Kayleigh And Ashley – Kew Gardens wedding

Nash Conservatory Kew Gardens wedding

Kayleigh and Ashley held their Kew Gardens wedding on beautiful day in June 2018, in the magical Nash Conservatory; this was one wedding that I never blogged at the time, but it now feels like an appropriate time to share. It still feels oddly magical to look back on these  gatherings and reminisce about a time when we could all come together, and try to remember that it will feel like that again one day soon, that we will have human connection again ( I blogged this in 2020, and am updating it in 2023, just for clarity!)

Ashley and his groomsmen got ready at Ruffians in Shoreditch – it seems like a nice way to treat your groomsmen instead of getting them running errands before quickly pulling on their suits in someone’s childhood bedroom!

Kayleigh got ready in the very light and airy, and super pretty, accommodation at the Zita Elze flower school, which is perfectly located for Kew and makes for some of my favourite ever getting ready photos.

After the ceremony they headed on a London bus over to Ognisko for shots of limoncello, partying and table tennis, as well as the most beautiful tablescapes by Rachelle from Trust in Love weddings.

All about weddings at the Nash Conservatory

“Originally built in the grounds of Buckingham Palace, the Nash Conservatory was moved brick-by-brick to Kew in 1836. ”

That’s pretty incredible – this is a beautiful, sophisticated and light space in Kew Gardens, with gorgeous views of the gardens from inside. It’s located super close to the Elizabeth Gate on Kew Green, which makes it really easy for your wedding guests too.

You can do as Kayleigh and Ashley did, and just use the space for a ceremony and post-ceremony drinks before heading off elsewhere, or book it as part of a whole day package at Kew Gardens. When you hold your ceremony there, you can take advantage of getting whisked off on an electric buggy with a member of the Kew team for photos in the grounds, and book your guests a tour on the Kew Explorer.

if you prefer a more private venue for your wedding at Kew than the Nash Conservatory, then you can book Cambridge Cottage, which comes with it’s own private gardens.

The hire fee for the Nash Conservatory is from £6600.

If you’re getting married at Kew Gardens or in the Nash Conservatory, I’d love to hear from you.

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