Spencer House is London’s most magnificent eighteenth-century aristocratic palace. Built between 1756-1766 for John, first Earl Spencer, an ancestor of Diana, Princess of Wales, it is London’s finest surviving
eighteenth-century townhouse and is recognised as one of the most ambitious and splendid private palaces ever built in London.
The luxury London wedding of Q&M was a photographer’s dream, with preparations at the bride’s house and at the Corinthia Hotel, followed by a romantic and heartfelt ceremony with a string quartet, a drink reception in the terrace overlooking Green Park, an intimate evening reception in the Great Room and party under the stars in the secluded terrace.
The colourful summer pastel flowers were absolutely perfect and were provided by Wild At Heart while the beautiful cake, matching the bride’s wedding gown, was created by the talented Rosalind Miller.
The gorgeous bride wore a bespoke Elie Saab wedding gown with a sweetheart neckline and cathedral veil and changed into a second elegant dress for the evening celebrations.
Spencer House is a hidden gem and I’m honoured to have worked here on several occasions. It’s the most marvellous venue for an elegant, intimate and sophisticated wedding right in the centre of London.
I hope you will enjoy seeing all the details of this luxury wedding in London where I worked alongside my fave Alessandro Bordoni who also provided the awesome behind the scene video below of me at work.
It was such an honour being chosen as Q&M luxury London Wedding Photographer.
Are you currently planning your wedding day in London or anywhere else in the world? Contact me here to discuss. I’d be thrilled to hear about your wedding plans. I regularly photograph weddings all over Europe, and especially in London and the UK, Italy, France & Greece.
Wishing you a lovely day.