London Wedding Photography, The Travellers Club Pall Mall

November 18, 2020

The Travellers Club is located on Pall Mall in London. A Truly magnificent venue for wedding photography.

The Travellers Club was founded in 1819 and moved to its present purpose-built clubhouse, designed by Charles Barry, in 1832.  The Club has many foreign Ambassadors and High Commissioners in London among its members. 

Throughout the Club's existence distinguished members of the Diplomatic Service, the Home Civil Service, and the Armed Forces have come to the Travellers Club, while other professions have increasingly been added to the membership, as international travel has become part of the working life of a wider and wider range of occupations.

The Travellers Club is a dream venue for wedding photography. It has many locations for photographs. The grounds are fantastic and inside you are spoilt for choice as to where to capture. It is great to meet up with couples prior to the wedding. When this happens we often walk around looking at the rooms being used. This is not only a great way of involving the couple, it is also a good way of getting to know each other. There may be a location that people really want to use.

The Travellers Club with its grand rooms is ideal for when the weather is against the day. We will talk about "Plan B" and what will happen. If it is rainy when it comes to the group shots, I quickly set up studio lights in a room of choice.

Coverage here can start at a time that you wish. Photography can finish when you want it to. The day can start with the bride getting ready or when she is just about ready. Photographs then move onto capturing guests arriving. The service is captured. After the service I spend time unobtrusively photographing the bridal party and guests before time is spent on the group shots. After this I spend time with the married couple before the wedding breakfast commences.

Wedding photography can finish at this point. If you choose for coverage to continue I will capture the speeches and first dance. It will also include capturing evening guests as they arrive and once again unobtrusively recording the evening. About 30 minutes after the first dance, the wedding story is complete.

Photographs from the day are ready to go online in you very own password protected private gallery 7 days after the wedding. If you have chosen the USB package  (all images taken on the day, hand processed and fully printable) this will be posted direct to you within 10 days. If you have chosen your album images, again this will be posted directly to you within 14 days.

