Sure – lots of couples love a good traditional wedding. But you’re not lots of couples, are you? No. You’re hip young things, ready to buck the trend and celebrate your marriage somewhere a bit more interesting. We’ve got industrial bars, swanky hotels and blank canvas spaces – check out our top 5 picks:
Another luxurious venue from the Hakkasan Group, Sake No Hana is a stunning contemporary space in the heart of Mayfair. Housed in a Grade II listed building, Sake No Hana offers a perfect balance between old and new. With space for up to 140 standing in the main room, it’s a striking option for contemporary couples.
Bluebird is a restaurant and multi-purpose event space in Chelsea. A stylish and elegant space with an industrial feel, Bluebird benefits from a lot of natural light. There’s space for up to 500 guests – so plenty of room – and the nearest rail links include South Kensington, Fulham Broadway and Sloane Square.
IET London: Savoy Place boasts four floors of event spaces, including an impressive new rooftop terrace with panoramic views over the Thames. The venue has flexible spaces to suit a variety of different event requirements and access needs, and has capacity for up to 330 standing guests.
Studio Space at ME London has seven purpose-built event spaces, and can cater to gatherings up to 300 people. They have an extensive list of varied menu options and as it’s part of a hotel, it’s particularly convenient for guests travelling from outside of London.
The Underglobe is quite literally a hidden gem, tucked away beneath the iconic Globe Theatre. With a private mezzanine for arrival drinks, sweeping staircase and high ceilings, this is a contemporary venue with the benefits of a grand and traditional space. Mansion House and London Bridge stations are amongst the nearest and easiest to reach rail links, connecting you to both the rest of London and further afield.