Popular Jewish Venues London

Are you on the hunt for a jaw-dropping London venue for your upcoming Jewish wedding? From delicious Kosher catering to the setup of your sacred chuppa ceremony, thankfully, London venues are considerate to the customs and traditions of Jewish couples exchanging vows. But which Jewish wedding venue in London is a fit for you? Our experienced Venue Finders can help you narrow down the search. Contact our Crew today .

    Our Guide to Jewish Wedding Venues in London

    Jewish wedding celebrations are exciting, culture-filled occasions, often celebrated with large groups of family members, traditional customs, and all-night dancing. They usually require a large wedding venue with plenty of space for a chuppah ceremony structure, lots of dining tables, and a generous dancefloor. So, if you’re planning a Jewish wedding in London, you’re in luck — the capital has some fantastic venues with all of these aspects. VenueCrew can pair you up with the ideal match. Speak to a VenueCrew London Venue Specialist today .

    An essential part of Jewish wedding celebrations is kosher catering. We suggest searching for dry hire venues where you can bring in your chosen caterer for ultimate flexibility. For example, the Grand Connaught Rooms in Holborn is a highly sought after Jewish wedding venue. It contains a breathtaking ballroom with soaring ceilings and colour changing LEDs. It’s an awe-inspiring party space that you can style the way you like. Visit the Grand Connaught Rooms venue profile.

    The Brewery is another excellent Jewish wedding venue in central London, where original factory windows, beams and exposed brick walls give it a characterful appearance. Among its several large wedding spaces, the Porter Tun is the largest, with its raised stage platform and state-of-the-art sound system. The remaining Sugar Rooms or King George III make ideal places to carry out the ‘Tisch’, which is the groom’s pre-ceremony celebrations. To book your viewing, check out The Brewery venue profile.

     

    Venue Specialist Tip No. 1: Pick a Light-filled Space for the Beautiful Decor to Shine

    East Wintergarden is a beautiful and bright event space in Canary Wharf. Beneath the 27m high glass ceilings, you can create the ultimate Jewish wedding experience for you and your guests. Although it’s one continuous area, you can divide it up into different zones, from the arrival reception to dinner and dancing. The experienced weddings team at East Wintergarden will be able to organise a flawless event that suits your vision. Get in touch via the East Wintergarden venue profile.

     

    Venue Specialist Tip No. 2: What about an authentic Jewish wedding in a traditional setting?

    If you’re looking for a Jewish wedding venue near London with lots of grounds, picturesque photo locations and a large reception hall for the dinner and dancing, look no further than De Vere Wokefield Estate. The scenic drive leads you to a glorious Victorian mansion with elegant outdoor terraces, as well as a dedicated function centre for large wedding celebrations. Couples love this country manor that’s surrounded by 250 acres of Berkshire countryside. To find out more information, download the De Vere Wokefield Estate wedding brochure.

    Suppose you’re hoping to stay in central London for your wedding. In that case, the beautiful 116 Pall Mall is a sophisticated Jewish party spot with gilded ceilings, a sweeping staircase, period portraits and chandeliers. It’s the epitome of regal elegance, that’s only a stone’s throw from Buckingham Palace. To research the range of wedding spaces on offer, head over to the 116 Pall Mall profile.

     

    Venue Specialist Tip No. 3: Call VenueCrew For A Free Consultation

    Planning a Jewish wedding is no easy feat. There are so many suppliers to liaise, and before all of that, you need to find the perfect venue. From kosher catering and dancefloor space to local car parking for guests, there are many elements to check on your search. Luckily, VenueCrew cans sift through all the best Jewish wedding venues in London to help you pick out the one that suits your style and requirements. Call a VenueCrew London Venue Specialist today  for wedding advice and a free venue finding consultation.

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    It’s effortless to find the right Jewish wedding venue in London with VenueCrew:

      1. Write down your event requirements, preferred date, and guest count
      2. Book a free consultation with a VenueCrew London Venue Specialist 
    1. We’ll send you quotes and book you in to view your favourite Jewish wedding venues
    2. You confirm your date, send out the invites, and source your favourite suppliers

    From century-old buildings with magnificent ballrooms to luxury hotels where everyone can stay the night, VenueCrew knows the best of London’s wedding spaces. The most popular Jewish wedding venues include Andaz London Liverpool Street for its sensational marble 1901 Ballroom, One Marylebone for its versatile and storied interior, and One Whitehall Place at The Royal Horseguards Hotel, for its majestic stairwell and historic wedding spaces.