Getting married in Chelsea is very, very fun. Once you step out as newlyweds through the big blue doors, down the elegant town hall steps, you have one of London's most picturesque neighbourhoods to explore, all pastel-painted townhouses, red-brick mansion blocks, wisteria in springtime and the Thames all year round.

Scroll down for a few tips on how to make the most of your Chelsea Old Town Hall wedding photography and enjoy your day to the max. Get in touch if you have any questions – we’ll be thrilled to help you plan.

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how to get the best chelsea old Town Hall wedding photography

• If you'd like to really make the most of your "MARRIED IN CHELSEA" status, allow an hour for your portraits after the ceremony. That way you'll have time to hit a number of the best spots, from the bright-painted townhouses on Burnsall Street, past that bright pink "LOVE" door, along fabled Cheyne Walk, down to the waterfront and up onto the very pretty Albert Bridge.

• Those are just a few of the options, though: if you go for a wander or two in advance of your wedding day and note down any addresses you particularly admire, we can make a beeline for those, too.

• The King's Road is always busy, so if you're happy to be congratulated by rejoicing strangers it's a very fun place to be…

• …but if you're feeling shy, there are plenty of really quiet side streets that are fantastically photogenic and we can stick to those instead.

•Looking for a reception venue? We LOVE Chelsea Physic Garden.