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Hot new wedding offerings for 2019

Thursday, October 4, 2018 - 14:00

Festive planning is in full swing and the summer months may feel like a distant memory. However, for couples and wedding planners, next year's summer wedding offerings are a hot topic! So, we asked our venues what they've got lined up for brides and grooms tying the knot in 2019…  

The Royal Institute of British Architects

For couples looking to get married in a central, elegant setting the Royal Institute of British Architects’ headquarters at 66 Portland Place is the perfect venue. The building’s Art Deco interiors and light-filled rooms are a memorable location for occasions large and small. For any weddings confirmed by the end of October, RIBA is honouring this year’s package rates before the introduction of 2019 pricing. Starting from £135.00 this is an offer not to be missed for anyone considering a stylish city wedding!

Hampton Court Palace

For those looking to hold the perfect summer wedding, the outdoor spaces at Hampton Court Palace are the ideal backdrop for a relaxed and intimate occasion, such as the walled private garden of The Garden Room. Couples are also gifted 100 tickets into the palace on the day of their wedding, to maximise enjoyment of the opulent setting with their family and friends.

Banqueting House

Banqueting House will continue to offer full day closure during the day on any Thursday excluding school holidays, with seasonal rates for wedding clients throughout the summer across the two enchanting spaces – the Main Hall, which features Sir Peter Paul Ruben’s magnificent painted ceiling, and the atmospheric Undercroft, with its vaulted ceiling, long dramatic aisle and candelabra.

Gibson Hall

A historic and beautiful venue for wedding ceremonies and receptions. Getting married in 2019, why not hold a unique wedding ceremony outside in the beautiful courtyard garden of Gibson Hall.  

Tower Bridge is London’s award winning venue for weddings and ceremonies. Sat 42 metres above the Thames, both Walkways offer breath-taking panoramic views, with the Docklands, Canary Wharf and Greenwich to the east and the Shard, the Tower of London, St. Paul’s Cathedral and the City to the west. In 2019, couples getting married at Tower Bridge will have the unique opportunity to have their photos taken on the balcony at the top of the tower, as well as photos with the backdrop of the bridge.