The venue is hidden amongst an industrial, dockside maze of buildings. You could walk there from the nearest train station, Deptford but it’s easier to get the bus or even better the River Taxi which will drop you off just a few steps away from the ceremony hall.
There’s a number of places you can choose to have the ceremony at Trinity Buoy Wharf. The most well known and largest is the Chain Store, a grade II listed building neighbouring London’s only lighthouse. It’s large enough to host both your ceremony and reception inside but you can always spill out on to the riverside terrace weather permitting.
There’s a lovely creative atmosphere in the surrounding areas including a colourful container city, a retro American diner, the orchard cafe and numerous art installations that make every backdrop unique. if you’re willing to venture a little further down the road you’ll find a lovely green area around the East Indian Dock Basin and a small urban Eden in the Good Luck Hope Marketing Suite which you could base your whole couples shoot.
I’ve shot at Trinity Buoy Wharf multiple times over the last few years and I never feel like I’m reusing old material. There’s so much to offer here for both the guests and your photographer. If you’re looking for a Trinity Buoy Wharf wedding photographer – get in touch!