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London Wedding Photography. Landmark VenuesLondon Wedding Photography. Landmark VenuesMy unobtrusive style allows me to capture all aspects of the wedding story in a natural way. The only time I am really noticed is when the group shots are compiled. I ask couples to provide this before the wedding. This is usually about 2 weeks before and when I call or meet in person to discuss the details of the day. I often meet couples at venues and walk through the day. Its great to talk or meet before the wedding and get to know each other. It really can make a difference on the wedding day and often it makes couples feel more relaxed if we meet up in person before. I like to give them as much input as possible.
The photographs below were all taken throughout London. Venues include Tower Bridge, Mandarin Oriental Hotel Hyde Park, Boat trip along The Thames, Private house in Chelsea, Ham House, Devonport House, The Travellers Club on Pall Mall, Marylebone Town Hall, London Zoo, Chelsea Old Church, Westminster Boating Base. Pembroke Lodge. It will give you a feel for my work and if you have any questions, please contact me here (My office is closed until at least December due to Covid). Although my office is closed, I am available via email ( see contact page) or by telephone (07931330829).
London Wedding Photography. Landmark VenuesLondon Wedding Photography. Landmark VenuesMy unobtrusive style allows me to capture all aspects of the wedding story in a natural way. The only time I am really noticed is when the group shots are compiled. I ask couples to provide this before the wedding. This is usually about 2 weeks before and when I call or meet in person to discuss the details of the day. I often meet couples at venues and walk through the day. Its great to talk or meet before the wedding and get to know each other. It really can make a difference on the wedding day and often it makes couples feel more relaxed if we meet up in person before. I like to give them as much input as possible.
The photographs below were all taken throughout London. Venues include Tower Bridge, Mandarin Oriental Hotel Hyde Park, Boat trip along The Thames, Private house in Chelsea, Ham House, Devonport House, The Travellers Club on Pall Mall, Marylebone Town Hall, London Zoo, Chelsea Old Church, Westminster Boating Base. Pembroke Lodge. It will give you a feel for my work and if you have any questions, please contact me here (My office is closed until at least December due to Covid). Although my office is closed, I am available via email ( see contact page) or by telephone (07931330829).
London Wedding Photography. Landmark VenuesLondon Wedding Photography. Landmark VenuesMy unobtrusive style allows me to capture all aspects of the wedding story in a natural way. The only time I am really noticed is when the group shots are compiled. I ask couples to provide this before the wedding. This is usually about 2 weeks before and when I call or meet in person to discuss the details of the day. I often meet couples at venues and walk through the day. Its great to talk or meet before the wedding and get to know each other. It really can make a difference on the wedding day and often it makes couples feel more relaxed if we meet up in person before. I like to give them as much input as possible.
The photographs below were all taken throughout London. Venues include Tower Bridge, Mandarin Oriental Hotel Hyde Park, Boat trip along The Thames, Private house in Chelsea, Ham House, Devonport House, The Travellers Club on Pall Mall, Marylebone Town Hall, London Zoo, Chelsea Old Church, Westminster Boating Base. Pembroke Lodge. It will give you a feel for my work and if you have any questions, please contact me here (My office is closed until at least December due to Covid). Although my office is closed, I am available via email ( see contact page) or by telephone (07931330829).
London Wedding Photography. Landmark VenuesLondon Wedding Photography. Landmark VenuesMy unobtrusive style allows me to capture all aspects of the wedding story in a natural way. The only time I am really noticed is when the group shots are compiled. I ask couples to provide this before the wedding. This is usually about 2 weeks before and when I call or meet in person to discuss the details of the day. I often meet couples at venues and walk through the day. Its great to talk or meet before the wedding and get to know each other. It really can make a difference on the wedding day and often it makes couples feel more relaxed if we meet up in person before. I like to give them as much input as possible.
The photographs below were all taken throughout London. Venues include Tower Bridge, Mandarin Oriental Hotel Hyde Park, Boat trip along The Thames, Private house in Chelsea, Ham House, Devonport House, The Travellers Club on Pall Mall, Marylebone Town Hall, London Zoo, Chelsea Old Church, Westminster Boating Base. Pembroke Lodge. It will give you a feel for my work and if you have any questions, please contact me here (My office is closed until at least December due to Covid). Although my office is closed, I am available via email ( see contact page) or by telephone (07931330829).
