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Indian Wedding Venues in Surrey

Prepare to create unforgettable memories at Gorse Hill, where the magic of your wedding unfolds against a backdrop of elegance and charm.

Our venue provides a picturesque setting for your sacred ceremonies and joyful festivities, complemented by luxurious amenities and great hospitality.

For personalised assistance and to explore one of the finest Indian wedding venues in Surrey, reach out to our team at 

Beautiful outdoor ceremony at Gorse Hill one of the best Indian wedding venues in Surrey
Indian canapes at Gorse Hill one of the best Indian wedding venues in Surrey
Wedding breakfast set up at Gorse Hill one of the best Indian wedding venues in Surrey

Experience Unmatched Elegance for Your Indian Wedding in Surrey

Celebrate your union at Gorse Hill, where timeless elegance meets modern luxury.

Explore our flexible wedding packages, including options for dry hire and exclusive use, tailored to match your vision.

Our dedicated team is here to listen to your requirements, provide supplier inspiration and answer any questions you may have. 

Schedule a show round today and experience the enchantment of our popular Indian wedding venue in Surrey first-hand.

Indian Wedding Venues Near London

We're easy to get to from central London

Experience the perfect location for your Indian wedding at our venue which is just an hour's drive from central London. Gorse Hill is conveniently close to Woking centre and you can usually enjoy an easy commute of under 30 minutes to London Waterloo by train from Woking station.

Wedding breakfast decor at Gorse Hill one of the best Indian wedding venues in Surrey

5 Reasons To Choose Gorse Hill As Your Indian Wedding Venue

  1. Versatile Spaces: Gorse Hill boasts a selection of enchanting indoor and outdoor spaces. Whether you envision an intimate gathering or a lavish celebration, our versatile spaces provide the perfect backdrop for every moment of your special day.
  2. Superb Onsite Accommodation: You and your guests can enjoy a luxurious stay in our elegant 4-star hotel rooms. We have 67 onsite bedrooms which may be booked in conjunction with your wedding, subject to our availability. 
  3. Expert Guidance: Our dedicated wedding team brings extensive experience and understanding of Indian wedding customs. We are committed to providing personalised guidance and support at every step of your planning journey, from supplier inspiration to answering questions.
  4. Convinient Location: Gorse Hill is in a great location near Woking town centre and a variety of local attractions. We're also a short and easy commute from central London, ensuing great accessibility for you and your guests.
  5. Flexible Wedding Options: We offer a range of flexible options for your wedding day. Whether you prefer our wedding packages, dry hire or for those seeking exclusivity our venue may be able to offer exclusive use. Whatever your preference, our dedicated team is here to assist. 

What Guests Can Anticipate at a Hindu Wedding

Were you aware that traditionally married women whisper well-wishes into the bride's right ear?

Are you attending your first Hindu wedding? Whether the ceremony adheres to contemporary practices or closely follows traditional customs, below are some Hindu wedding rituals you can expect.

Wedding rings sat on a date in the calendar

Ganesh Puja

A pandit plays a pivotal role in conducting astrological calculations to pinpoint the most propitious date and time for the wedding ceremony. 

Bride and groom holding hands at their Indian wedding

Pre-Wedding Events

In traditional Indian weddings the main ceremony and reception usually take place on the third day, preceded by two days of pre-wedding celebrations. 

Bride wearing red, a popular Indian wedding tradition


In India, red holds deep cultural significance as a symbol of luck and love. The bride and groom usually wear red on their wedding day and red is also used for decorations. Sometimes even a little red dye is put in the brides hair.

Groom arrival also known as baraat, a popular Indian wedding tradition


The groom's arrival is a joyous spectacle at an Indian wedding. Whether in a luxurious car or on a decorated horse, he makes a stylish entrance surrounded by excited wedding guests.

The kanya agaman a popular Indian wedding tradition

Kanya Aagaman

The bride prepares for her pivotal moment, known as the kanya aagaman. When the time arrives she is escorted down the aisle by her uncle or eldest male relative. 

Bride putting garland on husband also known as jai mala a popular Indian wedding tradition

Jai Mala

Depending on cultural traditions the jai mala ceremony unfolds, symbolised by the exchange of flower garlands between the bride and groom. Additionally, the groom presents the bride with a mangal sutra necklace, a special gift from him to her. 

Bride taking a step also known as the sacred saptapadi, a popular Indian wedding tradition


During the saptapadi ceremony, the bride and groom take seven sacred steps together, symbolising their first steps as newlyweds embarking on a lifelong journey together.

Throwing petals, a popular Indian wedding tradition

Rose Petals

As the ceremonies draw to a close and the couple is officially married, they walk down the aisle, frequently greeted by a shower of rose petals. Instead of a kiss, they show respect for elder family members by refraining from public displays of affection.

Wedding party decor for a Indian wedding

Wedding Party

The wedding party is a lively celebration filled with vibrant entertainment, lots of dancing, and delectable food. Guests revel in the joyous atmosphere typically enjoying performances, music, and a variety of delicious dishes.

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