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September Venue of the Month: No.11 Cavendish Square

September Venue of the Month: No.11 Cavendish Square

No.11 Cavendish Square is a Grade II listed Georgian townhouse, which perfectly maintains its original features while combining them with an exquisite contemporary design. Offering a fabulous choice of spaces and a courtyard garden in an enviable location just around the corner from Oxford Circus, No.11 provides the perfect setting to host chic wedding celebrations, giving your day a sense of sophistication and distinguished elegance.

The Old Marylebone Town Hall

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Through June and July, we put a spotlight onto the amazing wedding photographers who regularly shoot weddings here at The Old Marylebone Town Hall and do a fabulous job at capturing our couples wedding day memories forever.

For those of you that are keen to be creative with your wedding photographs once you leave the town hall, we have made a list of some of the best places for a unique wedding photograph within easy reach of The Old Marylebone Town Hall, within Westminster.


August Venue of the Month: Institute of Contemporary Arts

The Institute of Contemporary Arts is an iconic venue located on The Mall, just a short walk from Buckingham Palace and Downing Street. It is a creative and culturally significant building with two Regency rooms and a large Theatre space.  While enjoying breath-taking views from three balconies overlooking St. James’s Park, Big Ben and London Eye, it is a spectacular location to sip champagne and party in style.

Photograph by YB Photography

Wedding Photographer Spotlight: YB PHOTOGRAPHIC

Tell us about your photography journey and why/how you became a wedding photographer?

My path to professional photography took me from fashion, where I developed an eye for style, composition and light, via investment banking, which taught me to stay calm in the most excitable of situations, to photographing my first wedding 15 years ago. I was hooked from the first wedding I photographed.