A bride and groom standing in Richmond Park

A wonderful Warren House 50s themed spring Wedding

Kate and Martin’s Warren House  50s themed spring wedding was such a fab affair!

With lots of help right from the outset from their two little cuties Hugo and Iris, Kate and Martin got married in Christ Church in East Sheen, just a few minutes from where they live.

From this beautiful church we then crossed Richmond Park.

A short detour for some glorious photos overlooking the park and in the tall grass later, we then made our way to Warren House, which is very conveniently located just on the other side of the Park. What a fab day it really was and how much fun everyone had at Kate and Martin’s wonderful wedding.

If you are looking for a wedding venue that has lots to offer, in terms of space, beauty and versatility then this is one to really consider.

It’s stunning grounds with a myriad of flowers are mirrored by the opulence of the Victorian interior, including a truly breathtaking staircase. It’s many rooms offer a great backdrop to every size of party and the attention to detail as well as the little nooks and crannies make photographing a wedding here a pleasure.

Even when the weather is a little miserable the wedding photos are amazing!

For a spring wedding, you can pop up to Richmond Park for your couple shoot like we did with Kate and Martin and you can also take advantage of Warren House’s beautiful grounds and flowers. Richmond Park is full of tall grasses and dramatic trees during the spring that add a dramatic look to your photos, while the daffodils at Warren House are gorgeous at this time of year and are great for some fun and quirky couple photos for your spring wedding.

I love it here and would love to photograph your Warren House wedding here, so if you’re planning your 50s themed wedding or spring wedding and would like to take full advantage of both Richmond Park and Warren House, then let’s arrange to meet and chat.

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