a lovely wedding.
A Beautiful Greenwich Wedding is the best way to describe Joanna and Vinay’s wedding. On a blistering hot day the couple arrived together at the Ladye Star of the Sea Church in Greenwich to meet their guests. Rarely do I get an opportunity to photograph a couple before the ceremony so this was treat for me.
Joanna and Vinay’s wedding photography coverage was mainly shot in a documentary style but they also wanted a few of my signature wedding photos. My signature shot incorporates the sun and the sky to give the photo a very dramatic feel. The couple made my job much easier as they were very natural in front of the camera and when they were together were very loving towards each other.
A Right Royal Greenwich Wedding by Gomes Photography: I never normally look at the weather forecast before a wedding but if I had it would have shown me one of those symbols which includes a bit of everything. Driving over to the Radisson Blu Edwardian New Providence Wharf Hotel in Canary Wharf to meet with Luci the weather was awesome, sun was shining and it was warm. Between arriving and leaving was like a different day, the rain had arrived and it was cold…
The success of a wedding ceremony depends as much on the wedding party as on the elaborate arrangements at the venue. Ideally, they should be involved in everystage of arrangements leading up to the actual event. Their active involvement in the arrangements will ensure that they get to know each other well and coordination on the all-important day does not become an issue. Therefore, it is imperative that your wedding party knows exactly what their role in the event is.The selection of people that form the wedding party is an onerous task. Only the most trustworthy should pass the muster. Once you’ve finalised your wedding party, it’s advisable to have a one-on-one with them so that they are made aware of your expectations from them. Even they can provide some useful inputs from their experiences, which can be incorporated in the overall scheme of things.So, exactly who are these people that constitute a wedding party and what are their roles?Let’s start with the bride and the groom. After all, they are the main actors of the entire show. Essentially, bride and the groom are responsible for running the show. You’ll take all the credit if the event is a success, but you should also be ready to cop all the blame in case anything unpleasant occurs at the venue, irrespective of the fact that the fault lies on someone else’s head.The about-to-be-weds are accompanied by attendants, known as chief bridesmaid or maid/matron of honour and the best man, respectively. Their role is to accompany you during engagement as well as the wedding day. Usually, both these attendants are expected to make a brief speech at the reception. Though the best man and chief bridesmaid would like to keep the contents of their speech a secret from the groom and the bride respectively, it is better if they can just share the salient points of their speech with them before the reception, in order to avoid last minute embarrassment before the guests.
Trafalgar Tavern Wedding Photographers: I really enjoy photographing weddings at the Trafalgar Tavern in Greenwich London as it is quite simply a fantastic London wedding venue. Sitting on the banks of the Thames in Greenwich the Tavern has views of Canary Wharf, the O2 and of course historic Greenwich.
I was lucky enough to be at the Trafalgar Tavern again this time to photograph the wedding of Carly and Sasha. I met up with Carly and Sasha a few months ago to talk through their wedding day which started of with the church service held at Our Ladye Star of the Sea, also in Greenwich.
Trafalgar Tavern Weddings Wedding Photographer: The Trafalgar Tavern in Greenwich London is a stunning wedding venue and I am delighted to have four weddings in 2012 already booked plus one more in 2011. Lydia and Richard were married at the Trafalgar this week on a day that weather wise looked very ‘Octoberish’.
Lydia contacted me earlier in the year as she liked my style of documentary wedding photography and was clear from the outset that she wanted pure reportage wedding photography coverage. The Trafalgar Tavern really is a amazing venue with views of Canary Wharf and the O2 and so perfect for documentary wedding photography.
The Trafalgar Tavern Wedding Photographer: The Trafalgar Tavern situated on Park Row in Greenwich London really is a little Gem, not just a Public House a place full of history, beautiful views and amazing rooms to hire out for your wedding.
It is one of London’s most essential public houses, Charles Dickens and William Gladstone could be seen dining together here, it stands in the Greenwich Maritime World Heritage Site.
The building is a late Regency building with stunning bay windows and elegant balconies and columns.