Planning an Asian wedding? We’d love to help put some spice into your big day. Here at Tagvenue, you can explore our collection of London’s most beautiful Asian wedding venues, enquire online in minutes and compare quotes from the spaces you like most. And the best part? It’s simple to search, so you can find your dream Asian wedding venue in a snap.
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Dreaming of a traditional Asian wedding or a multicultural celebration that incorporates the best of both worlds? You’re in the right place. Tagvenue lists hundreds of London’s most popular Asian wedding venues, from luxurious hotel ballrooms to traditional Hindu wedding venues.
Most popular venues for Asian weddings:
banqueting halls – an elegant space lends a real sense of occasion to a reception
outdoor venues – pretty gardens and parks make picture-perfect backdrops
luxury venues – a grand or impressive venue will build excitement around your event
manor houses – stately homes and charming country houses are both popular choices
dry hire venues – a fantastic option if you’re planning to hire your own Asian wedding caterer or you’re after a cheap Asian wedding venue
So what’s the best way to go about planning an Asian wedding? Personalising your wedding is a fantastic way to show off your culture and amp up the festive atmosphere. Wear a traditional Asian wedding dress, serve cocktails or non-alcoholic drinks made with your favourite flavours from home, include local delicacies, chaat or street food on your menu, or order a wedding cake with a fun design, like a henna-inspired cake or a spring-inspired cherry blossom cake. And if you're planning a themed wedding, make sure to choose a venue that will complement it.
Popular Asian wedding themes:
royal – decorate your venue with rich silk drapes and incorporate elements from regal weddings, such as folk performers, puppet shows or a procession of musicians
Bollywood – dress up as iconic movie stars, roll out the red carpet and make your first dance a choreographed Bollywood number (hire a videographer to capture all the fun!)
paper and origami – use paper flowers instead of real flowers for your centrepieces and hang paper parasols or Japanese paper cranes (traditionally folded by the bride and groom for luck) from a focal point
Arabian Nights – host your wedding reception in a Bedouin tent or marquee, complete with Moroccan furnishings and carpets, and have fire dancers for entertainment
Far East – decorate your venue with shoji-style paper lanterns, lucky bamboo plants, river stones and orchids arranged in gorgeous sprays
colour-specific – use traditional Indian wedding colours (red, yellow and green), traditional Chinese colours (red and gold) or, for a celebratory atmosphere, embrace a host of vibrant colours (oranges, purples, cerise pinks, etc.) and encourage female guests to wear eye-catching saris
Remember that when it comes to planning a wedding, it’s the little touches that will make your day truly memorable, whether that means burning your favourite incense, stocking your candy bar with individually-wrapped Korean confections, or sending your guests home with personalised fortune cookies.
Planning an Indian wedding? Indian weddings are epic celebrations of love. Known for their festive atmosphere and traditional ceremonies, planning a South Asian wedding can be overwhelming. Here at #tagvenue we’ve shortlisted the best Indian wedding venues in London so you can focus on your main priority – making your special celebration magical.
Whether you’re organising an authentic South Asian wedding or are hoping to put a modern twist on a traditional Indian union, planning with purpose is key, especially for larger celebrations. Add a touch of elegance to your event by holding your South Asian wedding somewhere special, like a banqueting suite or ultra modern city centre hotel, or choose a unique space that'll wow your guests, like a gorgeous garden or charming country house.
How to find your dream Asian wedding venue:
write a guest list to help establish a budget and determine what size venue you need (a space for under 100 guests, 500 guests, 1000 guests, etc.)
decide on a wedding date (or a handful of potential dates) before you start searching for a venue
think about where you’d like your venue to be located (central London, Croydon, Harrow, Wembley, etc.) and if you’re looking for a particular type of venue (Muslim wedding venue, halal wedding venue, Pakistani wedding venue, Indian wedding venue, etc.)
note down the spaces you’ll need (space for a Hindu mandap, dancing, etc.) and make sure to consider rituals or ceremonies that take place before and after the wedding that you might want to perform (Mehndi party, Sangeet, Doodh Pilai, Walima event, etc.)
make a wet weather plan if you intend to hold your wedding outdoors
choose a venue that reflects who you are as a couple
Once you have a shortlist of Asian wedding venues that meet your criteria, it’s time to schedule some viewings. A site inspection will give you a chance to hash out some of the nitty-gritty details and make a final decision.
Details to ask about when viewing a wedding venue:
whether you’ll have exclusive use of the venue
what public transport connections and parking facilities there are
how long you’ll have access to the venue before your wedding is scheduled to begin
who will be responsible for the decorations
if you can do a menu tasting and whether the in-house catering team can accommodate special dietary requirements (halal, vegetarian, etc.)
whether there are any restrictions about noise, photography or fireworks
what time your guests have to leave the venue
what the hire fee includes (check what furniture and equipment you can use, as well as who’ll supply the linen, crockery and service staff)
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