Beautiful Claridge’s summer wedding

Nina and Jason’s chic Claridge’s summer wedding

Claridge's summer wedding facade

If you want the perfect wedding venue in London, you should look no further than Claridge’s Hotel.  Beautiful bride Nina and her new husband Jason had a Claridge’s summer wedding and it was a timeless and classic affair. After all, what could be more elegant than this iconic London hotel? With its sweeping staircase and beautiful reception rooms, it is also the perfect backdrop in which to take beautiful wedding photographs as you can see from the images below.

Summer wedding at Claridge's bride getting readyFamily photography London bride in suite

Family photography London reflection in piano

Gorgeous bride Nina getting ready in the Grand Piano Suite before the ceremony.

Claridge's summer wedding walking down aisle

London bride and groom Nina and Jason held their nuptials in the elegant and light Drawing Room…

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Followed by dancing in the adjacent French Salon

Both rooms are staggeringly beautiful and make wonderful backdrops to wedding photographs. However, we had fun exploring the hotel and choosing other locations for intimate portraits of the bride and groom to help them remember the quieter moments of their big day.

Claridge's summer wedding kissing by entrance

We stole outside to photograph the happy couple in front of the iconic revolving door sharing a kiss

Claridge's summer wedding couple on staircase

We shot this lovely image from the top of the grand, sweeping staircase

Claridge's summer wedding couple in entrance hall

This photo was taken inside the main entrance. The amazing summer flowers decorating the hotel make a perfect backdrop for our bride and groom

Claridge's summer wedding mirrored hallway

And this in the mirrored hallway outside the ballroom before the reception

Claridge’s summer wedding

It’s hard to imagine a more beautiful venue for this lovely couple. I wish them all the best in their married life!

Your wedding or celebration

If you are planning a wedding or celebration, I would love to meet you. You can contact me on 07958 511819 or click here to email me. Claridge’s is one of my favourite London wedding venues. Check out these beautiful photos of a Winter wedding I photographed at Claridge’s recently.

To date, I have photographed some amazing weddings and celebrations around the world and have worked closely with the finest International event organisers. I also enjoy multiple commissions from high profile private clients who not only value my expertise but importantly my discretion, trust and confidentiality.

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