Five Famous London Wedding Venues – Wedding Wednesday

August 15, 2018


When it comes to getting married, you might like to go the traditional route and get married in a church, hotel or marquee. Let’s imagine that you absolutely love London though and want to pick a wedding venue that best defines you as a couple and the city you so adore. Where could you get married then? How about these five famous London wedding venues for starters!

Tower Bridge

London’s Tower Bridge is one of the most famous buildings in the city. Featuring on numerous postcards, merchandise and photographs, it doesn’t look big enough to be a wedding venue but that’s where you are wrong! A bridge and groom can book both the Engine Room (which controls the lifting of the bridge) and the Tower Bridge Walkways themselves to ensure a truly magical experience that nobody in attendance will ever forget!

116 Pall Mall

Imagine a wedding where a guest could walk two minutes down the road and find themselves in Trafalgar Square, one of the most famous locations in the world. Thanks to 116 Pall Mall, that fantasy is a reality! An absolutely stunning wedding venue in the heart of central London, the magnificent grand staircase is licensed for ceremonies and is a truly elegant and exquisite choice to exchange vows. Since you also get exclusive use of the venue for the day or weekend, you can feel like a true Lord and Lady of the Manor!

Kew Gardens

Definitely one to consider for the green fingered couples, Kew Gardens has a number of venues that you can book for your big day. From smaller spaces to the newly opened and restored Temperate House there is an option for everyone! Our roaming acoustic trio Wandering Hands are a superb choice for any wedding at Kew and we feel that the team are some of the nicest in the entire events industry so you are sure to have a stress free time when wedding planning.

Banqueting House

Another wedding venues that is just down the road from Trafalgar Square, Banqueting House is home to one of the finest spaces in all of London. The Main Hall can accommodate up to 400 guests for a civil ceremony, features an absolutely stunning throne and proudly displays a Sir Peter Paul Reubens masterpiece on its ceiling. If you have ever wanted to wed in the Sistine Chapel in Italy, hold those flights because Banqueting House is an even better option!

Kensington Palace

Oh yes, you can get married in an actual palace in central London and feel like a real Prince and Princess! Kensington Palace is undoubtedly one of the most exclusive London wedding venues and is sure to dazzle and delight on your wedding day. If you are a fan of the Royal family or simply admire the timelessness and magnificence of this most wondrous venue then we strongly urge you to consider booking it for your wedding day.

For more information on booking entertainment for any of these wedding venues, please feel free to get in touch using the contact details below.

Cover photo courtest of Cecelina Tornberg.

 




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By Henry Fosdike