City Elegance in Iconic Venues: Fortnum & Mason offers an exquisite wedding experience in the heart of London. With the choice of the private Drawing Room in the Diamond Jubilee Tea Salon or the grandeur of The Royal Exchange, both venues promise regal charm. The Royal Exchange, boasting Romanesque architecture and neoclassical pillars, sets the stage for refined celebrations. Its limestone walkways and historic design have been a backdrop to lavish weddings since the 1920s.
Located in the City of London, Fortnum & Mason invites you to tie the knot in the iconic surroundings of Piccadilly and The Royal Exchange.
Facilities and Capacity: Fortnum & Mason provides flexible options for guest numbers and timings, ensuring your wedding is tailored specifically to you. From intimate micro weddings in private dining rooms to grand celebrations in the courtyard for up to 150 guests, every detail is considered. The Royal Exchange offers a picturesque setting for ceremonies amidst elegant white seating and ornate altar setups. Afterwards, guests can enjoy cocktails, bubbles, and canapés in the courtyard while exploring the venue’s beauty spots for memorable photo opportunities. Formal fine dining, dancing, and entertainment follow, creating a perfect blend of sophistication and celebration.
Refined Cuisine and Personalized Service: Fortnum & Mason’s Executive Chef crafts bespoke menus tailored to each couple’s preferences. The culinary team ensures that your wedding feast is a highlight, offering a complimentary tasting before the big day. From champagne toasts and canapés to formal three-course meals, the focus is on meeting and exceeding your expectations. An in-house wedding coordinator guides you through the planning process, liaising with various suppliers to bring your vision to life. With a history dating back to 1707, Fortnum & Mason is synonymous with style, service, and sophistication, ensuring the very best for your special day.
Historic Splendor and Gourmet Delights: The Royal Exchange, initially built in 1566 as a trade centre, reopened in 1844 by Queen Victoria. Fortnum & Mason, established in 1707, is the world’s most famous corner shop. Over 300 years later, customers still enjoy gourmet delights and gifts. The venues at Fortnum & Mason blend historic splendour with contemporary elegance, offering an unmatched setting for couples seeking a refined and memorable wedding experience.