Have a Stunning Kew Gardens Wedding
This weekend whilst viewing a July wedding venue in Richmond, my wife and I decided it would be a good idea to head to Kew Gardens. The only other times I’ve been to Kew are for music festivals and gigs so it was the first time I could venture around. We decided to take the train ride around the seven stops to get a feel of the place and then jump off to explore. We learnt that Kew gardens is 300 acres and was built on concrete. Despite being built on concrete they have managed to grow a mini paradise in the middle of busy Kew.
The Wedding Ceremony
As we wandered around the grounds I realised that on a hot summer’s day, having a Kew Gardens wedding would be a stunning affair. We found an impressive civil ceremony glass conservatory which was set up for the day’s wedding. You can see it has a lot of space so perfect for large weddings, and brings in loads of light so it’s great for photos.
Stunning Photo Opportunities
If you do decide to have a Kew gardens wedding then it is clear you’re likely to have some great photo opportunities. Literally in every direction there are amazing views. We headed over to the Japanese quarter to look at their dedicated Japanese garden. If you’re looking for a photographer for your wedding feel free to get in touch with one my team of wedding photographers. Fiona and Alice are happy to chat with you about your photography needs.
Kew Gardens Wedding Music
Obviously a place like this with such beautiful scenery would not be complete without music. There are several dedicated venues within Kew Gardens for the party element of the wedding. If you do have a Kew Gardens wedding coming up and need some music for the day feel free to get in touch. My dedicated team of musicians will be happy to provide you with exactly what you’re looking for. Though by the looks of those drums above they might be in a bit of pain by the end of the night!! If you want to check out what’s going on at Kew Gardens just click on the link.