Popular Rustic Venues London

Lush, rolling hills on the outside. Shabby chic on the inside. What could be more fabulous (and fun) for your London wedding than a rustic wedding venue? There are all manner of farm and barn venues for laidback London couples to consider. Whether you’re after something that’s luxe rustic or country chic, our Venue Finders will be able to steer you up the right garden path to a London rustic wedding venue you’ll love.

    Our Guide to Rustic Wedding Venues in London

    Rustic weddings are an increasing trend in the UK — from barn weddings near London with bohemian decorations to industrial warehouse weddings in the city. At VenueCrew, we are confident this style is here to stay, and we have partnered with some fantastic venues where you can achieve that perfect rustic look. Whether you’d like a relaxed urban wine bar or an exposed brick cellar where you can dance the night away, here’s our selection of rustic wedding venues to keep an eye on.

    For a dose of cosy pub charm on your wedding day, The Dickens Inn by Tower Bridge is an unforgettable venue. Poised in St Katharine Docks like a scene from a fairytale, it offers a barn-style event space on the first floor with exposed beams and views out over the marina. Does this sound like your kind of setup? Download The Dickens Inn brochure for details.

     

    Venue Specialist Tip No. 1: Look Out For Bars and Restaurants With a Rustic Appeal

    A lot of London restaurants have had a revamp to create a rustic urban edge. From exposed metalwork and industrial lighting to polished cement floors, London restaurants make ambient wedding venues. For example, Devonshire Terrace in East London is an extraordinary warehouse venue with a glass roof spanning over the area. The all-weather top enables couples to host their wedding ceremony outside and enjoy the indoor restaurant until 3 am. To see if this rustic wedding venue is what you’re looking for, download the Devonshire Terrace brochure.

    Another popular restaurant venue with a rustic aesthetic is the Kittyhawk. Complete with a firepit, a fully stocked bar and an open kitchen, this wedding venue has an instantly welcoming atmosphere. Couples love the Kittyhawk for its glamorous interiors, so you don’t need to bring many decorations to create a wedding vibe. Discover more details and wedding imagery on the Kitty Hawk venue profile

     

    Venue Specialist Tip No. 2: Exposed Brick Walls Give An Instant Rustic Look

    For rustic glamour on your wedding day, finding a London wedding venue with exposed brick walls makes a cool photo backdrop and an urban feel. For instance, The Vaults at RSA House make a fantastic wedding party venue. You can add a dancefloor and project coloured lights onto the arched brick ceilings. The options are endless in this cool underground space. To see if it takes your fancy, click through to the RSA House venue profile.

    The Brewery near Liverpool Street is another large rustic wedding venue that was formerly a beer brewing factory. Inside, there are several event spaces with incredible potential. The light-filled Sugar Rooms have a charming barn ambience, and exposed brick walls surround Porter Tun. To see how you can transform each space, check out The Brewery profile.

     

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

    Need help finding your dream rustic wedding venue in London? You’ve come to the right place. Our VenueCrew London Venue Specialists are experts in matching couples with suitable wedding spaces. On your free consultation call, they’ll take note of all your requirements and get back to you with a list of rustic wedding venues that might include ‘the one’! To complete your venue finding journey, get in touch with VenueCrew today.  

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    London is a city with a long history, which gives it an exciting mix of rustic wedding venues and modern wedding venues with an industrial edge. Some of the most popular choices include The Brewery for its large wedding spaces and suitability for Asian and Jewish weddings. Couples also love the rustic Humble Grape Fleet Street wine bar, beneath St Bride’s Church’s original arched crypts.