Small Wedding Venues for Hire in East London

Small Wedding Venues for Hire in East London

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Top Small Wedding Venues in East London

Are you dreaming of a small wedding celebration? And you’re looking for an intimate space where you could host it? Look no further than Tagvenue! People today are opting for small or micro weddings for a variety of reasons, including saving money and having a more intimate party. In response, plenty of venues have opened in order to cater to this trend, and we’ve got the best of them listed on our platform! So let us help you with creating the wedding of your dreams! Browse our curated selection of small wedding venues in East London and find the perfect spot today!

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FAQs about Small Wedding Venues in East London

How much does hiring a small wedding venue in East London cost?

From lively Hackney to historic Newham and vibrant Tower Hamlets, East London has a lot of small wedding venues available for hire. For a smaller wedding venue in the area, you can expect to pay a hire fee per session between £500 and £2500. Some venues charge an hourly fee which often starts at around £40 but can reach £300 or more. Minimum spend prices can be found between £600 and £3000. Additionally, you may come across event spaces with per person packages that cost between £20 and £125 or more. (All data from Tagvenue.)

What are some of the best small wedding venues in East London?

  • If you are planning a really intimate gathering, we recommend you check out The Dining Room at The Zetter Townhouse Clerkenwell. This charming venue can accommodate up to 24 guests for a celebratory wedding cocktail hour and up to 14 people for an intimate sit-down supper. The decorations and overall ambiance aren’t the only wonderful attributes of this venue. Additionally, this event space is wheelchair accessible and provides in-house catering and technological equipment you can usefor a romantic slideshow.
  • Perhaps because of the positive emotions and love surrounding wedding events, you are feeling on Cloud 9. If that is the case, then perhaps you can hire an actual venue in the clouds, or at least the 38th floor at Searcys at The Gherkin. The available single private dining rooms offer various layout options, in-house catering, storage space and air-conditioning. Additionally, you can enjoy stunning sky-high views and celebrate your love in style with up to 20 people.
  • Once you have a look at The Temple at Andaz London Hotel, you might be convinced to hire it and put it on your wedding invitations right away. This venue is not only visually distinctive, but it also has a fascinating historical background.  Up to 40 people can join you here for a special dinner before dancing the night away. This event space also offers accommodation as well as a lovely wedding package.
  • is a fantastic event space for up to 70 guests with lots of natural light, a gorgeous hanging garden filled with exotic plants, and exposed brick walls. The venue is close to Victoria Park, which is a great place to shoot wedding photos as well. The roomy plan is quite adaptable for whatever type of wedding celebration you are envisioning because it features a cocktail bar, lounge area, separate dining space, as well as a covered summer patio.

We also recommend you check out distinctive small wedding venues such as The MCR at The Honourable Society of Lincoln's Inn and the Secret Garden at South Place Hotel.

What are the best areas in East London to get married in?

In addition to being a center for the arts, the Hackney borough is renowned for its magnificent architecture. You will have lots of gorgeous vistas and street art to use as a backdrop for some fantastic wedding photos. The borough also offers a wide variety of wedding venues of all sizes. For example, you can take lovely pictures in front of Hackney Town Hall, The Dalston Eastern Curve Garden, or any of the beautiful parks in the area such as Clissold Park. Speaking of areas with fantastic photo opportunities, Shoreditch and Stratford both have a ton to offer in terms of sights, gorgeous parks and gardens, and quiet, quirky streets. In Canary Wharf, you can find various kinds of small wedding venues from private dining rooms alongside the Docklands to stunning restaurant venues and even more unique options such as yacht venues.

Guest Reviews of Small Wedding Venues on Tagvenue

Max F.
Booked Main Space at Late Night Railway Arch in Hackney
Amazing space to throw a get together for 30-50 people. Great facilities and the owner is a absolute legend.
Alice L.
Booked Photography / Video Studio at Infinity Cove Photo Studio
Amazing lighting in a relatively easy accessible location. Good use of stools and area for makeup etc. Glasses were provided for drinks.
Tom C.
Booked Upper Arch at SAMA Bankside
Great venue and atmosphere, great location and service! Was very impressed. Made my 21st memorable!
Ellie B.
Booked The Belle Bar & Roof Terrace at Carpenters Arms
Staff were really helpful throughout the booking process and on the evening and the space itself is great!
Steph T.
Booked Booths at SAMA Bankside
The venue itself was great and would have been just the ticket if it was busy and the dancefloor had opened. Food and drinks were delicious.
Salli F.
Booked Venue Room at The Cavendish Arms
Excellent! We were able to just get on and shoot with no interruption. The staff were super helpful! We'll be booking again! :)
Varun S.
Booked Upper Arch at SAMA Bankside
great venue - good decor and quite cool music only ok and could be louder downstairs could not play games which others could
Shantariyah F.
Booked Lost Garden at Lost Society (Battersea SW11)
Great venue decor, food and drinks m, also price for everything is amazing super cool vibe

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