Congratulations are in order!
3 Jan 2019 | Kate Bassett
We have been delighted to hear of the Christmas and New Year engagements - many congratulations if you are one of these couples! To assist you in your wedding planning, take a look through our wedding venue guide below and contact us to discover more about these, and additional, stunning settings for your big day.
Nominated for Best Wedding Venue at the London Venue Awards 2018, Skinners' Hall is Grade I listed and ceremony licensed in the City of London. Seating up to 170 for a wedding breakfast, the charm of a manor house in the City and the rooftop terrace makes this an ever popular setting for weddings.
THE QUEEN'S HOUSE
With views across the modern Canary Wharf skyline and the historic Greenwich Park, The Queen's House is a former Royal residence. The grand Great Hall with it's geometric marble flooring offers couples the chance to say their vows whilst overlooking the Old Royal Naval College, before the room is turned around for dinner for up to 120 guests. The Undercroft offers a unique space for the after party. Oh, did we mention this Royal venue won Silver for Best Wedding Venue at the London Venue Awards 2018!
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 stained-glass windows, providing additional 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. Why not encourage the Best Man to perform his speech in the Musician's Gallery overlooking the Great Hall?
Marrying at a World Heritage Site is definitely a talking point, and Kew Gardens offers two distinctive options to host your wedding, both of which enable use of the iconic Gardens as a backdrop for wedding photos. For smaller numbers, Cambridge Cottage offers capacity for 80 guests for a seated meal and ceremony. Alternatively for larger parties of up to 200, opt for the 'multi-venue' option - saying your vows in the Nash Conservatory, post-ceremony drinks reception on the beautiful lawns in the shadow of Kew Palace or in the living tropical glasshouse of the Princess of Wales Conservatory, and finally moving to The Orangery for your seated meal and to party the night away!
TWO TEMPLE PLACE
Overlooking the Thames, Two Temple Place is a striking neo-Gothic mansion offering ceremony and seated meal capacity for up to 120. Eagle-eyed couples may even recognise the iconic staircase from the recent BBC show The Bodyguard - a definite talking point among guests!