Steeped in centuries of royal history, Hampton Court Palace is a truly majestic venue for a spectacular wedding.
The Palace’s immaculate gardens, historic architecture and all-around grandeur are sure to provide the stunning backdrop for your important wedding photography. The timeless venue can accommodate large, lavish events or a smaller, more intimate reception. Regardless of the style and size of your wedding, the enchanting and impressive venue is sure to create an unforgettable day for you and your guests.
For your ceremony, the Garden Room and Banqueting House are perfect locations. For intimate occasions, the Banqueting House can hold 50 ceremony guests with the capacity for 80 people for the reception and 50 for dinner. The larger Garden Room accommodates 200 guests for a civil ceremony or wedding reception.
For receptions with splendour, there are three fantastic options. The Great Hall is possibly the grandest and most spectacular of them all with the capacity for up to 400 guests for a standing reception. As England’s last remaining medieval hall, it is a privilege to celebrate under its magnificent ceiling.
Additionally, the beautiful Orangery, Cartoon Gallery and The Undercroft all hold their own historic charm and make fantastic settings for the day.
The magnificent building has a long, rich history and if you choose to have your wedding within the grounds, you too would be part of it on a beautiful, incomparable day.
Hampton Court Palace recently won the award for Best Wedding Venue as voted for by the public and readers of ‘Perfect Wedding’ magazine.
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Historic Royal Palaces swept the board at the Event Production Awards (EPAs) on 12th Feb with Hampton Court Palace and Banqueting House winning the first ever Venue Awards to be included in the awards line-up.
Hampton Court Palace was crowned Best Outdoor Venue of the Year in recognition of the impressive array of large scale outdoor commercial events it hosts, and Banqueting House beat the likes of The O2 and Emirates Stadium to be voted Best Indoor Venue of the Year.