Birmingham Council House Wedding

Wedding Photography in Birmingham Council House

Even though we are Wedding Photographers from Bristol, we occasionally get the opportunity to travel outside our area. This time it was for some Birmingham Wedding Photography. On Christmas Boxing day, we traveled to central Birmingham to photograph a lovely Bride and Groom getting married that very day – a Birmingham Council House wedding. The grandest of buildings that you will ever see, wow! So excited, not just for the couple but for photographing in such a beautiful iconic building. We had already carried out a recce and pre-visit with our Bride and Groom, so all was planned meticulously.

As soon as you enter this grand building, you get a sense of the importance it demands, you have to see it to believe it. As you can imagine, the wedding was a blast and the bride and groom were just terrific right from the word go.

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Birmingham Council House Wedding

Birmingham City Council House located in Victoria Square in Birmingham City Centre and is a Grade II listed building. It’s the home of Birmingham City Council and thus the seat of local government for the city. It provides office accommodation for both council officers, the Chief Executive, elected council members, plus the council chamber, Lord Mayor’s Suite, committee rooms and a large and ornate banqueting suite, complete with a minstrel’s gallery.

For more information about weddings please contact The Council House Birmingham to request a brochure.

Finally, thank you for looking at our Birmingham Council House Weddings blog, but before you go, have you checked out our Wedding Photography Collections and Prices?

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