Old Marylebone Town Hall

Ceremony/Reception – The Old Marylebone Town Hall and The Depot No 7 

Bride and groom kissing in the arches of the iconic Old Marylebone town hall in central London

Roisin & Malcolm 

Old Marlebone Town Hall & The Depot No7 Wedding

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Venue and Location:

Located just a stone’s throw away from the iconic Baker Street, Old Marylebone Town Hall exudes timeless charm. Its location is ideal for couples seeking the perfect blend of tradition and modernity. Surrounded by the rich cultural heritage Old Marylebone Town Hall, situated in the heart of London, has quickly become a top choice for couples seeking a picturesque setting for their special day. As a London wedding photographer, I’ve had the privilege of capturing the beauty of this historic venue.

As I arrived to bridal preparations, Roisin and the bridesmaids were still out at the hairdressers but soon arrived after I was handed a cup of tea and a croissant by dad. Within minuets the Prosecco was open and the dress was on! Dad was so overwhelmed by Roisin’s choice of dress; opting for a short number with a large bow on the back.

To the Town Hall:

Booking two taxis to get from prep to the town hall, Roisin planned everything perfectly arriving 20 minutes before the ceremony – ahead of Malcom! Having waited around the corner for 10 minutes until Malcom was ushered inside then she made her way to see the registrar ahead of the ceremony. 


Ceremony Time: 

Once all of the guests had filtered their way into the Westminster room, Malcolm was eager to get the day started and see his bride to be. In the blink of an eye Roisin & Malcolm were saying their I do’s and securing their day with a kiss. Then we made our way out side to the iconic staircase to have photographs on the steps as the guests boarded the bus that was organised for them to get the the reception. 

The Party Bus Journey:

Malcolm and Roisin had planned to catch a black London cab to the reception after stopping off for photographs on route, but failing to manage to hail down a cab and dark skies coming in meant when we saw the bus heading back round after turning around meant we jumped on to avoid the heavy rain. On here the vibe was brilliant. Loud Irish music, room to dance and lots of Prosecco allowed for a great journey through the heart of London. 


Florist – DIY

Cake  – Cake House Bakery 

Hair – Duck and Dry 

Singer – Aisling Meehan

Wedding Dress – 


Suits – Moss Bross

Thank you for everything, you and Ollie were amazing. We can’t wait to see the pictures

- Old Marylebone Town Hall -

Making the way to the Depot No7 for the reception

Arrival at the Depot saw a busy drink reception and lots of incredible canapés including chicken wings and arancini balls which were incredible. With the Prosecco flowing and a handful of group photographs taking place on the stair case of the venue due to the rain, everyone was anticipating some greta speeches. 

How to make the grooms day:

Unfortunately Malcolms father could’nt make the journey over from Ireland due to illness and the best man (Malcolms brother) wasn’t going to let him miss out on a funny speech so decided to make a phone call over to Ireland for him to make the speech over the phone into the microphone! Malcolm loved it!!

Party Time at the Depot:

The evening party started off with an awesome vibe with everyone very quickly deciding to join in on the first dance. The dance floor soon had the bride and groom in the air dancing with so much excitement and a great vibe!


Popularity Since COVID:

The allure of Old Marylebone Town Hall has grown significantly since the onset of COVID-19. Couples are drawn to its spacious and airy interiors, providing a sense of safety and comfort. The venue’s adaptability to social distancing measures has made it a preferred choice for weddings during these uncertain times.

Attractions for Weddings:

What sets this venue apart for weddings is its rich history and timeless beauty. The ornate architecture, classic décor, and stunning ceremony rooms make it a dream location for any couple. As a London wedding photographer, I can attest to the venue’s photogenic qualities, making it a treasure trove of picture-perfect moments.

Nearby Landmarks:

Old Marylebone Town Hall’s location offers couples and guests easy access to famous London landmarks, including the bustling streets of Baker Street and Regent’s Park, providing endless opportunities for memorable photos.

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Crazy dance floor at The Depot No7  

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