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5 Things to consider when choosing a wedding venue

When it comes to wedding planning, and you look down at the long list that keeps on growing, you need to put ‘wedding venue’, into the number one spot. If you have been dreaming of something old, something new, something borrowed and something blue since you were little…hold that thought! First up, before anything else, you need a venue and a date for your nuptials.

We have put together a few things to help you start choosing your wedding venue.

 

1. How many guests will be attending your wedding?

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Haymarket Hotel

Featured Venue: Haymarket Hotel

A bold step away from cookie-cutter minimalism, Haymarket Hotel fuses contemporary and classical references in an ultra-central London location. It’s a landmark building designed by the legendary John Nash, the master architect who developed most of Regency London, including Buckingham Palace, Trafalgar Square, and the adjoining Haymarket Theatre.

Brides Magazine Feature

Brides Magazine

If you are engaged to be married with your head buried deep in a wedding organising planner, then you are probably familiar with the huge range of fantastic wedding magazines available too.

 

Full of helpful hints and ideas for every wedding style, wedding magazines are the staple bedtime read on brides bedside tables everywhere.

 

We are very pleased to have a gorgeous double page feature about our reopening in the latest issue of Condé Nast Brides Magazine.

 

Old Marylebone Town Hall

The doors are officially open

On Thursday 11th January, we proudly swung the doors of The Old Marylebone Town Hall open again after 4 years.

We welcomed guests after a £4m refurbishment to take a look around our newly decorated ceremony rooms, while enjoying delicious canapés, prosecco and listening to the beautiful sounds of a String Trio.

The Old Marylebone Town Hall

They Said Yes

It was the festive season, you made sure every detail was just perfect, when the moment was just right you plucked up the courage and you asked your partner to marry you. AND they said YES!

 

Congratulations! Now what?

 

Well now for the fun, stressed, expensive part…just kidding. It’s only a little bit stressful. Every couple wants the wedding day of their dreams, and so they should.  There are approximately 240, 854 weddings per year in England and Wales and approximately 2,000 of those take place within Westminster.

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