Verity & Gary’s Wedding at Trinity Buoy Wharf London

About Trinity Buoy Wharf

The historic Chain Store venue (Trinity Buoy Wharf) is a Grade II listed brick building with triple-height ceilings and bags of character. Built in 1854 and connected to London’s only Lighthouse, The Chain Store offers 420 m2 of space with an optional 1,528 m2 of riverside terrace to take advantage of the River Thames views.

Direct access to the Trinity Buoy Wharf Pier also provides a unique opportunity for wedding guests to arrive by boat. The large entrances also allow for vehicles to be driven into the space if required. The space is licensed for music, alcohol, performance, films and dance until 1am . It is also licensed for wedding ceremonies.

The Wedding Suppliers
VenueTrinity Buoy Wharf
CateringTie The Knot Catering
FlowersFlowers by Eve
Make-upCatherine Bailey Make-up Artist
MusicBen Noke Piano
DressTeokath Wimbledon
PhotographerScott Kendall Photography
A quick review from Gary

“Scott absolutely smashed our wedding photography, he was totally approachable from day one, really receptive to our ideas, enthusiastic and so understanding regarding the problems surrounding rearranging our big day owing to Covid-19.
The pictures he took were superb – and he helped make the most of the thunder, lightning and absolute monsoon we had to deal with on the day! All of our guests commented on what a nice guy he was as well and he made them all feel at ease.
Post-wedding, we’ve also been really impressed with how professional and well presented the photos and USB have been.
If you’re looking for a great photographer who is fantastic value for money, look no further than Scott. Cheers mate!”

The Photos