Fulham Palace wedding photographer

For your Fulham Palace wedding in Hammersmith & Fulham
Fulham Palace wedding in the Bishop Terrick's Drawing Room - a bride and groom kiss after their Hammersmith and Fulham Register Office registrar civil marriage ceremony in this historic Grade I listed west London wedding venue
Fulham Palace and the south lawn in Autumn with trees framing the stunning rear aspect of the Grade I listed building
The historic Grade I listed Tudor courtyard and fountain inside the gates at west London wedding venue, Fulham Palace
Bride, her father, and her daughter meet the Hammersmith and Fulham Registrar just before their Bishop Terrick's Drawing Room civil wedding ceremony
Electric tealights and trailing ivy with roses in glass vases decorate the bookcase in the Bishop Terrick's Drawing Room at Fulham Palace for a wedding
Bride and groom smiling during their Fulham Palace civil marriage ceremony handled by Hammersmith and Fulham Registry Office
In the Bishop Terrick's Drawing Room at Fulham Palace the Hammersmith and Fulham Registery Office Registrar makes the bride and groom laugh at the end of their civil marriage ceremony just before she hands over the wedding certificate
The stunning ancient orchard in the walled garden at Fulham Palace with a bride and groom posing for their wedding portrait photography
Chloe Goreham from Bovingdons Catering at Fulham Palace puts the grrom's buttonhole flower in place just before his civil wedding ceremony
Bride and her father arrive in a smart wedding car to the historic Tudor courtyard at Grade I listed Fulham Palace for a civil marriage ceremony
Peter Black virtuoso guitarist plays classical guitar during Fulham Palace wedding ceremon
Bride and her father walking into the Bishop Terrick's Drawing Room at Fulham Palce for a civil wedding ceremony
Wedding vows and the exchange of rings at this Autumn wedding at Fulham Palace in west London
Bride and groom kiss at the end of their Fulham Palace wedding before walking out of the Bishop Terrick's Drawing Room
Bride and Groom portrait in the ancient botanical walled garden at Fulham Palace after their civil wedding ceremony

Getting married at Fulham Palace?

Fulham Palace is an historic Grade I listed West London wedding venue just north of Putney Bridge and offers plenty of options for your wedding. There are four rooms in which you can have your civil ceremony and they are:

  • The Great Hall – seats up to 110. A magnificent hall with a fabulous Gothic fireplace as the backdrop to your ceremony. There is wooden panelling and high north facing windows – great for photography. It is the first room that you enter as you come into the Palace and it certainly has the wow factor.
  • Bishop Terrick’s Drawing Room – seats up to 50. Features include wooden floorboards, soft cream painted walls, an ornate plaster ceiling, tall shuttered Georgian windows framed externally by wisteria with views of the lawn, and a feature marble fireplace. Natural light is balanced with a warm glow from a central chandelier
  • Bishop Terrick’s Dining Room – seats up to 25. Very similar to the Drawing Room (which adjoins) in decor and light and with it’s own feature fireplace.
  • Bishop Sherlock’s Room – seats up to 80 guests. Restored in 2006 this room has a stunning Rococo ceiling and is painted in a tastefull yellow. By special arrangement.

You can also have a blessing in the Victorian Tait Chapel and this is via All Saint’s Church, Fulham. The chapel seats 90 and you can decorate it with your own flowers. There is a full working organ.

Civil ceremonies can be arranged via Hammersmith & Fulham Register Office and their phone number is 020 8753 2140.

Catering is provided by Bovingdons Catering and they are very well know as the ‘foodie’ wedding caterers.

If you have booked your wedding at Fulham Palace you are probably now thinking about photography. Whether you are planning an intimate ceremony with your two witnesses or a few dozen of your nearest and dearest, I offer coverage from one hour upwards.

  • One hour – covers the ceremony itself, group photographs, and portraits of the two of you
  • Two hours – the most popular option – has more time to include your arrival at the Palace, group photographs, and portraits of the two of you making full use of all the available locations offered by the Palace (interiors and exteriors)
  • Three hours or more – allows for coverage of preparations (if required), the ceremony, groups, your portraits, the room laid out for your wedding breakfast, guest portraits during your drinks reception and speeches

You choose.

If you’re not sure, give me a call on 01342 811631 or simply get in touch via the inquiry form below. We can talk through your plans, your budget and what you would like from your wedding photography. We’ll work something out together.

It’s all part of the service.

3 hours

  • Includes hand-finished, ready to print digital files
  • Available weekdays & weekends
  • Additional coverage can be added (subject to availability)

1 hour

  • Includes hand-finished, ready to print digital files
  • Available Monday to Friday only
  • Perfect for ceremonies with bride, groom & two witnesses

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