Kew Gardens wedding venue contains 300 acres of world renowned botanical gardens and offers enormous flexibility for your ceremony, reception and evening party. Located in the leafy suburb of Richmond, Kew Gardens weddings are steeped in natural wonder and provide your guests with a one of a kind experience in South West London.
Wedding Venue Snapshot:
- Globally recognised gardens with a license for wedding ceremonies - 5 stunning event spaces on-site available to hire - Full private access to Kew Gardens after hours - Capacities up to 250 for a dinner dance in the Temperate House - 2 function spaces licensed for civil ceremonies with a capacity up to 200 - List of preferred caterers to accommodate all cuisines - Access to the beautiful grounds for great photo opportunities via a private buggy
Kew Gardens is arguably one of the most iconic outdoor wedding venues in South West London. Its astounding history as a botanical research and educational institution has gained international acclaim, with 50,000 living plants growing within its World Heritage Site. Kew Gardens weddings are even able to take place in the Temperate House, the oldest Victorian glasshouse in the world. This spellbinding conservatory contains an emporium of exotic plants, ponds and rare species of flora. Kew’s manicured gardens, significant history and touch of royalty makes it hard not to fall in love with.
Kew Gardens weddings are organised within several tiered in-house packages, which allow you to hire more than one space within your desired time frame, with a selected caterer from their supplier list. With several function spaces speckled across the site, such as the airy Nash Conservatory, the elegant Orangery or the striking Princess of Wales Conservatory, your guests will be transported through Kew Gardens on a one of a kind botanical adventure. All of the wedding spaces are open-plan, boasting high ceilings with grand arched windows allowing for a constant stream of natural light, which is sought after by London’s best photographers.
The possibilities are endless at Kew Gardens, and it lends itself well to host Asian wedding celebrations given the larger capacity of some of the reception spaces. However, if you are seeking something more intimate within the grounds of Kew Gardens, the former royal residence of the Duke of Cambridge, ‘Cambridge Cottage’, might be what you’ve been looking for. This quaint residence accommodates up to 80 guests for a seated meal, and it is possible to host your ceremony outside, facing its picturesque French windows. Kew Gardens has an impressive variety of venues to host the botanical London wedding you've always dreamed of.
It's really nice & beautiful!
However, the big greenhouse, could really do with a clean! I know it's an old building, full of history, but it really does need a spruce up! Also, for such a renowned place,I was surprised that so many of the plants look dead or dying!
Royal Botanical Garden, commonly known as Kew gardens is a garden with numerous collection of plants around the world. The sites is well planned to the extent that wedding reception are held in the conservatory; offering the guests a breathe taking views of plants of different species in their conditioned habitats. My experience was awesome. Spectacular views of nature.