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.


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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.

Step into an oasis of dreamy interiors, leafy green foliage and hearty, homecooked meals at the Bourne and Hollingsworth Building in London. Located in Islington, the entire venue is available for a quirky wedding in London, with several rooms including a Green House and secret downstairs club.

The Elgin

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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.


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The Gun has always been a place for lovers, from secret trysts between Lord Nelson and Lady Emma Hamilton, and now you and your spouse. Along with views of The Thames, this quirky place to hire for a wedding has a range of rooms and an outdoor terrace.

Having started life as a popular pop-up, The Dead Doll's House bring Roald Dahl-esque charm to their three storey townhouse in Islington. The unique wedding hire venue has several rooms, from a library through to the upstairs ballroom, each with gorgeous stencilling details and quirky design features.


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From the same team behind the renowned Nightjar, Oriole is their second venue and is just as sleek and seductive. Located in East London, the restaurant and bar has themes from around the world incorporated with a '20s vibe, along with one of London's most revered cocktail lists.

St. Barts Brewery

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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.