London Wedding Photography. Landmark VenuesLondon Wedding Photography. Landmark VenuesMy unobtrusive style allows me to capture all aspects of the wedding story in a natural way. The only time I am really noticed is when the group shots are compiled. I ask couples to provide this before the wedding. This is usually about 2 weeks before and when I call or meet in person to discuss the details of the day. I often meet couples at venues and walk through the day. Its great to talk or meet before the wedding and get to know each other. It really can make a difference on the wedding day and often it makes couples feel more relaxed if we meet up in person before. I like to give them as much input as possible.
The photographs below were all taken throughout London. Venues include Tower Bridge, Mandarin Oriental Hotel Hyde Park, Boat trip along The Thames, Private house in Chelsea, Ham House, Devonport House, The Travellers Club on Pall Mall, Marylebone Town Hall, London Zoo, Chelsea Old Church, Westminster Boating Base. Pembroke Lodge. It will give you a feel for my work and if you have any questions, please contact me here (My office is closed until at least December due to Covid). Although my office is closed, I am available via email ( see contact page) or by telephone (07931330829).
London Wedding Photography. Landmark VenuesLondon Wedding Photography. Landmark VenuesMy unobtrusive style allows me to capture all aspects of the wedding story in a natural way. The only time I am really noticed is when the group shots are compiled. I ask couples to provide this before the wedding. This is usually about 2 weeks before and when I call or meet in person to discuss the details of the day. I often meet couples at venues and walk through the day. Its great to talk or meet before the wedding and get to know each other. It really can make a difference on the wedding day and often it makes couples feel more relaxed if we meet up in person before. I like to give them as much input as possible.
The photographs below were all taken throughout London. Venues include Tower Bridge, Mandarin Oriental Hotel Hyde Park, Boat trip along The Thames, Private house in Chelsea, Ham House, Devonport House, The Travellers Club on Pall Mall, Marylebone Town Hall, London Zoo, Chelsea Old Church, Westminster Boating Base. Pembroke Lodge. It will give you a feel for my work and if you have any questions, please contact me here (My office is closed until at least December due to Covid). Although my office is closed, I am available via email ( see contact page) or by telephone (07931330829).
Islington Wedding PhotographyIslington Wedding PhotographyFlower Girl at a wedding in London. I photograph weddings throughout London and all across The UK. Since 2001 I have been documenting and telling a story of a wedding day. Wedding photography can begin when you want it. I always speak to clients before the wedding to discuss in detail the day. Richmond Wedding PhotographyRichmond Wedding PhotographyThis image was taken at a before the wedding service which took place at Pembroke Lodge on Richmond Park Richmond Surrey.
The bride got ready just down the road from Richmond Park at the Coach and Horses Hotel, Kew Green, Kew. It was a lovely moment between the bride and her Mum.
The couple had complete coverage of the wedding. Please feel free to contact me about your day. I capture weddings throughout the UK and do not charge for travel costs.
Location: Coach and Horses, Kew Green, Kew, London
Wedding Photography The Travellers Club Pall MallWedding Photography The Travellers Club Pall MallThe oldest club in Pall Mall
I must say this is one of the finest venues I have attended to photograph a wedding. It really is a glorious venue.
The Club was founded in 1819, 'for gentlemen who had travelled out of the British Isles to a distance of at least five hundred miles from London in a direct line'. Membership was extended to foreign visitors and diplomats posted to London.
The original concept of The Club dates from the return to peace in Europe following the Napoleonic Wars. The founders envisaged a club where gentlemen who travelled abroad might meet and offer hospitality to distinguished foreign visitors. Arrangements for the establishment of The Club were finalised at a meeting in the spring of 1819, attended by distinguished diplomats, travellers and two future Prime Ministers (the Earl of Aberdeen and Viscount Palmerston).
The head of Ulysses was adopted as the Club symbol.
The Club was first housed at 12 Waterloo Place but soon outgrew the space and so moved to 49 Pall Mall (opposite the Oxford and Cambridge Club).
In 1826 money was raised to lease part of the grounds of Carlton House and Sir Charles Barry, who later designed the Houses of Parliament and the Reform Club next door, was appointed as architect.

