Looking for a wedding venue in central London with regal sensibilities? Look no further than Kent House Knightsbridge, which has recently been granted a wedding license to host civil marriage ceremonies.
The venue, which dates back to 1873, is sat upon the leafy edges of Hyde Park and offers couples the exclusive use of a private house in the exclusive neighbourhood.
Originally built in 1790 for Prince Edward, Duke of Kent, son of George II and father of Queen Victoria, it was later transformed by Lady Nobel in the late 19th century.
The historical house has a number of impressive salons, a commanding main staircase and skylight - perfect for wedding photographs - and elegant architecture. The townhouse can host up to 96 guests for ceremonies and 300 guests for receptions.
Managed by Evolve Events, the venue can be transformed to fit a number of themes and offers a variety of catering options. There is an Open Day, for both wedding planners and brides to be, being held on 7 February from 11.00am to 8.00pm.
To RSVP to the open day at Kent House Knightsbridge email Louisa@evolve-events.com - Wedding packages start from £130 per person. For more details visit www.kenthouseknightsbridge.org or www.Evolve-events.com