Grand Junction is joined to the site of St Mary Magdalene church, Paddington. Having just undergone a £6m renovation, the venue is sparkling new with all the mod-cons, whilst retaining its visually stunning 19th century architecture.
Grand Junction was originally designed by architect George Edmund Street in 1867. In the 1960s the community surrounding the church was moved on after the Second World War bombings. Throughout the 21st century the church has been lovingly restored and regenerated after years of being derelict. Today you will see the love and the dedication poured into this building, which is present in every glorious nook and cranny, making it ideal for a romantic wedding reception.
This central hall has the wow factor. It dates back more than 200 years with stunning 19th century architecture seen throughout. With exquisite detailed stone arches and a vaulted high ceiling, this area is breathtaking. The venue includes mood lighting such as shadow uplighters. There is direct access to the gardens, perfect for a summer or autumn wedding. Make sure you have a look through the gallery to view The Nave; we promise you won't be disappointed.
Wedding breakfast capacity - 300 guests
Evening reception capacity - 450 standing guests
This is a charming and versatile underground space, lending itself perfectly to an atmospheric candle-lit wedding breakfast or a trendy bar and evening celebration. A red flagstone floor teamed with pale brickwork walls creates a visually stunning area for your wedding celebration. The vaults are lit by mood lighting which further add to the atmosphere.
Wedding breakfast capacity - 120 guests
Evening reception capacity - 150 standing guests
Located on the edge of the Grand Union Canal, the lawns and terrace make for a beautiful reception space where your guests can enjoy their surroundings whilst sipping on Champagne and nibbling on delicious canapés. The garden connects directly to the nave.