Wedding Ideas: London wedding venues

Our Favourite London Wedding Venues

One of the world’s greatest cities, London offers everything you could want for a destination wedding. Choosing to get married in this bustling, historical centre will give your big day charm and style, which y: ou and your guests will remember forever. And after a decade of planning gorgeous weddings in this incredible city, you can be sure we've got a few favourites. So here's a little preview of our recommendations for  this bustling metropolis!

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SEARCY'S THE GHERKIN

The top floor of this stunning London landmark has a panoramic view to die for. Hire out the two-level event space for your wedding ceremony and dinner and seriously wow your guests.

An entirely glass ceiling gives you a ton of natural light, the in-house catering service is five-star in both quality and service, and that sunset first dance is just too much.

Often a rarity for such stunning venues, The Gherkin is licensed for ceremonies on the top two floors, and can seat 140 for a dinner reception, or 260 standing.

A thoroughly modern setting for your big day!

MC MOTORS

This East London converted warehouse is a total gem of a wedding venue. Totally dry hire, except for some fun props and lights at your disposal, it makes the perfect blank canvas for your whimsy.

Ideal for any style or budget - whether you're a trendy hipster duo ready to drop a ton of cash on food trucks and floral installations, or a frugal twosome just looking for a cool place for you and your guests to party!

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SYON HOUSE AND CONSERVATORY

A little outside of central London you'll find paradise in a park. One of the last great houses of London, Syon House and Conservatory is a the family home of the Duke and Duchess of Northumberland, and it is a stunner.

Hold your ceremony in Syon House's classical Great Hall for a grand setting, drinks in the courtyard, and then on to the Conservatory to dine amongst the tropical plants and under the stunning dome.

Tell us your favourites!