Marylebone Weddings

Small wedding photography at Old Marylebone Town Hall for couples who love making memories.

As a seasoned Old Marylebone Town Hall wedding photographer, you’ve made a great choice. It’s an iconic building that’s seen tens of thousands of happy couples tie the knot over the decades. From the stunning setting and atmospheric rooms to the lovely staff and registrars, you’ll spend a delightful hour getting married here.

Outside, the famous steps and iconic columns make the perfect setting for your confetti and group shots, and you’re spoiled for choice of local reception venues, such as The Harcourt, or further afield like The Orange in Pimlico, or The Ivy Tower Bridge. If you’re looking for an Old Marylebone Town Hall wedding photographer check out some of my favourite photos below then keep scrolling for more info and FAQs. And if you like what you see, I’d love to hear from you!

33 of my favourite Marylebone wedding photos

Marylebone wedding highlight galleries

Highlights from four of my favourite Old Marylebone Town Hall weddings, including receptions at The Orange in Pimlico, The Ivy Tower Bridge, and The Harcourt.

Some favourite Marylebone venues for a small wedding reception

A lot of couples celebrate with drinks and lunch afterwards and Marylebone has easy access to a wealth of wonderful venues. Here's a few of the lovely places they've taken me to.

The Harcourt

Address: 32 Harcourt St, London W1H 4HX

Directions from Old Marylebone Town Hall

The Harcourt is an elegant venue for a post-wedding celebration, about ten minutes walk from Old Marylebone Town Hall. It offers a choice of private rooms for your reception, and some of the best cocktails in the area, created by a Swedish mixologist to perfectly complement their menu created by a Finnish chef.

The Orange Pimlico

Address: 37 Pimlico Rd, London SW1W 8NE

The Orange in Pimlico is about 10 minutes in a black cab. They have a beautiful private dining room upstairs that seats 40-ish guests, as well as a separate lounge room and access to a small rooftop terrace. Great food and drink, and great staff.

The Ivy Tower Bridge


Address: One Tower Bridge, Tower Bridge Rd, London SE1 2AA

The Ivy Tower Bridge combines their world-famous British brasserie style and menu with spectacular views of Tower Bridge and the Thames. Their private dining room on the first floor has floor-to-ceiling windows on two sides and can be arranged with one long table or several round ones.

The Ivy Market Grill


Address: 1a Henrietta St, London WC2E 8PS

The Ivy Market Grill brings the familiar luxury of The Ivy to Covent Garden, with a pair of well appointed private dining rooms downstairs. It feels opulent, warm, and intimate all at once, a special way to spend the afternoon.

The Marylebone

Address: 47 Welbeck Street, London W1G 8DN

Directions from Old Marylebone Town Hall

The Marylebone is just 10-15 minutes walk from Old Marylebone Town Hall and the perfect location for your wedding day. Start with prep in your suite before the wedding, and come back to celebrate in style in one of their private dining rooms, decked out with marble-topped counters and beautiful wood panelling, alongside luscious palm trees, curated artworks and designer furniture – all basking in natural daylight, every wedding photographer’s favourite kind of light!


How long do you need to book for your wedding?

I’ve got two packages that suit most couples getting married at Old Marylebone Town Hall, or you can book by the hour (four hour minimum). For more details get in touch and I’ll send you my full client guide.

Ninety minutes

Ideal for small weddings with just a few guests. I start half an hour before the ceremony for arrivals, then after confetti and group shots on the Old Marylebone Town Hall steps there’s about 15-20 minutes left to make some gorgeous portraits under the columns or in the nearby mews.

Three hours

The best option if you’re celebrating afterwards, and you’ll get a lot more lovely candid photos in your gallery. The extra time is just right for half an hour or so of drinks, a speech or two, and the first course of your lunch. If you’d like me to stay longer just add time by the hour.

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Bring your photos to life in print

How will you enjoy your Old Marylebone Town Hall wedding photos in, say, ten, twenty, fifty years from now? The photos we print are the ones we enjoy most often, and printing your favourites in a beautiful custom-made book brings them to life like nothing else.

Handmade Heirloom albums

The most exquisite book you’ll ever own, nothing compares to holding your very own handcrafted wedding album in your hands and leafing through the pages. All your favourite photos across at least 10 lay-flat spreads of thick fine art paper, bound by hand in linen or leather, with your choice of end-paper colour, and engraved, debossed or foil-laid cover text. This is the legacy piece your photos deserve, destined to become a family heirloom.

Available in 10×10″ and 12×12″ for your main album, with a 6×6 version available as a duplicate copy for parents.

Leatherette hardback books

This affordable premium album is ideal for smaller Old Marylebone Town Hall weddings. They start with 10 lay-flat spreads of thick art-white paper, bound in leatherette hardback with a laser-etched or printed cover title.

This option comes in 10×10 only for your main album, with an 8×8 version available as a duplicate copy for parents.

Frequently asked questions

What do we get?

The price always includes a pre-wedding chat on the phone or Zoom, photography, travel to and from London, editing, a private gallery to share, a set of digitals for your full personal use; there’s usually around 100 photos from a 90 minute booking, and around 200 from a three hour booking. And there’s 20% off any albums in your package when you book, too.

Can we get albums and prints?

Absolutely. You can order long-lasting museum-quality prints from your gallery, and custom-designed books of your favourites directly from me, any time. And you’re welcome to make your own prints using your digitals, of course.

How & when do we get the photos?

Your private online gallery of finished photos is usually ready 3-4 weeks later, depending how busy we are that month. You’ll be able to enjoy it on a computer, tablet or smartphone. All your guests can download web-friendly digitals for free, and the bride and groom will be able to download one full set of high resolution print-ready digital files too.

Do you do portraits and group shots?

If you’d like to have some it’s no problem. With a 90 minute booking there’s time for a few key group shots and a few portraits on the Town Hall steps. With longer bookings we can do more shots at a different location.

What if it rains?

The simple answer: bring umbrellas! We can still make lovely group shots on the Old Marylebone Town Hall steps under umbrellas – matching white umbrellas look great! There may be an opportunity to do a couple of group shots and a few couple portraits on the staircase inside but it depends on their schedule that day – give them a call to ask what they’ll allow inside if there’s heavy rain.

How do we book you to be our Old Marylebone Town Hall wedding photographer?

First get in touch with a few details and we’ll have a quick chat by phone or Zoom video call. After that we’ll know if I’m right for you, and I’ll put together a package with everything you want. I’ll send you booking forms and my contract, and request a non-refundable first payment of 50% of the package total. The final balance is due four weeks before the wedding.

Ask for more info

If you like my work I’d love to hear from you. Tell me a bit about you and your wedding and I’ll get back to you personally as soon as I can, usually within 24 hours (Mon – Fri). Thanks!