City Wedding Venues
A couple of hidden gems we love....
If you've ever shied away from considering a city wedding, then these two venues will make you think again. Gibson Hall is a converted banking hall located in the heart of the City of London, with its own secluded garden (see pic!). The grandeur of the main hall and the peacefulness of its courtyard garden create the perfect blend of town and country. The Main Hall is absolutely gorgeous with its stunning chandeliers hung from a glorious domed ceiling. It's large enough to accommodate a stage and entertainment alongside the dinner layout, and depending on our requirements a whole range of different concepts can be created with lighting, draping, theming and table centres. We really love the flexibility of this! They offer many different wedding packages, and you can find out more by visiting their listing on the site.
We don't really have to explain why the historic Lord's Cricket Ground would be a perfect combination of wide open spaces and City location -
and it really doesn't just have to be for hardcore Cricket fans. It offers space for both grand and intimate wedding ceremonies and receptions and is one of our most breathtaking and unusual wedding venues. With the elegant old-world grandeur of the Grade-II* listed Pavilion and stunning vistas of the hallowed turf, Lord’s is an amazing setting for one of the most important days of your life. The famous Long Room, which international cricket players pass through on their way to the Ground, can hold up to 230 guests for a wedding ceremony. It’s an extraordinary and elegant space with high, ornate ceilings, fronted by glass along its entire 27m length. The Writing Room is suitable for smaller wedding ceremonies of up to 60 guests. It is a beautifully proportioned room hung with paintings of cricketing scenes through the centuries. The Thomas Lord Suite, overlooking the Pavilion, can be used for both large and small weddings alike. It offers a flexible space for up to 300 people.
Outside at Lords Long Room, Lords
For more information on this unique venue, please go to their listing on the site