The Old Marylebone Town Hall – one of the most iconic London wedding venues – has reopened after a big refurbishment. And now it is truly the icing on the cake of wedding photography.
Many celebrities such as Sir Paul McCartney, Ringo Starr and Sean Bean, have said “I do” over the decades in this gorgeous building. And I photographed Su and Ian’s wedding here many years ago.
Yesterday I was among the London wedding suppliers invited to see the fabulous building and the new ceremony rooms after more than four years’ renovation.
Old Marylebone Town Hall: east wing ceremony rooms
The Old Marylebone Town Hall now has 7 ceremony rooms, each named after parts of the borough.
Mayfair, Pimlico and Paddington are in the east wing, seating 30, 20 and up to 15 guests respectively.
While each room differs slightly in decor and style, all three mix the old and the new beautifully.
Velvet sofas, tasteful chairs and beautiful lighting feature in all of them. My personal favourite? The Mayfair room, where the lights symbolise wedding bands. And I love those chairs!
Westminster is Old Marylebone Town Hall’s largest room, with a capacity of 100. Certainly, it feels the most traditional of the rooms, with its breathtaking ceiling and wooden panelling.
Old Marylebone Town Hall: west wing ceremony rooms
Meanwhile, in the west wing, ceremony rooms Marylebone, Soho and Knightsbridge mirror the main decor features of the east wing rooms, while keeping their individual touches.
Finally, even the toilets are tastefully decorated and feature photographs of many happy celebrity wedding couples.
Booking now open
Certainly, the Old Marylebone Town Hall is a gorgeous wedding ceremony venue. So, if you haven’t booked your ceremony yet, it is definitely worth a visit.
10% wedding photography discount
Getting married at the Old Marylebone Town Hall and looking for a wedding photographer? I’m your girl!
And I’d like to offer you a 10% discount on your wedding photography at the venue, if booked with me by March 1, 2018.
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November 6, 2012