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Let your wedding play a part in history at Historic Royal Palaces

Let your wedding play a part in history at Historic Royal Palaces


Written by Katie Byrne - WEDDING PROMOTION

Celebrate your celebration at the most magnificent of venues with the Historic Royal Palaces...

 

Whether it is a wedding of dramatic scale or an intimate affair, Historic Royal Palaces’ six inspirational venues – the Tower of London, Hampton Court Palace, Banqueting House, Kensington Palace, Kew Palace and Hillsborough Castle in Northern Ireland – provide a stunning backdrop, one rarely matched by the many venues available for weddings.

Unique venues such as ours are fast becoming the venue of choice for milestone private occasions and weddings, where a breath-taking setting is required to set the standard for an unforgettable celebration. At each of our historic venues, weddings are made all the more memorable against the backdrop of the fascinating history and stories of the past.

weddings at Hampton Court PalaceImages: Nick Rose Photography

Our venues offer the perfect balance between elegance, luxury and history, which when combined provide the most romantic setting for your special day. Each venue offers a multitude of versatile spaces guaranteed to add a touch of the spectacular...

The infamous White Tower at the Tower of London is an ideal setting for engagement celebrations and pre wedding receptions and dinners. Alternatively for a more intimate setting the medieval palace’s Wakefield Tower and Wall Walk provide a stunning backdrop for a pre-wedding drinks reception.

Hampton Court Palace offers an impressive variety of spaces including The Great Hall, England’s last and greatest medieval hall; The Little Banqueting House; the Garden Room, which opens onto a spacious garden reserved exclusively for guests; and the Privy Garden.

Hampton Court Palace weddingsThe Privy Garden, Hampton Court

At Banqueting House couples continue to walk in the footsteps of Royals and courtiers and say ‘I do’ in the crypt-style Undercroft or beneath the stunning Rubens ceiling. Available for both large and intimate weddings, the sheer magnificence of Banqueting House is guaranteed to dazzle friends and family.

weddings at Banqueting HouseThe Main Hall, Banqueting House

Kensington Palace’s state rooms offer elegant interiors that lend flamboyance and flair to a wonderful evening. These include the Cupola Room and the King’s Gallery – the palace’s largest space. The palatial interior décor, Portland stone terrace and tranquil surroundings of the palace’s Orangery make it a highly sought after venue for weddings. Receptions larger than the Orangery’s 300 capacity can be accommodated with the lawn and terrace marquees.

weddings at The Orangery, Kensington PalaceThe Orangery at Kensington Palace

A wedding ceremony at Kew Palace can take place in the King’s Dining Room with a reception in the Queen’s Garden or King’s Breakfast Room. The palace is ideal for intimate weddings or vow renewals.

Hillsborough Castle’s Throne Room, Drawing Room, Red Room and the State Drawing Room are licensed for civil weddings and civil partnerships, and marquee weddings within its extensive grounds.

wedding at Hillsborough CastleLady Alice’s Temple, Hillsborough Castle

Couples choosing one of our venues for their wedding day will enjoy a dedicated, personal service from an experienced events manager. The sole aim of the team is to help couples realise their personal vision by meeting with them regularly and introducing them to some excellent suppliers. With intimate knowledge of the venue, the team is well-versed in being able to create the enchanting atmosphere that will make it a day to remember. Click here to find out more.


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