8 unique London wedding venues that make you want to say I do

Engagement season is on upon us again, and with all the newly betrothed couples from Christmas and New Year making a start on their wedding planning we thought we could lend a hand with some amazing wedding venues you might otherwise miss.

1. Victorian Bath House

This quirky venue is hidden in plain sight in the city of London. Descend the stairs and uncover  opulent Victorian decor like you've never seen before. It doesn't have a license to perform ceremonies but has the wow factor for a reception and can hold up to 150 people. http://www.victorianbathhouse.co.uk/

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2. Hackney Round Chapel

The Round Chapel is a total dry hire, perfect if you want to put your own spin on the place. Oozing old school grandeur, this Grade II listed chapel opened in 1871. You'll be blown away by it's unique architecture and unusual shape. http://www.roundchapel.org/

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3. Union Club

Tucked away in Soho lives a private members club full of charm, history, great food and amazing staff. Perfect for smaller weddings of up to 60 guests, you can take over the entire club as if it were your own home. http://www.unionclub.co.uk/

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4. Cutty Sark

Looking to capture a bit of history on your wedding day, then try the last remaining tea clipper as a venue. The iconic Cutty Sark, nestled in Greenwich, is the only place in the world where you can entertain beneath the shining hull of a ship. http://www.rmg.co.uk/cutty-sark

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5. jj Wimborne

Airy bright studios with tons of character situated in the impossibly cool Hackney with a roof top that overlooks London. Sounds like a great place to get hitched to us.  https://jjmedia.com/weddings

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6. Secret River Garden

Imagine a hidden woodland where the river Thames meets Twickenham. So secret they only do four weddings a year. It's not licensed but you can have a blessing between the apple trees and feel like you're in the hidden countryside when you're in fact 20 minutes from Waterloo.  https://www.facebook.com/secretrivergarden/

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7. Ravens Ait Island

Another Thames wedding spot, but this time on your very own island. Situated on the river at Kingston with beautiful views of the Thames and Hampton Court, you'll feel like you're in your own world at this exclusive venue. http://ravensait.co.uk/

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8. The Ned

The recently opened Ned Hotel is in the heart of London.  The historic building, designed by Sir Edwin ‘Ned’ Lutyens almost a century ago, has been carefully restored, retaining many original period features, including walnut panelling and vintage chandeliers, as well as ample arched windows to allow for plenty of natural light. See if you can sneak a peak at the members bar down in the bank vault as well. https://www.thened.com/

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