Finding Your Perfect Wedding Venue
Weddings are full of planning and getting the right venue is vital to creating the perfect occasion. Where you choose to get married can often be the spark that gets the whole process going, setting the tone for the rest of the event.
On the big day, it’s reassuring to know that there are plenty of special wedding venues around, many of which you might not have thought of.
So, if something a bit more unique and unconventional sounds interesting, then this list should provide some ideas of just what’s out there for those looking to tie the knot!
Silver stone is one of many prestigious sporting venues to get married, boasting a rich history in Motorsports events. No strangers to being great hosts, their Silver stone Wing is the ideal setting for a day you won’t forget. Catering for your individual needs, Northamptonshire’s finest sporting venue puts you in the driving seat when it comes to your plans and makes a stunningly different wedding venue.
Edinburgh Zoo and gardens offer a novel way to celebrate your big day. A classy venue, there are several rooms in the traditional Mansion House, a focal point that was built over 200 years ago.
The grounds are also an idyllic place for a memorable catalogue of wedding photographs. Again, there are several packages with different budgets and guest capacities in mind!
One of the coolest places to drink in London can just as well be a great place to get hitched! With a bar constructed completely out of ice, the venue hold 270 people and has three additional warm areas that can be used in combination. Extra services also include a greeting from husky dogs!
This ancient water mill is based in the heart of the Suffolk countryside and is a very different proposition to your conventional church wedding. With an iron water wheel and the old millpond outside, you can expect complete originality from this venue. Inside it’s a minimalist canvas for the happy couple to express themselves and add their own stamp to proceedings.
Fancy getting married in a place with historic appeal? Based in the aptly named city of Bath, the Roman Baths are nearly 2,000 years old and are a romantic proposition for any couple. You can marry beside the Great Bath, with dinner or reception taking place in one of two venues within the building afterwards. You can also have a morning or evening service here to suit your preferences.