real wedding –  Old Marylebone Town Hall Wedding – Ultimate Intimate Wedding Inspiration

23 September 2021

Today’s wedding is a total beauty, from Maja Tsolo – a stunning and intimate Old Marylebone Town Hall wedding, followed by a reception at the historic Burgh House.

After several postponements due to the pandemic, Natalie and Michael were hesitant approaching their June wedding date, for fear that restrictions would change again and yet again prevent them from saying their I Dos. But when the day came around, not even the drizzly weather could dampen their spirits as their nearest and dearest gathered to finally celebrate them as they deserved – in style, and with love!

They wanted an intimate, relaxed day, so an Old Marylebone Town Hall wedding was a perfect choice. Its wood-panelled chamber walls lend a feeling of cosiness and class to the ceremonies, whilst its iconic marble hallways and grand steps give a sense of grandeur and occasion. In other words, it’s the perfect setting for small weddings that represent big celebrations.

Natalie and Michael also wanted their wedding to have a family focus and to honour Natalie’s Indian heritage, so Natalie, her mum and her sister all wore beautiful sarees in shimmering greens and golds. SAGE Flowers created beautiful floral arrangements in shades of white, peach and light pink, adding to the colour palette of fresh, muted neutrals, and looking stunning against the embellishments of Natalie’s stunning saree.

After their Old Marylebone Town Hall wedding ceremony, the newlyweds and their guests travelled to Hampstead for their reception at Burgh House. They were welcomed into the room by Chad Lelong on piano, and greeted by the sight of a long table set for an intimate dinner, and decorated by more gorgeous SAGE florals.

Having enjoyed drinks, delicious food and emotional speeches, Maja, Natalie and Michael took some time out to take some portraits in and around Hampstead. Leafy bushes, narrow neighbourhood sidestreets, and well-kept shopfronts that looked like they’d been lifted straight from a period drama provided the perfect backdrop for their couples’ portraits. They then returned to Burgh House to cut their Sugar Plum Bakes cake, and to enjoy the rest of their evening – finally married, hooray!

Thank you Maja for sharing this beautiful wedding with us, and to Natalie and Michael for tying the knot after so many setbacks. See the full gallery below, and check out the credits for the dream team who made this happen…