Little Brompton Oratory wedding photographers
Wedding photographers at the Little Brompton Oratory
Little Brompton Oratory wedding photographer opportunities
This little ornate chapel serves the Polish community isn't easy to find. It is accessed through a courtyard to the left of the main Brompton Oratory, and adjacent to the Victoria and Albert Museum.
The entrance is via a red door which leads to a lovely marble hall bare apart from some sculptures - here guests can meet prior to entering the chapel.
A chapel is a wonderful place for a London wedding photographer with it's beautiful wooden walls and ornate decoration.
Movement from the front to the back of the chapel is difficult unless there are two wedding photographers and is only allowed via the round about route via the office and courtyard.
Beautiful wedding photographs can be had from the balcony which you can get to using a spiral staircase.
The courtyard outside can be used for group wedding pictures though if cars parked there then the steps of the Brompton Oratory if free are a good place.
The Brompton Oratory
The Oratory of St. Philip Neri, as it is officially called stands on the busy Brompton Road next to the Victoria and Albert Museum is a wonderful building, designed by Sir Christopher Wren and combines Italian Renaissance style Roman Baroque influences
Started in 1878 the outer cupola was finished in 1895 and is over 200 feet high.
With Portland stone on the outer walls, concrete for the dome and vaults the columns are made from Devon marble
A fabulous church for a any London wedding photographers to work at with great photography opportunities.