Looking for a photographer for your wedding at Trinity Buoy Wharf?
Trinity Buoy Wharf is one of my all-time favourite London wedding venues. Despite having a distinctly urban feel, the space works a little bit like a country venue – you have the beautiful, light-filled Chainstore, and the area outside with access to the river to stretch out if the weather lends itself. If you’re on the hunt for a creative, modern Trinity Buoy Wharf wedding photographer then have a look through the galleries below, and don’t hesitate to get in touch.
Throw in London’s only lighthouse, artist’s studios, much beautiful urban architecture and all kinds of interesting backdrops for photos; a fine view of Canary Wharf and the O2 (I’m old enough that I still want to call it the Millenium Dome) and the most wonderful spot for sunset light and I’m sold.
It’s a dry hire space, which does mean a little more work (though there are a plethora of planners and co-ordinators who can help with just that) though it also gives you the complete flexibility to make it your own. I’ve seen the space zoned and used for different things throughout the day, flowing from ceremony, to drinks, to dinner and finally to dancing, with ease.
Next to the chain store, on the first floor of the iconic Lighthouse is Long Player – a sound installation that has being playing continuously since 1999 situated in a quiet attic, it’s a little piece of magic.
The site itself is also home to the ENO, the English National Opera, as well as lots of other creative ventures, and can be hired for corporate events and parties too (just in case you’ve landed on this page but don’t have a wedding to celebrate!). Whatever you have up your sleeve, hopefully this collection of images can give you some inspiration for your wedding at Trinity Buoy Wharf.