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The best smaller wedding venues in London

Though some dream of a grand show-stopping wedding, others would prefer a decidedly more intimate affair, but that’s not to say they want to cut back on the quality. With that in mind here are some of London’s best smaller venue options perfect for a wedding.

Century

Century

Century is one of the city’s lesser known gems, but that doesn’t make it any less of a viable choice to hold your wedding. Being a private members’ club, this unique venue on Shaftsbury Avenue is a real one off, being split across five different floors in all, including a restaurant, a cocktail lounge, a screening room, a meeting room and perhaps best of all, Soho’s biggest rooftop terrace. The vibe to expect here is luxurious and intimate, ideal for a smaller scale gathering, while the nearby tube stations are sure to be very useful in making sure everyone arrives in plenty of time to join the party.

The Orangery

The Orangery

Despite being just a short walk from High Street Kensington, The Orangery is found in one of London’s most picturesque settings that feels tucked away from the bustle of the city. At the heart of the immensely pretty Holland Park, this venue can easily cater for up to 80 seated guests within the charming glass and stone built palace, or a marquee can be erected in the grounds should you need additional space. Beautiful and elegant, yet still simple enough in its finish to allow you to put your own stamp on the décor, The Orangery really is a wonderful choice for a truly enchanting wedding.

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