With thousands of wedding venues across London, it is difficult to keep a list short, so we have included the unique, the popular and the most beautiful so that you have a day to remember as you tie the knot in London:
30 Pavilion Road
Run by exclusive Searcys Knightsbridge, this beautiful Kensington and Chelsea town house offers multiple options for your wedding to bring a touch of Georgian glamour to your wedding day and has capacity for up to 160 guests
Westminster Boating Base
Appearing in the film ‘Love Actually’ Westminster Boating Base may look familiar This London venue is located in a small park along on the River Thames which means you can arrive at the venue by boat. The bonus of this venue is that the venue hire fee goes directly to the Westminster Boating Base charity to help young people. Capacity is up to 350 guests, depending on room selection
Battersea Arts Centre
Battersea Arts Centre is one of London’s best venues for both your ceremony and reception. The beautiful Council Chamber has a capacity of 120 guests for dinner. And there is also a theatre and museum on site.
Brixton East 1871
Brixton East 1871 is one of London’s unusual venues in that it offers couples with a rustic appeal, not easy to find in central London. Weathered wooden beams and white brick walls offer you a blank slate for your wedding décor. Capacity is up to 120 seated guests.
Chiswick House and Gardens
Chiswick House is one of London’s venues that has a licence for civil ceremonies so you can have your ceremony and reception here. A stunning villa surrounded by Italianate Gardens providing a perfect backdrop for outdoor wedding photos. Capacity is up to 96 guests for a civil ceremony and up to 250 guests for a reception, depending on room selection.
The Design Museum
London’s newly renovated, modern wedding venue in the heart of London is perfect for couples looking for one of London’s simplest yet vibrant venues. Capacity is up to 270 guests, depending on room selection and configuration.
Eltham Palace was a royal residence for almost two centuries. Today Eltham Palace is home to beautiful Art Deco interior design. With a choice of wedding reception spaces, so you are sure to find a room in the castle that suits. Capacity is up to 200 guests, depending on room selection.
Along the River Thames in central London, another of the city’s palaces is a beautiful Grade I listed building with medieval and Tudor architecture that can host weddings of up to 110 guests. With a large botanical garden at Fulham Palace, your wedding photos are sure to be beautiful.
For a more low-key or hipster wedding, this could be your perfect venue. Conveniently next to St. Paul’s Cathedral, for those who wish to marry there.
Have your wedding ceremony and reception at ‘the largest and most diverse botanical and mycological collections in the world’ in Richmond upon Thames. You can hire the Princess of Wales Conservatory, the Orangery, the Nash Conservatory and more for up to 200 guests.
Zoological Society London: London Zoo has two beautiful wedding venues, the Grade II listed Mappin Pavilion and the grand Prince Albert Suite. You can also book your reception in one of the Zoo’s animal houses. Capacity is up to 240 guests
The Roof Gardens
A Mediterranean rooftop garden in the middle of central London is a unique wedding venue about a Kensington building able to host up to 500 guests. The venue is licensed for civil ceremonies, meaning that you can host both your ceremony and reception there.
An elegant wedding at Britain’s first luxury hotel in Britain with beautiful views of the River Thames. Capacity is up to 400 guests, depending on room selection and configuration.
The largest museum of art and design in the world, for those who want to marry surrounded by priceless works of art and pieces of artistic history. Marry within one of the museums event spaces, including the beautiful John Madejski Garden, if you prefer an outdoor wedding.