Our Guide to Alternative Wedding Venues London
Are you looking for a quirky wedding venue in London that stands out from the crowd? Beyond the classical hotels and stately homes, there are various unusual spots to say ‘I Do’ in the city. From converted breweries to yachts floating on the River Thames, VenueCrew knows all the best alternative wedding venues to make your day all the more memorable.
In the City of London, The Brewery is a large alternative wedding venue with a unique history. Known as one of London’s most significant working breweries in the 18th century, the team of designers have transformed it into one of the city’s most desirable event centres. You can dance the night away surrounded by attractive exposed beams, brick walls and excellent acoustics. Have a look at The Brewery wedding brochure to explore the various wedding spaces on offer.
On the other hand, you might be looking for an enchanting small wedding venue. We’d suggest L’oscar in Holborn, a boutique hotel that you can exclusively hire or book out one of the private event spaces. The piece de resistance is The Baptist, which was the original chapel that stood in the centre of this reimagined church. The circular room spans two floors, and its ornate domed roof is perfect for colourful light projections. To see more imagery and book your private viewing, visit the L’oscar venue profile.
Venue Specialist Tip No. 1: Boat Venues On The River Thames Make Magical Wedding Settings
The River Thames is a significant feature of London’s abundant landscape. The riverway makes a beautiful backdrop for wedding photos, and you can enjoy an ever-evolving scene from the windows of your chosen London wedding venue.
To the east in Greenwich, the Cutty Sark is an alternative wedding venue that will take your breath away. The preserved 19th-century tea clipper was once the fastest of its kind, and it now hangs over a vast event space that you can hire for wedding receptions. You can dance the night away beneath the gleaming copper hull, enjoy drinks on the Weather Deck, or dine in the intimate mahogany-lined Master’s Saloon. To visit yourself, visit the Cutty Sark venue profile.
Venue Specialist Tip No. 2: Skyrise and Rooftop Wedding Venues Rise Above The Rest
If you’re tired of looking around wedding venues that all feel the same, look up and take inspiration from those that soar above the London skyline. High rise buildings will give your guests an experience that they’ll never forget. It’s your chance to celebrate in a spectacular space with a bird’s eye view of the capital. For example, The Gherkin in London’s City is an iconic building on London’s horizon. Its hireable event spaces on the top three floors have panoramic views from every angle. To find out more, download the Gherkin brochure.
Other fantastic skyscraper reception venues that might not be on your radar are in the Heron building in east London. Enter the fast-moving elevator that shoots up to the 38th, 39th and 40th floors, where you can choose from the array of event spaces at SUSHISAMBA and Duck & Waffle. Both boast spectacular views of London and outstanding cuisine prepared by leading chefs. To take your pick, visit SUSHISAMBA’s profile and Duck & Waffle’s profile.
Venue Specialist Tip No. 3: Call VenueCrew For A Free Consultation
With so many London wedding venues to choose from, it can be hard to find your match. If you’re looking for something specific or unusual, it’s helpful to know the London venue scene on a deeper level. Need some help? VenueCrew is here for you. Our expert team will provide you with a list of suitable alternative wedding venues after your free phone consultation. They know London’s event scene like the back of their hands, and they can point out a variety of different wedding venues that tick all of the right boxes. Call VenueCrew today.