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Wedding couple on the terrace of the Royal Pavilion 

Image courtey of Jacqui McSweeney

Royal Pavilion Wedding Showcase 

Sunday 10 March
Royal Pavilion,
Red Drawing Room & William IV Room

Free (see link below for voucher)

A chance for anyone planning their wedding and looking for a unique venue in the heart of Brighton to come and visit this stunning palace. Come and see the historic Red Drawing Room with its red dragon wallpaper and palm tree pillars, where civil ceremonies take place and the King William IV Room, decorated in Chinese style, which can be hired for receptions.

Visitors will be welcomed by the Royal Pavilion Functions Team who will be on hand to answer any questions whilst Harpist Andrew Ballantyne will play in the Red Drawing Room.

The Royal Pavilion is also delighted to be in partnership with the prestigious events caterer Peyton Events. With over 20 years in creating bespoke events, weddings and conferences, their experienced team will bring a superior level of creativity and innovative food and design complemented by impeccable service. From a background of private and corporate events, Michelin starred restaurants and five star hotels, their chefs specialise in different cuisines, and can offer a wide range of menus to suit your wedding or celebration.

Peyton Events will be in attendance showcasing their menus with free samples alongside a selection of fabulous table designs.

For free entry to the Showcase please download and print this voucher and bring with you on the day
Free Entry voucher to the Royal Pavilion Wedding Showcase [PDF 5.33MB]

For more information contact:

Royal Pavilion Functions Team
Tel: 03000 290905
Email: pavilionweddings@brighton-hove.gov.uk

Peyton Events
Tom Crocker tom@peytonevents.co.uk

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Weddings at the Royal Pavilion

Weddings at the Royal Pavilion

The Royal Pavilion is a unique venue for civil wedding ceremonies and receptions.

Royal Pavilion

Royal Pavilion

Brighton Royal Pavilion. Welcome to an extraordinary seaside pleasure palace. Built for George, Prince Regent, at the turn of the 19th century, the Royal Pavilion is remarkable for its exotic oriental appearance both inside and out.


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