Home House wedding photographer
I’ve never had the pleasure of working at Home House before. It’s a private London members club and if you didn’t know it was there, you’d never find it. It’s a beautiful venue hidden behind an unassuming black door on Portman square.
Emma got ready with her two bridesmaids and it was the most fun morning. Amy and Laura are hilarious and the three of them were constantly laughing. Amy is actually Neil’s sister which is how Emma originally got to know Neil. I don’t think Amy was super impressed that her best friend and her brother were getting together at first but now everything is as it is meant to be!
Emma had the most beautiful dress coupled with delicate roses and Jimmy Choo shoes.
Their ceremony was wonderfully emotional and had most of the guests in tears. And possibly their photographer 😉 But you really got the sense that these two are meant to be together and that they were taking the promises to each other very seriously…through frequent fits of laughter! My favourite moment was just after the kiss when they did a cheer to the room, who went wild!
After drinks in the courtyard in the blazing sunshine, Neil & Emma were welcomed in to the wedding breakfast to raputous applause. There was also quite a few renditions of the song ‘More, More, More’ referencing their surname of Moore! The speeches were great; few laughs, few tears, few embarrassing moments. Neil asked his Dad to be best man which I thought was really sweet and he did a hilarious speech which had the crowd in stitches!
For the evening Emma changed into her personalised Nike trainers with her new surname ‘Moore’ emblazoned across the back of them and the dance party got started. Emma and Neil are big clubbing fans so their former M.O.S. DJ got the party started immediately and I left them to it having a blast on the dance floor as they chatted about moving on to a nightclub!
Why have your wedding at Home House?
Established in the 18th century, Home House was designed by George III’s architect, James Wyatt, to build a sophisticated palace purely for enjoyment and entertainment, at No 20 Portman Square.
The ceremony room is called the Eating Room and the reception room is called the Front Parlour. Both are stunning and elegant.
It’s an intimate venue as it can only host 70 guests for a seated wedding so if you’re after a wedding on the smaller side but with an elegant London feel then this venue is perfect for you!
If you are looking for a Home House wedding photographer then please get in touch as I’d love to hear about your big day and see if my style of happy wedding photography would be a good fit for your day.
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