Middle Temple boasts one of the finest Elizabethan Halls in the country; providing an impressive setting to host a wedding breakfast for between 80- 300 guests. The wedding party will be in good company following generations of royalty from Elizabeth I to Prince William. Middle Temple also makes a fabulous venue for proposals; it’s the location where Mark Darcy popped the question to Bridget Jones in The Edge of Reason.
With views across the River Thames, weddings and civil partnership ceremonies can be hosted in the sophisticated Queen’s Room which can accommodate 50 guests or the Parliament Chamber which can accommodate 75 guests. The Prince’s Room reflective of a grand country house drawing room with honeyed oak panelling is ideal for intimate dinners and receptions for up to 100 guests.
A hidden gem, Middle Temple’s award-winning landscaped gardens offer the ideal spot to pose for photographs alongside the striking interiors which feature carved woodwork, stain glass windows and ornate cornicing. The garden can house a marquee hosting up to 1,000 guests.
As a special bonus couples choosing any of the Middle Temple dinner menus will receive an unlimited soft drinks package on top of 15% off venue hire and the use of all furniture and candelabras. Vintage afternoon tea packages for weddings are also available. For more information, to book a venue visit or pencil in a date couples should quote WED2014/2015 to claim the discount and contact the wedding team on telephone: 0207 427 4820 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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Notes to Editors
- * Remaining dates are currently Sunday 30th November and Saturday 6th and Saturday 13th December 2014.
- Middle Temple is located on Middle Temple Lane, London, EC4Y 9AT.
- Middle Temple is within easy reach of Charing Cross and Blackfriars stations and Temple tube station.
- Middle Temple should not be confused with Temple Church – which is very close by- as it has no religious bearing and can be used for a variety of events by the general public as well as members.
- Middle Temple is steeped in over 400 years of history and has welcomed Queen Elizabeth I and II, William Shakespeare, Sir Francis Drake and Charles Dickens. The Hall is notable for many reasons a few being surviving Civil War, The Great Fire of London and two World Wars whilst preserving the finest example of an Elizabethan oak hammer beam roof.
- Middle Temple has its own in-house caterer and has a list of preferred suppliers including caterers, entertainment, florists and staff.