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The Best Orangery Wedding Venues in London

If you are considering getting married in an Orangery Wedding Venue, specifically located within London, then you've found the right post. With many years of experience and many different wedding venues, we always fall in love with orangery or botanical venues that offer a whole unique ambience to any wedding. If you want to bring the outdoors inside, then these are the types of venues you will want to go for. We've made a list of our top favourites in and around the London, UK area.

Orangery Venue London Kew Gardens

Royal Botanical Kew Gardens, Richmond, London

Kew Gardens appeals to so many couples due to flexibility you get with hiring such a venue. This wild botanic garden is set on 500 acres of Woodland within London! With Kew Gardens they offer on a "dry-hire" basis, meaning you can create whatever you want. From choosing suppliers, right through to the design of your wedding, you have the freedom to work without restrictions. It's worth bearing in mind that the venue do have certain suppliers you must work with due to the nature of the venue itself and keeping it protected. There are a few different locations on site but the main ceremony area is the Nash Orangery, featuring big open windows, plenty of light and a neutral setting.

Kew Gardens Botanical Venue

For your wedding breakfast you can choose The Orangery which again has a neutral setting so can suit any wedding design concept you'd like to work with. It offers outside lighting so your guests can stand under the stars whilst they talk with one another. This Orangery Wedding Venue in London can cater for guest numbers between 80-200 and there is plenty of space to work with.

Petersham Nurseries Covent Garden

Petersham Nurseries, Covent Garden

Petersham Nurseries is a completely unique orangery wedding venue located within the heart of Covent Garden in London. If you want to escape the city-life and bring a more botanical wedding design concept to your day, then you may want to take a look at this verdant oasis. This botanical wedding venue offers an understated elegance with a more modern greenery style. You can work alongside their in-house florist to create a spectacular view for your guests. They can only accommodate up to 120 guests, so please keep this in mind when visiting this venue.

Chiswick House Orangery London

Chiswick House & Gardens, Richmond, London

If you want to include traditional English architecture within your orangery wedding venue choice, then Chiswick House & Gardens in London is the perfect option. With its 18th Century British architecture and landscaped English Gardens, your guests will walk the grounds whilst holding their welcome drinks enjoying the fresh air. The Orangery at Chiswick (a 19th Century Glasshouse Structure) offers a ceremony location of up to 100 guests, however there is an option for guests to peer in from the huge orangery windows if you require more room.

The Garden Pavilion is where your guests will continue the late afternoon celebrations with you. A neutral canvas offering chandeliers and a blank space to create whatever design concept you so desire. Your guests can walk along the front of Chiswick House if they need a quite few minutes to take in the elegance of the grounds.

Barbican Conservatory Wedding

Barbican Conservatory Wedding Venue, London

If you are after more of a tropical feel to your wedding design, then this London Orangery Wedding Venue is the one for you. This lush green tropical oasis is the home to many types of exotic fish and over 1,800 types of tropical plants. This venue can take up to 220 guests, so is suitable for a larger sized wedding. The Orangery Wedding Venue features a glass roof which allows natural lighting during the day to create a natural atmosphere for your wedding. If you are looking for a more modern wedding design, then this could be the venue choice for you.

Soon House Orangery Venue

Syon House, Gardens & Great Conservatory, London

This orangery wedding venue is very unique, it is actually one of the last great houses of London belonging to The Duke of Northumberland for more than 400 years. If you are looking for a venue that offers more of an eccentric historical style, then this could be the option for your luxury wedding design. With it's grand classical interiors, this venue has Gardens set on a 200-acre park that allows you to feel as if you are in the countryside, but actually only a few miles from Charing Cross Station in London. The venue can only seat up to 160 guests, however they do offer a marquee option that can accommodate much larger weddings.

Orangery Venue Ceiling

Orangery Ceremony Venue

The Orangery, Holland Park, Kensington

The Orangery at Holland Park is located within the borough of Kensington and Chelsea. It's perfect location means that it is surrounded by tourist attractions and hotels to entertain your overseas guests whilst attending your wedding event. This Orangery Wedding Venue is set on Holland Park and is just a short walk from High Street Kensington. The Park itself offers Japanese style landscaping which makes this venue a little bit different from the others. If you are looking for more of a unique and modern design wedding, then this option may be for you. This glass and stone palace features tall neutral white walls with arched windows, enabling plenty of light to come into this luxury space. Its prestigious feel will give a luxury wedding ambience to your wedding. This venue can host up to 80 seated guests but can accommodate more for the evening guests.

Holland Park London

As a London Wedding Planner I offer completely modern and unique design concepts to all of my clients. Our Full Wedding Planning Services may be suitable for you if you need help with the designing and planning of your London Wedding. With many orangery wedding venues they offer on a dry-hire basis which means you will have to source all of your wedding suppliers yourself. If you would like a free consultation with us to help, then contact us today!

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