Set over 300 acres, Kew Gardens is known throughout the world as the leading botanical gardens, in fact it’s so important that it has been designated a World Heritage site. It’s very exciting that couples can now choose to marry at this amazing venue which helps to make their day truly unique. London’s Evening Standard even voted Kew one of the best outdoor wedding venues in the Capital.
Kew offers couples a range of options when it comes to their civil ceremony. Cambridge Cottage, a former royal residence, is perfect for more intimate weddings for up to 80 guests. Couples have exclusive use of the Cottage and its private gardens, perfect for a drinks reception and of course the important wedding photos.
For couples who are planning a larger wedding, it’s possible to use multiple locations. The Nash Conservatory is often used for the civil ceremony, then moving to the Princess of Wales Conservatory for the drinks reception and finishing at the Orangery for the wedding breakfast and evening party.
These venues are incredibly special and are a true cornerstone of Kew Gardens. The Nash Conservatory, which is licensed for civil ceremonies, was even moved from Buckingham Palace in 1836 by George IV so it’s easy to see the opulence and history that Kew Gardens has to offer.
Kew Gardens has so much to offer couples when it comes to choosing a venue to hold their wedding. There are so many amazing spots which look amazing on the wedding video and we really enjoy working at this very special venue.
Please do get in touch if you would like any more information about wedding videography at Kew Gardens. In the meantime if you are still searching for your perfect location you may be interested in looking through a list of some of our favourite London wedding venues.
Kew, Richmond, London, TW9 3AE