LAST UPDATED: 13 May 2015 at 4:20pm
There are several swoon-worthy sites to get hitched at this iconic location, but Brides loves The Nash Conservatory, with its high ceilings and elegant cream columns, for a natural-light-bathed ceremony, and The Orangery for a chic wedding breakfast.
There's no need to worry about the flower budget here - guests can roam around all 300 acres of stunning gardens (the rose garden is not to be missed).
Ceremony capacity: 200; www.kew.org
LAST UPDATED: 18 July 2014 at 4:00pm
The Princess of Wales Conservatory (and its famed rare orchids - Kew boasts over 1,500 different species) is the real showstopper here and provides a lush setting for your drinks reception.
Ceremonies take place in the ultra-light Nash Conservatory (moved brick-by-brick from Buckingham Palace in 1836) and guests get access to roam all of the Royal Botanical Gardens' 300 acres (the Rose Garden is not to be missed) before partying in the elegant Orangery.
Ceremony capacity: 200; Outside catering; www.kew.org
LAST UPDATED: 21 June 2012 at 5:59pm
Covering 300 acres on the banks of the Thames and named a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 2003, Kew is one of the world's foremost botanical gardens. There are plenty of spaces where you can host your wedding, from the elegant and intimate former royal residence Cambridge Cottage, to glasshouses such as the Nash Conservatory or the Prince of Wales Conservatory, home to a collection of rare orchids. Who needs a huge flower budget with that as your backdrop?
GUEST LIST Up to 200 for ceremony; 230 seated reception THE BILL Venue hire from £1,250 (Cambridge Cottage) LICENCE? Yes CONTACT 020 8332 5641; kew.org.