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Hey lovelies! I have a treat for all of you London brides and grooms: a second part to our feature from this morning. Kensington and Chelsea Ceremony rooms, located in the historic Chelsea Old Town Hall, is the setting for this elegant wedding styled shoot. Many famous couples have graced these very rooms for their wedding ceremony, and Tessa from A Touch of Nevaeh is here to tell us more.

Chelsea Old Town Hall - your dream ceremony room, introduced by A Touch of Nevaeh (1)

When I first laid eyes on the Brydon Room I automatically fell in love, naturally sun-lit, boasting original parquet flooring and eye-catching new floral arrangements, it truly is any couple’s dream ceremony room. The Brydon Room is the most impressive of the ceremony rooms at the Chelsea Old Town Hall. Its stunning interior is the perfect match of classic and contemporary and this spacious room is able to seat parties of up to 38 guests. Over the years many famous couples and even royalty have tied the knot in this room.

Chelsea Old Town Hall - your dream ceremony room, introduced by A Touch of Nevaeh (2)

English country garden wedding style ideas with Hannah Larkin Photography (15)
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Good morning, beautiful. I’m feeling very tranquil right now, having scrolled through all of the wonderful images from today’s feature on English Wedding. This is pure beauty, sophisticated and timeless wedding style for you to fall in love with, take away and turn into your own. The dresses by Kate Edmondson Bridal are divine; the bouquet just fabulous, and those Little Fancies biscuits and cookies the sweetest thing to hit my blogging screen this year! This shoot was styled and planned by Cynthia Adipue from Kimberley Rose Designs, who is here to tell you more. All images are by lovely Hannah Larkin Photography.

English country garden wedding style ideas with Hannah Larkin Photography (30)

Step back in time to a world of glamour, style, sophistication and graceful elegance where romance blossomed under watchful eyes and often amidst unspoken words that stay locked up in the heart; an era where love is conveyed via series of handwritten and perfumed letters written and exchanged between the beloved; when simple gestures such as a look or a favourite book are the loveliest of mementos to remember your beloved by; a time where romance is not always expressed verbally or openly like in our modern day but still felt deeply with the briefest of touch or the gentlest gaze.