Once an entrance to Buckingham Palace, Wellington Arch was repurposed in the 19th century to proclaim the great duke’s victory at Waterloo. Since the early 20th century, it’s been crowned by Quadriga – Europe’s biggest bronze sculpture, depicting an angel of peace descending on a horse-drawn chariot of war. Now in the care of English Heritage, this landmark building offers the two floors of its Quadriga Galleries for weddings. With the nuptials complete, guests can then enjoy private views of its Waterloo 1815 – The Battle for Peace exhibition. A pair of balconies look out across London and are a good spot for receptions.