If you’re wondering how to make your wedding memorable, it all starts with the venue! So I’ve listed my favourite Cool London Wedding Venues.
Being a Londoner myself I have always assumed I will get married in London, or on a beach! Forever I have been in love with its architecture, diverse cultures, music and of course its food! So even without my roots I have always felt that some London houses some of the best wedding venues in the country, from the eclectic to the classic and the extraordinary. To celebrate I have pooled some of my favourite cool London wedding venues right here for you and hopefully it will aid you in your big day planning.
Cool London Wedding Venues you have to check out
A super cool London wedding venue in the heart of gritty Dalston, MC Moters is neatly summed up by this very happy bride
‘A photo studio by day, MC Motors has lots of quirky props so we barely needed to decorate it. We brought in the Disappearing Dining Club, which runs pop-up dinners in East London, to do everything else. The venue looks like an ordinary shop from the outside – when our guests got off the London-style buses we’d booked to take everyone from the ceremony, their reaction was “wow”.’
The Old Finsbury Town Hall
A stunning Grade 2 listed building in the heart of Clerkenwell, Old Finsbury Town Hall is a unique wedding venue offering vintage glamour from Art Nouveau detailing, grand staircases and statement high ceilings. This piece of London history will certainly give your London wedding the grandeur you deserve.
One of the most fashionable destinations in London, Sketch has a myriad of gorgeously designed rooms that will give your wedding that little something extra. The Lecture Room and Library are licensed for ceremonies, while the Glade (an enchanted woodland-inspired room) and Sketch’s stunning restaurants are all on offer to host a reception. This has to be in your top ten of cool London wedding venues!
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 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.
Don’t fancy getting married in the capital? England a bit cold for you along with the threat of rain on your wedding day? Why not consider a destination wedding venue in Europe! Check out my favourites here.