Garden museum wedding
Kath and Dean
Kath and Dean got married in the heart of SE London at the beautiful St Giles Camberwell one fine spring afternoon. When the sun still cast long shadows and projected rays of light that made you squint if you faced it, but you couldn’t help yourself because the warmth tickled your face and relaxed your shoulders.
Afterwards they went to the ever so aptly named ‘Garden Museum’, a museum dedicated to the history of gardens located on the bank of the Thames, opposite Parliament. You’d think its appearance would be a shrine to horticulture, maybe a greenhouse or a big giant mushroom shaped building, but is in fact a converted church hiding a spacious, contemporary interior within its old brick walls.
It is a beautiful, modern space full of clean lines and lighting that flatters whoever is lucky enough to be standing on the end of its beams.
The Garden Museum is the perfect venue for a contemporary designed wedding reception right in the heart of London.
Ceremony – St. Giles’ Camberwell
Reception – Garden Museum