The world renowned and extremely popular Kew Gardens is not only ideal for plant lovers and leisurely strolls through the vast gardens, but is also one of London’s most spectacular wedding venues. In fact you will be soilt for choice in that there is the Nash Conservatory, the Orangery, Cambridge Cottage as well as the Joseph Banks building to choose from. I recently photographed an amazing wedding at Kew, with the ceremony taking place in the Nash Conservatory which is very close to one of the alternative entrance gates. Being close to an entrance gate is great in that allows the wedding car to drive up through the gate and drop the bride off right near the entrance, with of course all the guests inside excitedly looking on through the vast windows as she makes herway towards the entrance. It was in fact designed by John Nash for Buckingham Palace and was moved to Kew in 1836. It also used to house a variety of palms and plants but today is used as a functionand civil marraige ceremony venue. It is one of my personal favourite ceremony venues in London with no shortage of abundant light flowing in from three sides.
I have photographed receptions at the Orangery which is just a shot walk from the Nash Conservatory. As with all the other building in Kew Gardens, is is an amazing building and can seat 200 people. Plenty of room for a fantastic reception and party.
Another great aspect about getting married in Kew Gardens is that they provide a golf buggy for the couple and the photographer to buzz around the gardens for the couple portrait session. So there is no long walking required to take in a few.
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