Choosing the perfect London wedding venue is an exciting part of your wedding planning. There is huge variety across Greater London including historical wedding venues, manor houses, modern hotels, chic city centre locations and quirky or unusual wedding venues that really stand out.
Take a look at these London wedding venues and those further afield in our directory listings below.
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Leave the hustle and bustle of city life behind you and step into a world of tranquillity and natural beauty.
Set within 125 acres of National Trust parkland, this 18th-century country house wedding venue in London exudes elegance, charm and sophistication, making this a truly spectacular place to celebrate.
No.11 Cavendish Square is a Grade II listed Georgian townhouse offering a fabulous choice of spaces and a Courtyard Garden in an enviable location just around the corner from Oxford Circus. No.11 provides the perfect setting to host chic wedding celebrations, giving your day a sense of sophistication and distinguished elegance.
The Drapers’ Company is a grant-making body, dedicated to the art of giving. We take great pride in owning an important historic building and delight in sharing it with others. In fact, we’ve been entertaining people on our present site for 500 years. We hope you’ll give us the opportunity to show you what Drapers’ hospitality looks like today.
The Golden Hinde was the Tudor warship in which Sir Francis Drake circumnavigated the world in 1577 - 1580, then defeated the Spanish in the battle of Armada. Our reconstruction, a fully working ship, was launched in Devon in 1973. Since then she too has sailed over 140,000 miles round the world - more than the original. She is now berthed in St Mary Overie Dock, London, in the middle of historic Southwark, only a short walk from the Clink Prison Museum and Shakespeare's Globe
Set in Central London’s artistic Clerkenwell district, this versatile and unique event space exudes opulence and glamour. The venue has true character with its Art Nouveau vintage décor and chic ambience that brides and grooms, ﬁlm companies and event organiser’s ﬁnd magical.
WWT London Wetland Centre is a unique and stunning location for weddings and receptions. We are licensed for wedding and civil ceremonies and have beautiful facilities for receptions. By holding your event with us, you will be directly contributing to the global conservation of wildlife and wetland habitats.
Award-winning bar, The Churchill Bar & Terrace in Marylebone, is launching Churchill's Cocktails recipe book in partnership with Imperial War Museums – and with cocktails trending at weddings, this is a must-read!Available in October 2021, the book will feature 30 recipes inspired by the people, places and passions associated with Sir Winston Churchill, alongside historical insights and anecdotes about the famous wartime Prime Minister. Each recipe has been expertly crafted by The Churchill Bar & Terrace's team of mixologists, and a handful are much-loved favourites on current and previous bar menus. For those who would like to try the cocktails before they recreate it a thome, The Clementine and Churchill Martini are both on the current bar menu which guests can enjoy either in the cosy bar, or outside on the terrace - a hidden gem in central London. Churchill's Cocktails will be available to purchase from the IWM online shop and in museum branches from 7th October 2021.... read more
Posted: 14 October 2021
Wedding dreams of being kings and queens of the castle for the big day? Lucky for you, this fairytale ending can come true as the UK is blessed with a whole host of romantic castle wedding venues. Engagement ring specialists at Steven Stone analysed a comprehensive list of castles on wedding planning websites and using hashtag data from Instagram to reveal which venues has the highest number of posts to inspire your big-day wedding venue choice.... read more
Posted: 7 October 2021
Recently reopened Chelsea landmark, No. Fifty Cheyne, has been newly appointed as a wedding venue. Overlooking the River Thames, with sweeping views over Chelsea Embankment Gardens and onto the iconic Albert Bridge, the dining rooms and bar can be used for ceremonies and receptions alike.The picturesque and photogenic restaurant is the ideal location for intimate nuptials, followed by sophisticated receptions with thoughtfully catered food and drink options overseen by executive chef Iain Smith. Taking place in the enchanting first-floor Drawing Room,which underwent a series of tasteful renovations in 2020, ceremonies are overseen by Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea appointed registrars. The room can accommodate 40 seated guests seated either side of the sky-blue carpeted aisle.... read more
