The London Eye
Couples can choose to enjoy their special day on the London Eye, in a private capsule that has been decorated with beautiful flowers. The ceremony can even be timed so that couples can exchange their wedding vows atop of the wheel, surrounded by stunning scenery.
Kew Gardens provides a picture-perfect natural setting in which couples can select from a variety of memorable civil ceremony and reception venues, including the Prince of Wales Conservatory.
Couples can sail into wedded bliss on the HMS Belfast. Surrounded by the Tower of London and Tower Bridge, HMS Belfast is a wedding photographer’s dream venue.
Nestled in a pretty village, the Dulwich Picture Gallery is a wonderful setting for weddings. With artwork from the likes of Rembrandt and Rubens adorning the walls and surrounded by beautiful landscaped gardens, this venue is the ideal destination in which art enthusiasts can get married.
Ealing Town Hall
Constructed in the 1800s to honour Queen Victoria’s Golden Jubilee, the stunning Grade II-listed Ealing Town Hall’s function rooms, which are complete with their traditional features, add a sense of occasion to the wedding ceremonies hosted here. Couples can celebrate their big day either in the modern Princes Hall or the ancient Victoria Hall.
London Zoo is a distinctive venue for fans of wildlife to tie the knot. The Grade II-listed Mappin Pavilion is nestled next to Bear Mountain and it is here that wedding ceremonies can be held. Couples who choose to celebrate their marriage here will be contributing to the preservation of the animals that live here.
For aspiring scientists, the Science Museum is the ideal venue in which to get hitched. Civil weddings can be held in the Director’s Suite while the broad range of modern and traditional galleries can host receptions able to captivate even the most discerning of guests.