Brunel museum wedding – Matt and Sueleen’s DIY outdoor wedding at the Brunel Museum in south London.
OK, so I firstly need to talk about how epic the Brunel museum is for a London wedding…. the funky architecture, the garden, the cute surrounding streets, the close proximity to the Thames and classic London views – not to mention a Grade II-listed Victorian tunnel shaft to party in! In fact, the world’s first underground concert was held there in 1827. I can 10000% see why Matt and Sueleen chose to get married here! Location aside, this wedding was absolutely right up my street with how fun and chilled it was. In true DIY fashion, all their friends pitched in together with food, decor and serving dinner, as well as clearing away and getting ready for party time – even Matt and Sueleen got stuck in serving food and cake to guests with a smile on their face!
It was a super sunny day, so perfect for a wedding ceremony in the little wisteria covered garden outside the museum, watched by a circle of family and friends. Guests tucked into sweets and champers whilst enjoying the sunshine, and everyone pitched in to bring food to tables and serve each other, creating a wonderful family dining atmosphere. In the evening guests hung out with bubble machines, explored the museum, ate Vietanemse street food, and then headed into to party down super colourful the tunnel shaft. Seeing the wedding party on stage, clapping with everyone to Radio Ga Ga, has to be one of my favourite wedding moments of 2019!
Thanks so much to Matt and Sueleen for having me join them at their wedding in the Brunel museum!