The HAC wedding Photography
The HAC wedding photography – Angus and Hannah both live abroad and came back to London to tie the knot. We started off with the boy’s all meeting up for a pre wedding pint down at one of the local pub’s. It was a typical April London day, a bit of drizzly to start, we managed to get a bit of a break in the weather for some outdoor shots, although, the HAC is a amazing venue, so even if you had to be inside most of the day it wouldn’t really matter.
The HAC wedding photography
such a beautiful building, and amazing grounds, its such a big outdoor space in central east London.
For those who are interested here’s a little info from Wiki on Armoury House
“Armoury House stands at the north of these grounds, and is the home of the HAC. It was built to replace a smaller 17th century armoury, the central portion being completed in 1735 to designs by Thomas Stibbs financed in part by a gift of £500 from King George I. Subscriptions were also received from members of the Company and from the Court of Lieutenancy for the City of London. The building cost £1,690, which included the price of the furniture.
In 1802 a distinctive flag tower was added to the roof. The East and West Wings were built in 1828, replacing much smaller buildings on either side of Armoury House. A cottage, originally for the Sergeant Major, was built against the West Wing in 1850.
1862 saw the completion of a Victorian drill hall attached to the rear. The Albert Room, as it was called, featured an iron trussed roof and was named in honour of the then recently deceased Prince Albert.”
In 1990 the hall was bombed by the Provisional IRA whilst a 21st birthday party was in progress.
Awesome Confetti Buckets.
Love these button holes.
Lovely Bouquet – Don’t know what these flowers are called, they’re absolutely stunning.
The HAC Wedding Photography
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