Wedding photography for LGBTQ couple at London Chelsea Town Hall registry Office
Love, Laughter, and Legacy:

In the heart of Chelsea, love found its way back to familiar ground as Lily and Helen embarked on their beautiful journey of marriage at the Chelsea Registry Office. Choosing this iconic venue held profound significance for Lily and Helen and generations intertwined in the legacy of love. Join me as we delve into the heartwarming moments captured on their special day.

Lily and Helen's decision to exchange vows at the Chelsea Registry Office was more than a logistical choice; it was a journey back to their roots. The town hall stood close to The Cross Keys, a pub where their love story first unfolded. This place was more than a venue; it was a testament to the enduring connection between Lily and Helen. Moreover, it echoed with family history, where Lily's parents had tied the knot.

As Lily and Helen took their steps down the aisle, they did so in a uniquely delightful way. Armed with bubble cameras, Helen's niece and nephew led the way, creating an adorable spectacle that set the tone for a day filled with joy and laughter.

After the emotional ceremony, the newlyweds stood on the iconic steps outside Chelsea Town Hall. Close family and friends showered them with confetti, creating a beautiful moment. Later, we used the exact steps to take group photos to help the couple cherish this special day. The brides had an intimate wedding and invited less than 30 guests to celebrate.

After taking some family photos, Lily and Helen got into a vintage London taxi and headed to The Cross Keys pub. They wanted to celebrate their love and memories in a familiar, cosy atmosphere where their paths had first crossed. We captured some candid moments and shared a drink. After spending 20 minutes taking photos, we headed to the Fox and Pheasant in Chelsea, a charming pub where Lily, Helen, and their guests enjoyed a delightful meal in the picturesque conservatory room.

Wedding photography for LGBTQ couple at London Chelsea Town Hall registry Office

While the Chelsea Registry Office set the stage for an intimately beautiful wedding, Lily and Helen had more celebrations in store. With less than 30 guests on this particular day, they reserved the grandeur for a larger party at Pangdean Barn in Hove a few days later, promising an extended celebration of their love.

Photographing Lily and Helen's Chelsea Registry Office wedding was a journey of love, laughter, and legacy. Every frame told a unique story, from the nostalgic choice of venue to the whimsical aisle procession and the intimate moments shared with loved ones. As they embark on the next chapter of their lives, the echoes of their Chelsea love story will continue to resonate

Family wedding on the steps of Chelsea Town Hall Wedding - LGBTQ

A little about Hannah Bain, London Wedding Photographer

I'm Hannah, a London-based wedding photographer. I live in South East London with my husband, our son, Isaac, and our small terrier, Edith. I've photographed many weddings across London, including Marylebone Town Hall, Islington Town HallChelsea Town Hall, Lambeth Town Hall, Shoreditch studios, and other venues.

If you are considering a wedding in London and are looking for a wedding photographer, then feel free to send an enquiry or message me on Instagram. I love getting to know new couples and hearing more about your engagement and wedding day plans. I'm a big romantic at heart.

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Photographer: @hannahbainphotography

Second photographer: @roswithachesher

Bride Dress: @reiss

Party dress: winifredroseclothing

Shoes: @tedbaker

Bride Suit: @boss

Registra’s: @kcvenues

Venue Chelsea: @thefoxandpheasantpub

Venue Hove: @pangdeanbarn

Confetti: @yourconfetti