Three Great London Wedding Venues

Three Great London Wedding Venues

If you’re planning a wedding in London, the most important choice you have to make is your venue. It’s important for a whole host of practical reasons: it’s one of the biggest expenses of the day, and it governs who’ll be coming to your wedding – not just the raw numbers, but who can travel there, if it can accommodate friends in wheelchairs or with young children, and any specifics your ceremony may require from licenses to the use of fire.

More importantly though, it has to look and feel right. This is your wedding day, and there’ll never be another like it. Even if a venue ticks all the practical boxes, unless it feels right, it’s not the right one for you.

When you research venue hire London can be an overwhelming place to look. You need to narrow it down to a shortlist, and visit those venues to see how they feel in person.

Let’s take a look at three of London’s most distinctive wedding venues, to give you an idea of just what’s possible in the capital.

Honourable Artillery Company

The Headquarters of the Honourable Artillery Company, near Old Street in Central London is a really exceptional venue. The building dates from the early 18th Century so it has bags of character. Neither you nor your guests will forget a wedding here.

It’s also very flexible, with lots of different rooms that can accommodate ceremonies and receptions of varying sizes, from the Queen’s Room, for more intimate events of up to 45 people, all the way up to the Prince Consort Rooms which can accommodate nearly ten times that number!

When you use the HAC as your venue, you also get access to their gardens. The venue has six acres of grounds which makes for a beautiful oasis of calm in the heart of London, ideal for your ceremony.

Dartmouth House

In the heart of Mayfair, Dartmouth House conceals grand interiors, and, even better an enclosed courtyard. When the weather is fine, this makes a striking and unique wedding venue. It’s right in the centre of London, convenient for guests from all over the UK, but cloistered from the busy streets so your wedding will be peaceful, beautiful and memorable.

The Horniman Museum

Further out of from the centre of town, but bringing with it beautiful views and surrounding green space, the Horniman Museum is a unique wedding venue that your guests will talk about for years to come. One of the most unique is the Bandstand: a freshly restored Victorian bandstand in the grounds.

It’s framed by views of the London skyline and set in the museum’s 16 acre grounds, and makes a ceremony that’s rich in nostalgic charm.

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