I am happy to share this gorgeous couples fabulous wedding held at Dartmouth House, a Georgian house in the heart of Mayfair.  The ceremony was held at the Chelsea Old Church which dates from the 13th Century and is called The Church that will not die as most of the church was damaged during the Second World War.  Both the Groom’s father and mother and recently his brother were married in Chelsea Old Church making this a very special church for the whole family.

After the ceremony in this beautiful church the guests were transported in an old route master bus to Dartmouth House in the heart of Chelsea.  Dartmouth House is a beautifully maintained Grade II listed mansion located close to Green Park.  The courtyard at Dartmouth House is a stunning area to have couple and group photographs taken, while guests sip on champagne and indulge in delicious canapés.

The wedding breakfast was held in the Long Drawing Room, which is accessed via the grand Belgian marble staircase with a painted ceiling by Pierre-Victor Galland.  The Long Drawing Room has a Robert Adam’s fireplace, chandeliers and beautiful painting which compliment the elegance of the table decor.

Here are some highlights from this beautiful wedding at Dartmouth House.