De La Warr Pavilion is a Grade I listed 1930s Modernist building by the sea in Bexhill
DE LA WARR PAVILION
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The Pavilion is a Grade I listed 1930s Modernist building by the sea in Bexhill, East Sussex. With sparkling white walls, floor-to-ceiling windows, a glamorous spiral staircase, balconies and a rooftop reception area overlooking the sea, this fresh, airy venue offers spaces inside and out, for a stylish, modern wedding. Standing just above the promenade of Bexhill’s beach, the Pavilion looks directly on to a vast, quiet sea, with Beachy Head and the famous Sovereign Lighthouse in the distance.
Ceremonies take place in the De La Warr Pavilion’s vintage auditorium with room for 200 loved ones, where the production design team can bring your ideas to life. Its unusual dimpled ceiling and walnut veneer interior make it stand out with character and can be romantically lit as you say “I do.”
Reception drinks are served at the top of the venue’s famous spiral staircase, where your 100 guests can enjoy a glass of fizz and take in the vast skies and sea views from the roof-top terrace. It’s also the ideal spot to capture some stunning wedding shots.
At sunset the Pavilion is entirely yours, to enjoy a wedding breakfast with up to 100 of your nearest and dearest on the first floor. The head chef will create a feast of fresh and bold flavours using the finest local ingredients, including freshly-caught fish from neighbouring fishing town, Hastings.
As night falls, the celebrations continue on the first floor with its long bar, balcony and dancefloor with ample space for a DJ or band. Up to 200 evening guests are welcome to join the revelries, so you have the opportunity to extend your guest list if you wish. The building’s stunning architecture is illuminated by night and comes to life, giving you a spectacularly stylish setting to turn the music up and let your hair down.