• Charlotte

10 Of London's Coolest Wedding Venues

Updated: 12 hours ago

Wilton’s Music Hall

Built in 1858, this auditorium is actually the oldest surviving grand music hall in the world. Though no longer a home to all the glorious decorations of its day, the dereliction of its original features makes it a deeply atmospheric and magical venue to step into.

Hire of Wilton’s for a wedding includes the whole building, covering the bars, the Victorian staircase, and the Hall with its famous barley-twist columns – perfect for your ceremony, wedding breakfast and with plenty of space for dancing. This means closing it to the public and is therefore a very exclusive opportunity, with only a select number of dates available a year.

Find out more here.

The Asylum Chapel

Asylum Chapel will take your breath away – every time. A Grade II listed building built in 1826 and bombed in WWII, this derelict church is a wonderland of atmospheric lighting, crumbling teal stone, and whispers of days past. The Chapel is in Peckham, and is a ceremony-only venue licensed for up to 120 people (a dreamy opportunity to take your guests to One Friendly Place for the wedding reception!). Perfect for couples looking for something that little bit different, but still with a momentous, imposing backdrop for their ceremony.

One Friendly Place

One Friendly Place is simply an awesome melting pot of cool stuff. This space was originally built in the 1930s as a spice warehouse, and spans 7500 sq ft over four floors, including a 1500sq ft secret rooftop. This warehouse / studio is the epitomy of industrial chic – a space for rockstars and hip, wild parties until the early hours, mismatched furniture, unexpected artwork, and making new traditions.

Dead Dolls House

"Whether your day calls for simplistic elegance or rock & roll decadence the house makes a spectacular setting for any sized wedding reception.

Our experienced team works with you to provide a day that is bespoke, to your budget and above all fun!

We are SO happy to also be licenced for Civil ceremonies/marriages now, so don’t delay get in touch to start planning!"

Trinity Buoy Wharf

Ace Hotel

Paradise By Way Of Kensal Green

The Ned

Syon Park

One of London's most breathtaking venues, Syon Park offers acres of sweeping parklands, providing a stunning backdrop for weddings and civil ceremonies. Whether it's a twilight evening ceremony or a sunshine-filled daytime affair, make sure you follow with drinks in the Inner Courtyard garden. The central fountain and perfumed cream and white flowers can't be missed.

Horniman Museum & Gardens

For elegant Victorian style, there's not much that surpasses the Horniman Museum. A Grade II listed building, the museum and gardens is tucked away in Forest Hill, and provides an oasis of calm from the hustle and bustle of central London. Their restored cast iron conservatory is particularly elegant, and a stunning backdrop for photos.


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