If you’re looking to hold an Asian wedding in all its vibrant glory, we’ve got a range of venues in and around West London that we believe would make the perfect backdrop.
From the very first moment you arrive at Ognisko and take in the grandeur of this imposing Victorian building, you know you’re at a place of real distinction and true quality. Head in through the grand entrance and up the majestic sweeping staircase to reach the main ballroom, a beautiful space that feels bright and airy thanks to the floor-to-ceiling windows letting in an abundance of natural light. Bespoke menus tailored to the occasion ensure that the high standard reaches every aspect of the day.
Chelsea Old Town Hall is another historical offering dating back to the Victorian era. It has been lovingly restored so that all the charm and wonder of its heritage remains intact, with stunningly ornate details awaiting every glance. Despite all its character, the interior space remains very flexible in its use, due in part to its generous maximum capacity of 580. Its location in one of the city’s most exclusive boroughs keeps it well connected to the rest of London.
Who wouldn’t feel special getting married at Kensington Palace? As if the extensive selection of wonderfully appointed function spaces inside wasn’t enough, the beautiful surrounding gardens and parkland mean it’s ideal for a summer wedding when you want to have the option of getting out into the fresh air. This location also means the venue feels tucked away from the bustle of the city centre, and yet remains less than 10 minutes from the nearest tube stop.
This 1920s Art Deco style building is Grade II listed and it’s easy to see why. Be it the bronze and wrought iron banister on the grand staircase, the marble walls, the exquisite crystal chandeliers, the crimson velvet drapes or the oak and walnut panelling that most grab you, you can’t really fail to be impressed by the attention to detail found at Porchester Hall. Aside from the main hall, there are a number of additional smaller rooms, providing you with plenty of options when it comes to the size and layout you had in mind for the big day.
The Orangery is a glass ad stone built palace in Kensington, and perhaps one of the city’s best hidden gems. Brimming with elegance and yet able to be kitted out to suit your individual needs, The Orangery itself can be complimented by a marquee on the lawn should you wish to accommodate a larger guest list. Licenced to hold wedding ceremonies, it’s ideal should you wish to have everything take place in one location. Holland Park and South Street Kensington are the nearest rail links, both reachable in little more than 10 minutes on foot.