Intimate wedding at Old Marylebone town hall.
Small weddings at London town halls have become very popular in recent years and I now photograph a number of these every year, Chris and Sara got married on a Tuesday morning in the Pimlico Room at Old Marylebone Town Hall followed by a reception at nearby Clarette.
Old Marylebone Town Hall, located in the heart of London, is an iconic wedding venue that has been hosting weddings for over a century. With its grand architecture and stunning interiors, the Old Marylebone Town Hall is the perfect place to tie the knot in style.
The venue, which is owned and operated by Westminster City Council, has a variety of rooms to choose from, each with its unique charm and elegance. The largest room available is the Westminster Room which can accommodate up to 100 guests. This room is perfect for couples who want to have a grand wedding with all their family and friends in attendance. At the other end of the scale The Paddington Room is suitable for eight guests.
One of the biggest advantages of getting married at the Old Marylebone Town Hall is the convenience it offers. The venue is easily accessible via public transport, with several bus and tube stations located nearby. This makes it easy for guests to get to the venue without having to worry about parking or navigating unfamiliar streets.
The Pimlico Room is one of the most popular small rooms at the Old Marylebone Town Hall for wedding ceremonies. It is a beautifully appointed room with elegant decor and large windows that let in natural light, creating a bright and airy atmosphere.
The room can accommodate up to 20 guests, making it ideal for couples who want a small and intimate wedding ceremony. Despite its size, the Pimlico Room is a grand and impressive space, with ornate plasterwork that adds to the room’s charm.
The Pimlico Room is located on the first floor of the Old Marylebone Town Hall, and it is easily accessible via a grand staircase that leads up to the room. The staircase itself is an impressive feature of the venue, with beautiful wrought iron railings and intricate details that add to the grandeur of the building.
For couples who want to have a small and intimate wedding ceremony in a beautiful and historic setting, the Pimlico Room at the Old Marylebone Town Hall is the perfect choice. The room’s elegance and charm, combined with its convenient location make it a popular choice for couples looking to get married in London.
Clarette wedding reception.
Clarette has a private dining room which is perfect for small and intimate weddings seating 18 guests. Clarette is a French restaurant with an impressive wine menu, located on Blandford Street which is a short walk or taxi ride from Marylebone Town Hall.
Looking for an Old Marylebone Town Hall wedding photographer?
Fill in the contact form at the end of this page and I will get straight back to you. My fee for up to four hours coverage for a Marylebone town hall wedding is £800 on a weekday or £900 on a weekend, this includes a set of print ready digital images. I work in a storytelling hands off approach with suits couples who do not want a photographer taking over their wedding are uncomfortable with lots of posed photography.