A warm and sunny late spring day was the ideal start for a wedding with a difference. Daniel and Teresa had a very bohemian wedding reception at Paradise by way of Kensal Green, earlier in the day they were married at their local church and we stopped at a couple of their favourite locations on the way to the reception venue to take a few photos of them both as a newly married couple before being chauffeur driven to Paradise by Way of Kensal Green. Once their they were welcomed by their friends and family to rapturous applause and a couple of glasses of champagne!
With its amazing eclectic decor and differently styled rooms it made for a great backdrop to their wedding photos and I loved the shabby chic decor and distressed window shutters as well as the candle light mixed with ambient and interior lighting, this venue really lends itself to creative wedding photography and we had great fun in the various different locations around the building. They pride themsleves with the quality of the food at paradise and having had the same meal as the guests I can say that the food is spectacular and would thoroughly recommend you take a look at Paradise by Way of Kensal Green if you are looking for a North London wedding venue with a difference that can seat up to 60 guests and you love great food and wine in an intimate setting.
As a London wedding photographer I have photographed weddings at some amazing wedding venues and I would thoroughly recommend a London wedding Paradise by Way of Kensal Green if you are looking for an alternative wedding venue to some of the more traditional wedding venues, Ideal for a trendy hipster wedding or a BoHo wedding in central London.
Only a mile away from trendy Notting Hill and with good public transport links its easily accessible from central London, so if you are looking for a wedding photographer for your wedding near Notting Hill please do get in touch.