Situated one mile East of Canary Wharf, on the banks of the river Thames, Trinity Buoy Wharf has all the charm, character and space of a former working dock, in an exclusive Dockland’s location.
London’s only lighthouse, Container City, Fat Boys Authentic American Diner and the range of historic buildings provide the perfect backdrop to wedding photographs as well as being a talking point amongst the guests.
You have the option of two unique venues here – either used individually or together if you would like separate ceremony and reception locations.
The Chainstore, lighthouse and riverside terrace offer a historic warehouse and external open plan spaces with unrivalled views of the river Thames, O2 Arena and Docklands skyline.
The Electrician’s Shop is an industrial space with exposed brick and steel pillars- perfect for a ceremony or smaller reception venue.
Trinity Buoy Wharf has a private pier which gives you and your guests the option to arrive by boat or include a boat trip in your day.
The Drawing Studio is located within a beautiful Georgian building in Docklands, East London.
Vaulted ceilings, wooden beams and an exposed brick wall create the perfect setting for a wedding ceremony or reception dinner.
Primarily used as a drawing studio it can be used for wedding ceremonies or dinner in conjunction with The Electrician’s Shop or Chainstore venues.
- Licensed until 2am
- No corkage fee
- No preferred caterers
- Lighting Rig and toilets included
- Planning services available
Find out about other people's experiences
- Nicole and Daniel- September 2016
- Vanina and Vanay- September 2016
- Katie and James 2016
- Libby and Matt 2016
- Nellie and Andrew 2016
- Jules and Tom - April 2016
- Daniel and Stewart- August 2015
- Roxanne & Greg- August 2015
- Michaela & Luke- July 2015
- Becky and Will- July 2015
- Alice and Chris- 2014
- Katie & Steve - June 2013
- Kirsten and Matt - September 2012
- Erica & Matthew – October 2012
- Patrick and Claire - July 2011
The historic Chainstore venue is a beautiful Grade II listed brick building with triple height ceilings and plenty of Character. Built in 1854 and connected to London’s only Lighthouse, The Chainstore offers 420 m2 of space with an optional 1,528 m2 of riverside terrace to take advantage of the… More