Where to Plan your Church Wedding in London

“Wedding in the church,” an old British tradition is returning as more and more people are tying the knot in these religious institutions. Perhaps it is the amazing vows, or promises, or a healthy relationship with the Vicar that make church wedding a more meaningful and beautiful. Whether you dream of having a modern vintage wedding or film-style celebration, there are plenty of old or new, intimate or grand churches in London that ensure you to make your wedding special.

Adding a religious dimension to your wedding, these churches are the best places for any bride to say ‘I DO’. For a majority of couples, god’s blessing is the most essential part of their marriage based upon their beliefs.

That is the reason; some couples think churches are the special venues to be hitched in style. Here are some of the perfect church wedding venues in London that ensure to make your wedding a particularly unique experience.

St Martin–within–Ludgate
Talk about wedding churches in London must start with St Martin-within-Ludgate, which is located near St Paul’s cathedral. The large central brass chandelier, antique pulpits, pedal organs, and Christ paintings add extra flair to this venue. With a wealth of history, this venue offers a tranquil setting and is perfect for couples wanting to get married in an unusual way.

This church becomes a character in the couple’s love story, offering a quirky backdrop to your special weddings and receptions. Its medieval style architecture and wooden door-cases add much needed uniqueness to your wedding events.

The venue boasts a newly renovated Gateway Centre, which has all the advanced features to hold events for up to 150 guests.

Church House
Getting married in the Grade II listed church is a perfect way to create your wedding story. Serving as the headquarters of the Church of England, Church House is a splendid venue for your weddings and special events. Located in the hub of Westminster, this wedding venue boasts 19 stately rooms that can accommodate up to over 600 guests at a time. The traditional Christian architecture and exquisite halls make it an ideal backdrop for larger events.

Allowing access through Dean’s Yard, the venue is in close proximity to Westminster Abbey, Big Ben, and the London Eye. Church house happily caters to daytime as well as evening events including wedding anniversaries, reunion parties, birthday celebrations, receptions, product launches, exhibitions, graduations, wine tastings, business events, and board meetings.

If you want to celebrate a grand wedding, then it is better to go for Assembly Hall that can accommodate up to 664 guests. For small gathering, you can book Bishop Partridge Hall that only serves up to 150 guests.

78 Bishopsgate
If you have a dream of an intimate wedding, then 78 Bishopsgate is the best bet. Holding a historic significance, this site has been serving as a venue in the name of St Ethelburga’s since it was re-constructed after its destruction in 1993 by an IRA bomb. The venue boasts three areas including the Nave, Garden, and Foyer and Aisle.

The Nave is the main area, which has a wonderful sense of calm and offers the tranquil setting for special occasions like private dinners, meetings, and weddings. Besides, you can hire a lovely garden as well where you can use the quirky Bedouin marquee.

By booking any one of these venues, you are surely a step closer to your dream church wedding. Wish you a happy wedding!

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