All Souls Church, Langham Place, just next to the BBC London headquarters is a lovely little London landmark church in which to marry, and especially convenient for those hosting their reception at The Langham or 28 Portland Place. All Souls sits at the top of Regent Street and was designed by John Nash in the 1820s. The small building is instantly recognisable with its circular, colonnaded vestibule and tall spire.
Our clients married on a beautiful afternoon in wonderful soft glowing light. They really wanted to make the most of the wonderful architectural heritage of this London location so asked to have a few posed pictures taken under cover of the colonnade. It’s honey coloured Bath stone provided a warm toned background and the natural side lighting made for an impromptu studio space amidst the informal street photographs.