Langtons House is the perfect venue for your ceremony and reception; you have the choice of four unique rooms to choose from all overlooking landscaped gardens and ornamental lake. For your reception Langtons hall holds a maximum of 70 people seated or 100 standing, also ideally situated leading out into the gardens.
If you would like to enquire about booking your ceremony at Langtons House fill out our enquiry form here
For more information about visiting Langtons House please see our events page
You can also hold your ceremony at one of our five approved venues in Havering. For more information click here.
Planning your Ceremony or Reception at Langtons House
What is available?
• Ceremony only
• Packages, which include the ceremony and reception together.
• Evening or candlelit ceremony (see below)
• Register Office ceremony (see below)
• Reception only
• Fees & Charges
Evening or candlelit ceremony
If you would prefer a late evening ceremony we offer two ceremonies on a Thursday & Friday evening at 5pm or 6pm held in our East Room or West Room only. You can add a flicker of romance during November to February by adding candlelight to the evening ceremonies (please note we use battery candles not naked flames).
Register Office ceremony
If you are looking for a low key / quick ceremony, you can book a Register Office ceremony; this is held in one of our small offices on the first floor or ground floor of Langtons House. We hold register office ceremonies once a week on a Tuesday morning from 9:15am. This is for two people holding their ceremony and two witnesses (4 people maximum capacity).
Important Legal Information
For Civil Marriages including Same Sex Marriages and Civil Partnerships you can hold your ceremony at any Register Office or Approved Premises of your choice in England & Wales.
Before you do so you both must give notices of marriage / civil partnership to the Superintendent Registrar in the registration district (s) where you have lived for the proceeding eight clear days.
You are required to give at least 28 full days’ notice at your local register office before you can marry; the document produced is called a schedule and is valid for up to 12 months against the venue you have chosen.
If you are a non-UK, EEA or Swiss national a Home Office referral scheme will also be in place. Those who fall within the scheme may have their waiting period extended from 28 days’ notice to 70 days’ to allow the Home Office to investigate the case.
For further information on the legal requirements of getting married in England and Wales visit our FAQS on Notice of Marriage