Surrey is a popular place for weddings, whether you live in Surrey or not. This is partly due to the fabulous venues including beautiful hotels and stately homes.
With a colourful past that pre-dates the Domesday Book, Addington Palace is an historic and beautiful Jewish Wedding Venue set in 163-acres of landscaped grounds in Surrey. Addington Palace has two truly unique venues, the Palace itself and the Royal Marquee. Both offer a fantastic setting for your Jewish Wedding and exclusive use of the grounds for photographs.
There are the following active communities in Surrey: Guildford; Kingston, Surbiton and District (United Synagogue); Surbiton and Kingston (independent); Richmond (United Synagogue); Staines (United Synagogue); Sutton and District (United Synagogue); and Weybridge, North West Surrey Synagogue (Movement for Reform Judaism).
Of course you do not have to get married in a synagogue as there are fabulous venues in Surrey where you can have a Chuppah and create a memorable Jewish Wedding.
If you are getting married in Surrey or considering a Jewish Wedding in Surrey, please do remember that many of the specialist Jewish suppliers such as bands, toastmasters as well as rabbi’s will travel to attend your simcha, especially as there are multiple suppliers based in London – so commuting for your simcha will not be a problem at all.
There are a variety of venues in Surrey including a wide range of beautiful historic hotels that can host a Chuppah, a reception or a marquee.
It is useful to note that there is a Mikvah based nearby in Wimbledon at the South London Chabad http://www.chabadwimbledon.com
Useful Surrey Resources:
There is a page on the Surrey County Council website about Getting Married in Surrey that may be useful.