Quirky Places To Get Married In London

Big white dress, church and marquee - it might seem that there's a protocol when it comes to getting married, but these quirky wedding venue hires in London are about to change your mind. From saying 'I do' surrounded by tigers and lions, through to making speeches in a brewery, there's shed loads of unusual places to celebrate your big day. Read our recommendations for quirky places to get married in London and get ready to start the rest of your married life off with a bang.

Last updated on 20th August 2019




Kachette

1 user review 5

Kachette has unusual London wedding space written all over it; formerly part of Shoreditch Train Station, the venue has reclaimed two railway arches to create a multipurpose and adaptable space. 

The Elgin

202 user reviews 4

Located in West London, The Elgin is a large open plan space with exposed brick walls, simple interiors and lots of natural light, which is perfect for planning a quirky London wedding. As well as having a selection of more than 40 beers, the venue has a fresh and fail-safe menu that will please even the fussiest of guests.

St. Barts Brewery

256 user reviews 5

If you've got a thing for the beer-y side of life, then St Barts Brewery makes an excellent choice for a quirky London wedding venue. As well as brewing Meantime beer, the venue is also a stylish pub with double height ceilings creating lots of natural light, a dance floor and wines sourced from their vineyard in Kent.

The Barbican

4 user reviews 5

Ditch the boring and traditional for a truly unique London wedding venue as The Barbican allows you to say your 'I dos' in there iconic building. The art centre is a tropical haven slap bang in the middle of the city, with more than 2000 plants, balconies and space to show off for up to 150 guests.

Parcel Yard

305 user reviews 4

Grade-I listed, The Parcel yard at King's Cross mixes industrial steel with old-fashioned cute charm. The venue has several rooms available for something a little different when it comes to London wedding hire, from a The Waiting Room which fits 102, through to The First Class Lounge for an intimate 42 people.

Part warehouse, part restaurant, Tanner Warehouse can cater for up to 450 guests at their London Bridge location. As well as stripped back and low-key interiors which make a perfect blank canvas, the venue also has an outdoor area for when the weather is kind, along with an open plan kitchen that whips up delicious restaurant classics.

The HAC

3 user reviews 4

With five acres of gorgeous gardens, grand dining rooms and country house vibes, this quirky wedding venue is bringing all the style of the countryside to the heart of the city. The Honourable Artillery Company (better known as HAC) is located close to Old Street station and has a variety of rooms available for private hire, meaning you can tailor your day to your specific desires.