Devonshire Terrace in Devonshire Square offers a unique surrounding in the heart of the City to create the ideal venue for your wedding. Steeped in history, Devonshire Square was built in the early 1800s and was used as warehouses to store goods shipped from Bengal including silk, ivory and mother-of-pearl. The original façade is the soft yellow of 18th century London stock brick. In 2008, the remodelling of Devonshire Square included the addition of the glass roof over the western courtyard, offering an all-weather location and creating a picturesque setting for any occasion.
The atrium frames a view of one of London’s 21st century prestigious landmarks – ‘The Gherkin’. During the week Devonshire Square is a hive of activity but on weekends and bank holidays it an impressiveand tranquil space. We are licensed to hold civil wedding ceremonies and the Western Courtyard is an ideal place. You can continue your celebrations with a drinks reception and then move inside for canapés, a buffet, bowl food or a seated lunch or dinner. Our tantalising modern European menu can be customised to suit your requirements. We can accommodate up to 160 seated and 350 standing. And it doesn’t end there; we are one of the few venues in the City of London with a 3am licence, so you can continue your celebrations until the early hours.