If you’ve decided you want to spend your magical wedding day in the magnificent city of London, then you need to find out which wedding venue you’re going to use fast! Wedding venues in London sell out months (sometimes years) in advanced and if you don’t call and reserve yours in time, you may miss out on your dream venue.
There’s a ton of choices available in London, often so many it can become overwhelming trying to compare them all. Luckily, we’ve compiled a list of 5 of the best wedding venues in London so you don’t have to. Take your time to review each one thoroughly; we all have different preferences and what may be the best to us may not be the best for you.
The Royal Exchange is an extravagant venue located right in the heart of London. Considered a first-class venue, you won’t be short of any luxury amenities you or your guests may desire. The area for wedding ceremonies can hold up to 240 guests and the dining area up to 250.
There’s also a separate dance floor, lounge space and wedding suite.
Considering it’s the oldest surviving grand music hall on Earth, it’s a very interesting venue that everyone enjoys talking about. The auditorium holds a maximum of 300 guests and the cocktail bar can hold up to 60 guests.
Located right off of famous Oxford Street, the Chandos house offers an enchanting and royal atmosphere for your wedding. If the inside of the building wasn’t already extravagant enough, you’ll also have access to the garden terrace.
The garden terrace provides a private and peaceful space to relax before or after the wedding. There’s also 17 guest rooms you can use for you and your guests if needed. The Chandos House can hold only a maximum of 80 guests for the wedding ceremony and 150 for the reception, so make sure your guest list isn’t too long before you book them for your wedding!
The Islington Town Hall is a great choice for local weddings that are larger in size. The Islington Town Hall boasts they can “host and cater to parties of all sizes” and offers four different rooms to choose from for both the wedding ceremony and the reception.
Originally built in the 1920s, the building offers a nice, classic architecture for the wedding.
If you’ve got your heart set on having a traditional marriage in a church, then St Stephen’s Hampstead is a fantastic choice. Previously the church was not allowed to hold such ceremonies, but after it was recently restored and renovated, it is now graded for weddings and other ceremonies.
If you’re having your wedding in the evening, you’ll even get to experience the church lit up by beautiful candlelight. Truly a sight to remember.
We hope this article has helped you choose a great wedding venue in London. If you have any suggestions/thoughts/comments we would love to hear them in the comment box below.