Posted: 28 September 2021
The Dilly, a new five-star West End hotel, has announced its packages for weddings of up to 200 guests in the heart of the capital. With an external terrace overlooking Piccadilly, The Dilly is a blank canvas for couples to create their London love story. Nearlyweds tying the knot here will experience a wedding steeped in history with a modern essence and the city as a backdrop. On its doorstep, the surrounding parks, Buckingham Palace and the famous Piccadilly statue of Eros, the god of love, make memorable photo opportunities.... read more
Posted: 23 September 2021
Opening in September 2021, Pan Pacific is a new luxury hotel in the City of London. With its private entrance via a glass lift, a dedicated pre-function area, VIP bridal suite and a showstopping ballroom, couples are going to love this gem of a venue.The contemporary ballroom space can host up to 250 loved ones, while more intimate spaces are also available on the fifth floor overlooking the plaza. Packages have been designed to offer London couples everything they could want, as well as bespoke options to put the cherry on the cake. We also love the venue's Events Emporium, where couples can work with the team to transform their special day into a fully sensory experience.... read more
Posted: 14 September 2021
Whether you're planning a wedding, celebrating an anniversary or simply need a night away, this staycation prize is a welcome getaway treat courtesy of Interstate Hotels & Resorts.At one of the most sought-after Mercure wedding venues in the UK, the lucky winner and their guest will stay in the best room in the house, the Wedding Suite, with dinner and breakfast at the hotel of their choice.The Mercure Leeds Parkway Hotel is one of the most desirable wedding venues Yorkshire has to offer, set in the picturesque Golden Acres Park with formal gardens and a picturesque gazebo for dreamy outdoor weddings. While, The Mercure Chester Abbots Well Hotel is a tranquil four-star hotel set amongst two acres of landscaped gardens with a backdrop of beautiful rolling Cheshire countryside and Welsh mountains providing an idyllic setting for any wedding. Or, why not check out Cotswold's Mercure Gloucester Bowden Hall Hotel for character and setting? This four-star Georgian country house boasts 12 acres of its own park and woodland providing the perfect Gloucestershire backdrop for a truly scenic wedding.... read more
Posted: 29 June 2021
Located in South Kensington, London, The Natural History Museum is an iconic landmark and wedding venue. One of Britain's most striking examples of Romanesque architecture, the beautiful terracotta building is considered a work of art in its own right. From the imposing gargoyles on the façade to the intricate interior details, every design element pays homage to the natural world. Offering exclusive hire of its magnificent wedding spaces, guests will have a truly remarkable experience that they won't forget.... read more
Posted: 22 June 2021
One thing the pandemic has highlighted is the archaic wedding laws couples are still governed by; and although this was due to be revised in government in the next year or two, MPs have decided to bring forward a change in outdoor weddings. From 1st July to 30th April 2022, couples can tie the knot outside without the restrictions of it having to take place under a permanent licensed structure, ie, a gazebo or pagoda. This is a much needed boost for wedding venues with booking in the next nine months and are having to adhere to social distancing requirements and outdoor weddings being preferable.... read more
Posted: 21 June 2021
One of the most beautiful pubs in London, The Orange Public House provides a memorable spot for weddings. In the heart of Belgravia, one of the capital's most idyllic neighbourhoods, the venue is proudly positioned on Pimlico Road overlooking the tranquil Orange Square. Built in 1776 as a coffee house and tavern, it became The Orange Public House & Hotel in 2009. Cubitt House restored the quirky corner building, preserving its traditional features and retaining its charm.... read more
Posted: 15 June 2021
Found in the heart of the City of London, Drapers' Hall provides a majestic big-day backdrop, which is steeped in history. On the site of the present Drapers' Hall, once part of the Augustinian Priory, Thomas Cromwell built his palace in the 1530s. After his execution, the property was purchased by the Guild of Drapers in 1543 from Henry VIII. The venue boasts magnificent and opulent interiors to celebrate in. Couples will also love the garden, which provides a hidden oasis.... read more
Posted: 9 June 2021