Looking to celebrate your big day in unique and industrial style with a warehouse wedding reception? Look no further. Here at Tagvenue, we list some of the best warehouse wedding venues that London has to offer. In all corners of the city, find awesome locations that can act as the perfect blank canvas for a memorable ceremony and reception. You can browse through all of these great spaces and more by heading over to our smart venue finder right now!
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Warehouses are emerging as popular locations to host weddings thanks to their open and versatile nature, especially for couples looking for a modern and urban location for their special day. While there may be a few more jobs to think about when preparing the venue, these spaces essentially provide you with a blank canvas and complete freedom to design the area however you see fit. As certain warehouses are old buildings, you may have to get portable toilets, climate control, and lighting installed, however, many venues in London even come ready with all of these vital amenities. Also, consider that the acoustics and general feel of warehouse venues are more suited to larger weddings with big guest lists.
For the best warehouses and industrial spaces in London, the best place to start is undoubtedly Shoreditch. A diverse district with a buzzing party scene, the versatility of its warehouse areas means they can easily host modern and interesting weddings in trendy and urban surroundings. If you’re looking for something in the south of London, check out the Tanner Warehouse on London Bridge, an awesome space which offers special packages that include a private bar, room dividers, access to an outside courtyard, as well as awesome food offers, such as a la carte menus and delicious canapes.
The price will vary based on the size, capacity and location of your chosen space. The average price of hiring a warehouse wedding venue in London is £1,000-£3,000 per session for up to 150 wedding guests. For per-person pricing, the average price is about £50- £100. The price can vary based on the size, capacity and location of your chosen space. Most warehouse venues are located on the outskirts of London, which means that you have to factor in travel costs. You should also keep in mind that you will have to hire additional services such as catering, lighting and other staff. (All data from Tagvenue.)
Most warehouse venues come as a dry hire, which means that you need to arrange for the equipment and staff on your own. These are huge spaces with exposed brick, concrete floors, and walls made of reclaimed wood and they are definitely going to give your wedding an industrial-chic vibe. However, they don't come with the same amenities that you can expect from a high-end hotel, such as top-of-the-line sound systems and lighting, private bars, and on-site catering services. These venues are super unique and are on the more affordable side, which means you have more control over the setup and can choose additional services that suit your needs and budget. That's the best thing about these venues—they are super flexible and allow you to customise them in any way you want.
You should book a warehouse wedding venue in London at least 9 to 12 months before your big day. This is going to give you plenty of time to organise the rest of your wedding plans. You may also want to consider booking your venue a year in advance or even earlier, especially if you want to avoid the peak wedding season of July and August.
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