You can contact me here to talk about wedding photography
Wedding Photography The Travellers Club Pall MallWedding Photography The Travellers Club Pall MallThe oldest club in Pall Mall
I must say this is one of the finest venues I have attended to photograph a wedding. It really is a glorious venue.
The Club was founded in 1819, 'for gentlemen who had travelled out of the British Isles to a distance of at least five hundred miles from London in a direct line'. Membership was extended to foreign visitors and diplomats posted to London.
The original concept of The Club dates from the return to peace in Europe following the Napoleonic Wars. The founders envisaged a club where gentlemen who travelled abroad might meet and offer hospitality to distinguished foreign visitors. Arrangements for the establishment of The Club were finalised at a meeting in the spring of 1819, attended by distinguished diplomats, travellers and two future Prime Ministers (the Earl of Aberdeen and Viscount Palmerston).
The head of Ulysses was adopted as the Club symbol.
The Club was first housed at 12 Waterloo Place but soon outgrew the space and so moved to 49 Pall Mall (opposite the Oxford and Cambridge Club).
In 1826 money was raised to lease part of the grounds of Carlton House and Sir Charles Barry, who later designed the Houses of Parliament and the Reform Club next door, was appointed as architect.

You can contact me here to talk about wedding photography
Crondon Park Wedding PhotographyCrondon Park Wedding PhotographyCrondon Park Stock in Essex has it all. It has great grounds, great interior and great service. There are so many locations for photography. The lake was a perfect moment for the bride and groom. I like to take the bride and groom away from the wedding guests for a brief spell. This is a great time to capture some moments between them both.
Coverage began with the groom as he and his bestman and then I awaited for the arrival of the bride. She was stunning!
Crondon Park is the perfect venue for your perfect day.
The grand Baronial Hall is an exclusive, self-contained venue with its own ceremony room, bridal suite, bar and private garden.
The experience ensures attention to detail and the highest levels of service so that your day runs smoothly. All of their menu’s are home made using the freshest ingredients and you can choose from a wide selection of wines to complement your meals and moments.
They welcome the opportunity of showing you their facilities and discussing your special day requirements.
Wedding Photography The Travellers Club Pall MallWedding Photography The Travellers Club Pall MallThe oldest club in Pall Mall
I must say this is one of the finest venues I have attended to photograph a wedding. It really is a glorious venue.
The Club was founded in 1819, 'for gentlemen who had travelled out of the British Isles to a distance of at least five hundred miles from London in a direct line'. Membership was extended to foreign visitors and diplomats posted to London.
The original concept of The Club dates from the return to peace in Europe following the Napoleonic Wars. The founders envisaged a club where gentlemen who travelled abroad might meet and offer hospitality to distinguished foreign visitors. Arrangements for the establishment of The Club were finalised at a meeting in the spring of 1819, attended by distinguished diplomats, travellers and two future Prime Ministers (the Earl of Aberdeen and Viscount Palmerston).
The head of Ulysses was adopted as the Club symbol.
The Club was first housed at 12 Waterloo Place but soon outgrew the space and so moved to 49 Pall Mall (opposite the Oxford and Cambridge Club).
In 1826 money was raised to lease part of the grounds of Carlton House and Sir Charles Barry, who later designed the Houses of Parliament and the Reform Club next door, was appointed as architect.

You can contact me here to talk about wedding photography
Wedding Photography The Travellers Club Pall MallWedding Photography The Travellers Club Pall MallThe oldest club in Pall Mall
I must say this is one of the finest venues I have attended to photograph a wedding. It really is a glorious venue.
The Club was founded in 1819, 'for gentlemen who had travelled out of the British Isles to a distance of at least five hundred miles from London in a direct line'. Membership was extended to foreign visitors and diplomats posted to London.
The original concept of The Club dates from the return to peace in Europe following the Napoleonic Wars. The founders envisaged a club where gentlemen who travelled abroad might meet and offer hospitality to distinguished foreign visitors. Arrangements for the establishment of The Club were finalised at a meeting in the spring of 1819, attended by distinguished diplomats, travellers and two future Prime Ministers (the Earl of Aberdeen and Viscount Palmerston).
The head of Ulysses was adopted as the Club symbol.
The Club was first housed at 12 Waterloo Place but soon outgrew the space and so moved to 49 Pall Mall (opposite the Oxford and Cambridge Club).
In 1826 money was raised to lease part of the grounds of Carlton House and Sir Charles Barry, who later designed the Houses of Parliament and the Reform Club next door, was appointed as architect.

You can contact me here to talk about wedding photography
Wedding Photography The Travellers Club Pall MallWedding Photography The Travellers Club Pall MallThe oldest club in Pall Mall
I must say this is one of the finest venues I have attended to photograph a wedding. It really is a glorious venue.
The Club was founded in 1819, 'for gentlemen who had travelled out of the British Isles to a distance of at least five hundred miles from London in a direct line'. Membership was extended to foreign visitors and diplomats posted to London.
The original concept of The Club dates from the return to peace in Europe following the Napoleonic Wars. The founders envisaged a club where gentlemen who travelled abroad might meet and offer hospitality to distinguished foreign visitors. Arrangements for the establishment of The Club were finalised at a meeting in the spring of 1819, attended by distinguished diplomats, travellers and two future Prime Ministers (the Earl of Aberdeen and Viscount Palmerston).
The head of Ulysses was adopted as the Club symbol.
The Club was first housed at 12 Waterloo Place but soon outgrew the space and so moved to 49 Pall Mall (opposite the Oxford and Cambridge Club).
In 1826 money was raised to lease part of the grounds of Carlton House and Sir Charles Barry, who later designed the Houses of Parliament and the Reform Club next door, was appointed as architect.

You can contact me here to talk about wedding photography


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