Although weddings in religious venues are still very common, some atheist couples prefer not to get hitched in a house of worship nowadays. This opens up many options for such couples, as there are plenty of fantastic places to get married in London.
To help take the stress out of planning your big day, www.squaremeal.co.uk has compiled the above list of London wedding venues. Some are funky venues, providing couples with the opportunity to get married in kookier surroundings, while others are grand historical venues, the antiquity of which will provide the perfect backdrop to your special day.
Some of the other London wedding venues listed above offer al fresco services, allowing couples to tie the knot outside whether the British summertime decides to turn up for your big day or not. And if you’d like the iconic skyline around the River Thames to provide the background to your wedding photos, then there are a number of brilliant riverside venues listed here as well.
Although they are all completely different, the venues above are amongst the best places to get married in London. They have been hosting weddings for many years and are used to accommodating the individual needs of each couple. These wedding venues in London are also able to cater for large parties, should you be planning a big wedding.
Opposite the MediaCityUK complex in Salford Quays, this arts and entertainment hub houses three adaptable theatres, a range of event spaces, a bar and restaurant. The landmark building also has space for the world’s largest collection of LS Lowry paintings. On its fourth floor, the glass-walled Compass Room has its own balcony, while Pier Eight is a flexibile choice for functions. Head to the North and South Rooms if yours is a smaller meeting.