Most romantic wedding venues in London: from traditional to quirky

Whether you’re after a white dress, vaulted ceilings and organ music or something altogether more unusual, we work with an exquisite selection of wedding venues dotted around the capital.

From big names to hidden gems, stunning views to royal pedigree, there’s something to suit every bride or groom to be.

The Balcony Room

Go full-on Juliet in the Balcony Room at Swan, Shakespeare’s Globe, where you can get married overlooking St. Paul’s Cathedral, the Thames and, of course, the Globe Theatre. Not only is the view pretty special, but few sites could be as intertwined with romance as Shakespeare’s famous theatre – let us take care of the day and we’ll ensure there are no tragedies, mind you.

Museum of London

Modern installations meet classical pillars in the Museum of London’s ornate Sackler Hall, which can host up to 350 guests for a seated meal – or fewer with plenty of space for an aisle. Perfect for those looking for a wedding venue that is London through and through.

Shoreditch Town Hall

Set in the heart of London’s vibrant East End, this historic-meets-hipster site features a variety of spaces ideal for anything between 60 and 200 guests. The pinnacle may just be the audience hall, which is clad in Italian marble. That really is amore.

Two Temple Place

Hidden in plain view, this grand, historic behemoth of a mansion sits right on the river near the West End. On your wedding day, you and your closest can enjoy drinks in the former private library of William Waldorf Astor, while a sweeping staircase, colourful stained glass windows and ornate marble fireplaces set a truly regal tone. Dance the night away in the grand Lower Gallery overlooking the Thames at Victoria Embankment and soak up the best of London’s scenery while you celebrate.

The View from The Shard

When it comes to your wedding day, you really should be on cloud nine. But what if you could be up in the clouds instead? At View from The Shard, you can tie the knot a thousand feet in the air on the 72nd floor of the tallest building in Western Europe. The double-space height with room for 300 guests sets the scene for some seriously high romance.

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