Asylum Chapel Wedding London
It was a truly memorable, stylish day for Daniel & Ben’s Asylum Chapel wedding in London.
The unique Grade II listed venue in Peckham is known for its stained glass windows and crumbling walls, creating a really atmospheric setting for their ceremony! A combination of historical charm and architectural beauty, it made for a stunning backdrop as Ben and Daniel exchanged vows surrounded by their loved ones.
Stylish black tie wedding
As the couple signed their certificate, guests joined them by singing “I Will Follow Him” by Peggy March, which was a fantastic way to end their ceremony, with plenty of tears!
After some portraits inside the chapel, guests were transported to the reception on a red double decker bus, allowing everyone to enjoy the sights of London whilst sipping a cocktail or two 🙂
Tanners warehouse reception
Daniel & Ben chose Tanners Warehouse, an industrial-chic setting for their evening reception. The venue fit their style so well; contemporary decor and an outdoor space where guests could relax sipping champagne under the festoon lights. After some incredible speeches and plenty more tears, everyone partied into the evening to a mix of Motown and disco classics, the perfect ending to their incredible day!
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