Affordable wedding photo-shoots at Greenwich Register Office
Town Hall, 39 Wellington Street, London, SE18 6PW
Affordable London wedding photography at Greenwich Register Office is frequently referred to as the Greenwich Registry Office, a British term the government office and depository where births, deaths and marriages are officially recorded and of course one can get officially married, without a religious ceremony.
Greenwich Registry Office is within Woolwich Town Hall located at Wellington Street, Woolwich SE18 6PW. A magnificent building with a dramatic entrance, the stunning ornate Victoria Hall and fine examples of stained glass windows by Geoffrey Webb of the borough’s distinguished residents and Charles I visit to the area, this fine listed building also reflects the borough’s long and rich history.
It was opened on 13 January 1906 by Will Crooks MP. descendent of social reformer Will Crooks.For many years it has been the place where Royal Greenwich mayors have greeted guests at splendid ceremonial functions.
London civic partnerships and marriage ceremonies follow a similar format. Once the Superintendent Registrar has welcomed all present and explained what is about to take place, the couple makes their vows using words similar to the words of declaration and contract spoken during a marriage ceremony. Two credible witnesses must be present to join the couple in signing the civil partnership schedule. Greenwich is very open towards photography. Our photographer can photograph the whole ceremony plus set up poses of the couple, witnesses and group photography in the room. The rest of the ceremony is tailored according to each couples requirements and may include the exchange of rings. Any chosen music, poetry and prose readings must not be of a religious nature. The ceremony will last about 20 minutes – depending on your choices.
As you come out from the marriage room you head towards the unrivaled registry intramural staircase, it is a unique resplendent backdrop for a couple to pose and for the group photography, it really makes our day when the guests don’t need to be asked twice to get into frame.
You exit Victoria Hall at the front where there is ample opportunity to throw confetti and photography between Woolwich Town Hall’s eight generous pillars.
London civil marriages and partnership ceremonies also take place in local approved premises, usually hotels or public buildings where the superintendent registrar has designated that the wedding service can happen. Registry Office Wedding Photographers have knowledge of the various approved reception places.
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