Fancy getting married in the eighteenth century? Imagine saying your vows amongst suits of Armour and becoming husband and wife underneath European oil paintings which date from the fourteenth to the mid-nineteenth century. This dream can come true at The Wallace Collection and is today’s pick an Alice Adventure wedding venue.
Surrounded by more than five hundred pieces of furniture which consist largely of eighteenth-century French pieces, The Wallace Collection has dreamy, romantic appeal when it comes to being a unique wedding venue. Does getting married amongst an incredibly expensive display of fourteenth century art sound perfect to you? Check out how The Wallace Collection, a stunning London Townhouse can make your day, fairytale.
The Wallace Collection, as they so perfectly put it is:
“A place of genius, fancy and taste”.
Check out this staircase for your red carpet entrance! We love Red Carpet entrances for our Brides and this is a little piece of carpet heaven!
Grab your hot little hands on the pdf brochure here to find out exactly what they offer.
You can have the use of The Wallace Collection for a neat £10,000 which includes:
Up to 160 guests for a seated dinner or Up to 140 guests for dinner & dancing.
As per The Wallace Collection website:
Guests are treated to pre-dinner drinks in the first floor galleries. Decorated with opulent French silk wall coverings and upholstery and displaying treasures belonging to Marie Antoinette and Madame de Pompadour, these rooms provide a glamorous backdrop for the pre-dinner drinks.
Drinks are followed by dinner downstairs in the light and airy Courtyard. This dynamic space is enclosed by a soaring glass roof to make it a perfect venue throughout the year. The Courtyard is a flexible space which can be set up for a seated dinner or food can be served in a more informal manner at buffet tables or food stations. The Courtyard is also a great space for speeches, live music, DJs and dancing.
By hosting a Wedding Reception at the Wallace Collection you will automatically become a member of our patrons scheme, Heroes & Heroines, which has a host of benefits including invitations to exclusive private views and events.
The hire fee covers the exclusive hire of the Wallace Collection, an Event Manager and security for the entire Collection. Now I don’t know about you, but the sound of security at my wedding sounds neat! 🙂 Food, drink, entertainment, production and flower costs are additional and quotes for these are available through their approved suppliers.
We love art, we love elegance, we love The Wallace Collection.
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