Your wedding day is an important day that you’d want to remember for the rest of your life. The location where you say ‘I DO’ can make your wedding special not just for you, but also for your guests. Andrei Weddings has compiled a top 10 wedding venues in London.
Say ‘I Do’ up in the clouds and spend your big day in one of London’s most iconic buildings, surrounded by striking 360 degree views of the city. The breath-taking venue is located on the 39th and 40th floors of the Gherkin and it can accommodate 140 of your friends and family.
This venue is just a stone’s throw away from Regents Park station and it is only one of only three London churches by Soane. It is most architecturally distinguished with a beauty of national and architectural significance. By choosing this venue, you’ll fall in love with the beautifully landscaped gardens and breathtaking courtyard.
The largest conservatory in London is a special location because it is not only home to exotic fish, but also over 2000 species of plants and trees, which makes this spot ideal to say „I do”. Choose your own bespoke food menu, whether its 6 course banquet, street food stations or a sizzling BBQ. Described by the Queen as “one of the modern wonders of the world”, who wouldn’t want to get married in this amazing tropical oasis?
For only the most enchanting love stories, The Swan Restaurant inside Shakespeare’s Globe offers the chance for a Romeo and Juliet moment. The Balcony Room offers panoramic views of the River Thames through its wooden doors and large French windows, seating up to 70 of your closest friends and family for an intimate celebration.
The Grade II listed building offers three spaces: The Long Drawing Room, The Small Drawing Room and The Churchill. Each room has seating for around 100 guests and standing room for 450. The mansion stands out also because it has a courtyard and a private and secluded haven, if an open air reception sounds more like you.
This location is really something out of the ordinary duet o its breath-taking architecture and spectacular collections. Choose between eight spaces in which to host your event: from the popular Hintze Hall with its romanesque arches to Fossil Way, home to the giant Stegosaurus fossil, or even the North Hall, the perfect place to soak up the Museum’s grandeur.
4. Syon Park
This venue allows you to be as intimate or extravagant as you want with enough space to fit 50-800 of your most loved friends and family.From the impressive and majestic Great Hall to the intimate State Dining Room, or even the stunning Great Conservatory and Garden Room Marquee, you can design your wedding however you dreamed!
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This unique wedding venue is situated inside Greenwich Park and offers magnificent views over the Thames and Canary Wharf. A masterpiece of 17th-century architecture the venue comprises is a spacious 40-foot Great Hall with classic black and white geometric marble flooring on which to dance your night away. The marvellous Orangery, Parlour room and the vaulted Undercroft are the most perfect place to toast to a happy couple.
This venue represents the opportunity to get married in the world’s oldest grand music hall. What is truly special about this place is the fact the auditorium still retains many of its original features, including its famous barley-twist columns. With only a small amount of dates available each year, this is one of the most exclusive wedding venues around and features interiors that inspired Moulin-Rouge.
1. Kew Gardens
There are four venues around the gardens to tie the knot, each with something special. Nash Conservatory offers an abundance of natural light. Temperate House is the largest Victorian glasshouse in the world. The Cambridge Cottage is the spot for those who want a boutique wedding. For those who want a large wedding, choose the Orangery, with its stunning arched windows and high ceilings, you’ll be sure to make an impression on your friends and family as you dance the night away in this Grade II listed exquisite building.