London’s Best Wedding Venues

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Thinking of getting married in London but can’t find the perfect wedding venue? Leave the research to us and read our guide on the Best London Wedding Venues – whether it’s an outdoor woodland soirée or a grand ballroom in the skies, there’s something for every couple in this list!

” your wedding guests will be in esteemed company.

Ballroom Capacity 450 people (Reception), 250 people (Dinner). Click to view sample wedding menu.


Kensington Palace

Set within the beautiful grounds of Kensington Gardens, the palace is now home to the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge. Whether you choose Queen Anne’s Orangery, the immaculate gardens or the Palace’s state rooms, this London wedding venue is definitely worth every penny!

Prices start from £12,500+VAT, exclusive of catering. Click to view their wedding brochure.

kensington palace

Kew Gardens

Choose from a list of iconic buildings set on the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew. Our personal favourite? The Cambridge Cottage, a wonderful London wedding venue that’ll host up to 80 guests for a seated dinner. Great also for a summer outdoor barbecue-style wedding.

Prices start from £2,000+VAT. Location hire from 9am to 11pm.

kew gardens

The Peasant, Clerkenwell

Full of character and quirks, this London wedding venue is for those who want a no-frills wedding reception with exceptional British food. Very popular and almost always booked-up, The Peasant is a pioneer in the London gastropub scene and known for its impeccable service. Start with canapés in the pub before a sit-down dinner upstairs in their restaurant.

Reception only. Click to view sample restaurant menu.


Wise Wedding Venue, Kent

Featuring swinging sofas, a treehouse and magically lit woodlands, the Wise Wedding Venue is just 40 minutes from London Victoria or Waterloo. While they lack a civil ceremony license, this place is the ideal London wedding venue for a relaxed, nature-filled celebration.

Venue hire from £2,250 includes grounds preparation, woodland & lake lighting, suspended sofas, power supply, parking, picnic area, luxury toilet facilities, firewood and cleaning.


Town Hall Hotel & Apartments

This East London gem is full of charm and Edwardian splendor. With the flexibility to hold your ceremony in any room, there’s no stopping you from creating your own bespoke London wedding. Venues include the Council Chamber, De Montfort Suite and Bethnal Hall.

Preview a sample wedding menu here. For more information, click to view their wedding brochure.


Chiswick House & Gardens

From giant cedar trees to 18th century glass houses, Chiswick House & Gardens is a most sought after London wedding venue. A go-to destination for many a lavish party through the centuries, you’ll be a part of history here.

Venue hire from £3,500. Max Capacity 250. For more information, click to view their wedding brochure.


Shangri-La at The Shard

Say ‘I do’ in the skies with breathtaking views across London on the 34th floor of The Shard. Whether you’ve got a party of 20 or 100, the Shangri-La brand is renowned for their exquisite service and attention to detail. Rest assured, this London wedding venue will surely wow your guests!

Max capacity 140 (Reception), 110 (Banquet). Click to view a sample wedding package.

Shangri-La Shard

The French Table

If you’ve got a smaller budget to work with, don’t fret. While London may be expensive, it is also home to treasures like The French Table. Their Private Dining Room is the perfect London wedding venue for intimate receptions of up to 60 people.

From £23.50 per person (lunch) and £35 per person (dinner). Minimum Spend for Dinner: £800 (Mon-Thurs), £2000 (Fri-Sat). Corkage: £10. House Wine: £17.

The French Table

The Brewery

Got a thousand guests or just 30? Not a problem. The Brewery in East London is a unique London wedding venue that’ll accommodate almost any party-size. They’re also happy to host any type of wedding ceremony, whether Asian, Jewish or Greek.

Click to view a sample Spring/Summer wedding menu. All furniture, cutlery, crockery and staff are included in the food cost.

The Brewery

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