Booking the perfect large wedding hall in London is fast and easy with Tagvenue. Dreaming of a larger than life wedding celebration? If your guest list is getting longer and longer, it’s high time you start looking for large wedding venues. Be it a 100, 200 or even 500 guests wedding, here at Tagvenue we know how to find the right-sized space in London at the right price. So what are you waiting for? Check out wedding venues in London that will accommodate all of your guests!
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Big wedding venues in London don’t need to be dull or expensive. These are our favourite types of venues for large weddings in the capital:
Hotels – From elegant historical buildings that boast Victorian elegance to equally charming places in London’s more tranquil areas, hotels are ideal for large-scale wedding receptions. These venues feature stunning reception spaces (ballrooms, banquet halls, etc.). Need to provide accommodation for guests who’ll be coming from abroad? Then hiring a hotel for your wedding celebration is the best thing you can do. In such a case, both the rooms and the reception area will be in the same building! This takes a lot of the hassle out of organising your big day.
Manor houses – Planning a Downton Abbey- or Jane Austen-themed party, or maybe you’re just passionate about history? You can’t go wrong with a traditional British manor house. These large wedding reception venues are spacious enough for big groups and are often located in pretty-as-a-picture locations. What’s not to like?
Community halls – If you’re cost-conscious, this is a cheaper option for large wedding parties. Already have special decor ideas in mind? A simple reception hall will be perfect for you, as it gives you the opportunity to get creative. And the really good news? Community halls are spread all over London – no matter if you’re looking for a venue in Brixton or Stoke Newington, with Tagvenue you’re sure to find the perfect large wedding space.
Organising a large wedding in London – tips and tricks:
Prepare a checklist – This tip is crucial because it makes the entire preparation process way less stressful. You don’t need to worry you’ll forget about something when you have everything noted down in one place.
Book the right-sized space – Do you need a big ceremony space for 300 guests, a huge wedding reception venue for 400 or an absolutely enormous hotel function room for 500 or more guests? We have the right space for you. Use our search filters to select the planned number of guests and see what spaces come out.
Finalise the guest list and send the invitations in advance – Preferably six to eight weeks before the wedding reception. There are many websites which will allow you to create personalised invitations from scratch or using pre-prepared templates. Do you want to prepare something extraordinary for your guests? Wouldn’t it be interesting to send them video invitations?
Don’t underestimate the importance of catering – The food really gets people talking. Choose a caterer tailored to your needs or a restaurant with a mouth-watering menu. Last but not least, check whether some of your guests have special dietary requirements (vegetarian, vegan, kosher, halal, etc.).
Big wedding venues in London come in all shapes and sizes as well as at different price points. On average, hire fee per day can be found anywhere from £500 to £1300, while rates per person are set around £65 to £150. When it comes to minimum spend, you can expect to pay as low as £800 per session or £2000 per day. (All data from Tagvenue.com platform).
Book a unique large wedding venue in London and be sure that you will have a wedding that will amaze and astound your family and friends. After all, it’s not just about the size of the venue, it’s what you do with it.
London is known for its charming wedding venues, but if your party is especially big, it might be a problem to find a venue that is spacious enough. There are many beautiful historical spaces in the City of London or Covent Garden, but if you are looking for a unique wedding experience we suggest you also consider spots in the outskirts of London. There are many breathtaking wedding spaces surrounded by nature just waiting for you to say ‘I do’.
Ideally, you should book a wedding venue about 9 months before the wedding, or even earlier if you are planning the wedding for May or October (which are the peak seasons). This will give you enough time to make sure the venue you want hasn't been booked already, as well as give you the time to book your vendors, prepare the decorations, decide on a menu, and sort out all the details of the hire.
Found an amazing venue within 10 minutes of looking! Really happy :)
I came across Tag Venue completely by accident and Sarah was unbelievably helpful in saving me valuable time and conducting the search on my behalf. I would not hesitate to use Tag Venue again.
It was really easy to find a wide range of potential locations, and I could contact many different venues with ease. Tagvenue allowed me to be very dynamic when organising my event. Would definitely use again!