Best Wedding Photographers in London
Are you searching for the best documentary wedding photographers in London? Well, you have definitely found the right place, as all our photographers specialise in capturing your day totally naturally – yet artistically – as well as still getting some portraits and group shots (if you want those, of course).
London, the UK’s glorious capital, has so many fantastic places to get married, and it’s also a hotbed of photography talent: Our London members have won some of the most awards from us. Winning either a Reportage Award (for those brilliant individual moments) or a Story Award (for a series of images from the same wedding, representing world-class creativity and consistency) is incredibly difficult, with just the top few percent from our thousands of submissions each round being awarded.
Some examples of moments that our London photographers have captured include a tearful embrace between the bride and groom during the Father of the Bride’s speech, one of the largest champagne blasts you’re ever likely to see, the bride being carried on the guests’ shoulders (where she’s even touching the ceiling!), a toddler lying down in the middle of the aisle as the couple exchange their vows, two guests enjoying a sneaky kiss under a coat, and more – one photographer even perfectly captured the exact moment the Giant Jenga came crushing to the ground. You see, it’s not just the large, grand moments that our photographers capture – it’s all the little moments, too, that are just as important.
The photographers below are all based in or around London, or can very easily travel to shoot there, and their documentary wedding photography skills are second to none. From Kew Gardens, to The Shard, The Asylum, to Chiswick House, pub weddings, to back-garden marquee weddings, we’ve got you covered (also, if you’re looking for natural captures of your family, then our sister-site, This is Reportage: Family, is the place to go to find a London family photographer)
Here are the top wedding photographers in London: