Wedding Photography at Syon Park · Raquel + John


Raquel and John were married at the gorgeous Syon Park back in July 2017 on a day that decided to have every type of weather available… all within the space on an hour.

Sometimes referred to as London’s Secret Wedding Venue it’s not a surprise if you’ve never heard of it. Nestled away on the banks of the Thames at Old Isleworth it minds its own business and waits to be discovered by couples looking for a little extra WOW to add to their wedding celebrations.

Personally I think it holds a strong claim to being the best place to get married in London.

If you are at the early stages of planning and need an experienced Syon Park Wedding Photographer I would love to hear from you. First, please check my availability by getting in touch here:


Raquel and John’s Syon Park wedding is one of the most complex I’ve ever had the privilege of documenting. The Civil Ceremony in the Robert Adam’s State Dining Room with its ornate Corinthian columns and marble statues of Ceres and Bacchus representing food and drink, was followed (after family photos in the Inner Courtyard) by a traditional Jewish Wedding Ceremony complete in the Great Hall, one of the most stunning ceremony spaces in London.

While gathering in the Inner Courtyard for the first set of speeches the heavens opened and we all decamped to The Long Hall, slightly damp. After a fabulous wedding breakfast (and couple portraits) in the magnificent neo-classical Great Conservatory we listened to a second set of speeches and then danced the night away accompanied by the best light show I’ve seen at a wedding anywhere!


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