Emily and Julian were married in Chelsea Register Office on the King’s Road, and afterwards had a Daphnes Conservatory wedding reception in nearby South Kensington.

Guests included Emily’s brother, Julian’s sister and eleven close friends. Chelsea’s Rossetti Room is an intimate ceremony room, ideal for this number of guests. Emily wore a very elegant navy blue, knee length lace dress with smart off-white long jacket and carried a pretty cream rose and freesia bouquet. Julian wore a matching navy suit with cream rose buttonhole. The Registrar clearly got on very well with the couple during their pre-ceremony meeting as plenty of laughter could be heard coming from the interview room.

After their ceremony the couple caught a cab to nearby Daphne’s Restaurant on Draycott Avenue (a 5 minute journey) where they held a short drinks reception in Daphne’s stunning Conservatory room. Daphne’s Conservatory can accommodate up to forty guests for a private lunch or dinner. The room comes with candles and place cards meaning the only thing that you need to provide is flowers. Emily and Julian had chosen green and cream tulips, hydrangeas, dianthus and viburnum to match their colour scheme. Julian loves wines and had chosen the selections with great care. The canapes looked delicious and Daphne’s has a fantastic reputation for providing classic Italian cuisine. The atmosphere, staff and food combine to make this a great venue for special occasions.

Everyone started showing Emily and Julian photographs that they had taken on their phones during and after the ceremony and the reactions were priceless. Julian’s reaction to one was very definitely ‘Blue Steel’!

If you’re getting married at Chelsea Register Office and would like to check if I’m available to photograph your wedding, please have a look at the Chelsea Register office information page for more details. And if you are considering Daphne’s as a ceremony or reception venue then do please think of me as your Daphnes Conservatory wedding photographer.

Bride and groom smiling at each other before their Chelsea Registry Office weddingJulian and Emily in navy and white with cream flowers at Chelsea Old Town Hall Emily and Julian enter the Rossetti Room inside Chelsea Old Town Hall for their civil marriage ceremony Bride and groom smile at teh start of their Chelsea wedding watched by friends and family Emily and Julian exchange smiles after their marriage vows in Chelsea's Rossetti Room Julian places the ring on Emily's finger during their Chelsea Register Office wedding Family and friends look on with joy during Emily and Julian's wedding ceremony The Kensington and Chelsea Registrar announces that Emily and Julian are officially married Emily and Julian smile delightedly now that they are husband and wife in Chelsea's Rossetti Room Emily is delighted to be married to Julian at Chelsea Old Town Hall Signing the register in the Rossetti Room at Chelsea Old Town Hall Julian points to his sister and new brother-in-law during the signing of the register at Chelsea Registry Office Family and friends laughing at the groom during a Chelsea Old Town Hall wedding Emily and Julian giggling during the signing of the register The Kensington and Chelsea Registrar hands over the marriage license to Emily after her Chelsea Register Office wedding Guests clap the happy couple inside teh Rossetti Room at Chelsea Old Town Hall The famous Chelsea Old Town Hall steps with Julian and Emily exiting to a hail of confetti We did it! Married at Chelsea Old Town Hall Bride and groom on the steps of Chelsea Register Office Bride and groom along with family and friends on the steps at Chelsea Old Town Hall Daphnes Conservatory Wedding Photographer - bride and groom outside their wedding reception restaurant, Daphne's in South Kensington Interior shot of Daphne's restaurant in Draycott Avenue, South Kensington Elegant Italian decor in Daphne's South Kensington Daphne's Conservatory laid for a wedding meal Decor and wine at Daphne's Conservatory for a wedding reception Green and cream flowers in spotty vases for this Daphne's Conservatory wedding Julian and Emily toast their marriage with a glass of champagne Daphnes Conservatory Wedding Photographer - for natural and relaxed wedding photographs with the minimum of fuss Using the mirrora at Daphne's Conservatory for a bride and groom portrait Guests enjoying the private Daphne's Conservatory during a wedding reception Guests chatting during this Daphne's Conservatory wedding reception Groom adn his sister celebrate his marriage at Daphne's South Kensington Bride and groom relive their wedding ceremony via a guest's mobile phone Julian reacts to his wedding photograph with a real Blue Steel look!