When it comes to looking for the right wedding venue, you’re likely to come across a number of different eras and styles of building. From Georgian townhouses and previously private residences to iconic landmarks, we spoke to eve to get the lowdown on three of London’s most impressive wedding venues from three centuries. Inspiration awaits!
Constructed 1757 – 1776
Previously a private residence (then military hospital), Dartmouth House is a home-away-from-home in the centre of the City. As a Georgian townhouse, the venue features a grand marble staircase, private courtyard and that piano, surrounded by rococo opulence. Dartmouth House is ideal for a luxurious day with a chilled-out vibe.
Old Royal Naval College
Described as ‘the Sistine Chapel of the UK’, the Painted Hall at Old Royal Naval College is unlike anything else London has to offer: paintings and large windows fill each wall (including the ceiling) creating a Baroque masterpiece – we’re not surprised that it took 19 years to complete. And that’s just one of the rooms available.
Constructed 1929 – 1930
BMA House is Grade II listed and offers four elegant event spaces to choose from, depending on the style and size of your wedding. From small ceremonies to big celebrations in the Grand Hall, BMA House kind of has it all. The courtyard is the venue’s largest outdoor space (one of two) and features an impressive fountain in the centre, situated within wrought-iron gates. Also particularly popular for weddings is the Garden space, home to medicinal plants, shrubs and trees and featuring a pond, it’s a great spot for romantic photographs.
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eve’s portfolio of wedding venues in London includes some of the City’s most iconic spaces. Leave it to eve to find the right one for you!