A CITY WEDDING VENUE GUIDE
3 Jan 2020 | Shay Stanberry
Happy New Year and a huge congratulations to all of the lovely couples who are newly engaged or have started wedding planning over the Christmas period!! To assist you in the planning process, we have put together two wedding venue guides - this one covers some of our amazing City of London venues and another for our unique venues across London and the Home Counties.
TOWER OF LONDON
Newly licensed for wedding and civil ceremonies, the Tower of London is a World Heritage Site and a truly unique venue offering guests a definite wow factor. There are a wide variety of spaces available, varying from
the intimate Medieval Palace, to the historic White Tower or the well-appointed New Armouries.
Nominated for Best Wedding Venue at the London Venue Awards 2018, Skinners' Hall is a Grade I listed scheduled Ancient Monument and is also ceremony licensed. Seating up to 170 for a wedding breakfast, the charm of a manor house
in the City and the Italianete rooftop terrace makes this an ever-popular setting for weddings.
One of London’s most distinguished venues, overlooking the iconic Tower of London, Trinity House offers an elegant and spacious option for your wedding ceremony and reception. Seating up to 130 in the historic Library, natural light floods in through dual aspect stained-glass windows, providing additional streaks of colour across your dining tables.
Tucked away behind St. Paul's Cathedral lies Saddlers' Hall - an impressive Livery Hall with outside courtyard space and a Great Hall seating up to 152 guests. Tying in with the 2020 Pantone Colour of the Year, Saddlers’ Hall chairs are the perfect shade of Classic Blue. Why not encourage the Best Man to perform his speech in the Musician's Gallery overlooking the Great Hall?
Proud Silver Award winners of the Best Historic Venue or Livery Hall at the 2019 London Venue Awards, and situated just moments from St. Paul’s Cathedral, Stationers’ Hall is the perfect location consisting of four elegant inter-linking rooms which each possess their own individual charm and character. The secluded Stationers’ Garden is an oasis in the City and links to the neighbouring Wren-designed church for your ceremony.