How convenient would it be to have your ceremony and reception at the same venue? No need for separate bookings or organising transport for your guests. Why should you have to give up your dream of a church wedding just to make everything a bit easier? Well, luckily enough, we’ve rounded up some of the beautiful UK wedding venues that have churches and chapels onsite!
We look at celebrity weddings all day long for inspiration but imagine if you could tie the knot in the same venue as they did! We’ve rounded up the most beautiful celeb wedding venues to swoon over.
A classy London wedding on the Queen’s doorstep is something lots of couples dream about, and what better area to get married than in the luxury of Park Lane. Running from Hyde Park Corner to the iconic Marble Arch, venues along this strip often have beautiful views across Hyde Park – perfect to pop over for some outstanding wedding photography.
Ditch the pastels and go for rich reds, candles and cosy fireplaces…
We love a winter wedding; the aroma of mulled wine, the warmth from the open roaring fires, the rich red rose centrepieces and candlelit ceremonies! We’ve been chatting to the team at Exclusive Hotels & Venues who have the most exquisite settings for your winter wedding.
To say you shared your wedding venue with an important member of history is pretty special and can add some more magic to your wedding day! We uncover the history behind three historical venues in the UK – Seaham Hall, Blenheim Palace and Hever Castle.
Getting married in a Stately Home would provide the perfect mixture of history, culture and photographic opportunities for your wedding. Here are six Stately Homes you might consider for your perfect day:
Set in a beautiful location just outside of Oxford, with 3000 acres of surrounding parkland is Eynsham Hall. With over 300 years of history, Eynsham Hall stands as one of Oxfordshire’s finest country houses – a perfect venue for your wedding. Eynsham Hall offers three rooms for you to use on your wedding day, The Green Room, The Library and The Red Room – depending on your party size and needs. Fantastic photo opportunities given the beautiful landscaped gardens and stunning scenery.
Do you love wildlife and the great outdoors?
For those of you who dream of getting married alongside nature, there are now some fantastic locations available like RSPB Leighton Moss Reserve.
It is now possible for couples to tie the knot at the most spectacular bird-rich reedbed in north-west England, a beautiful haven of wildlife in Lancashire that is home to numerous species of rare and special birds such as breeding bitterns, bearded tits and marsh harriers and a zillion butterflies and herds of red deer. Read More
Are you looking for somewhere really unusual to get married? Well how about the world famous Spitbank Fort, in the middle of the Solent, offering a luxury private island and very exclusive use! Not only does Spitbank Fort have 8 luxurious bedroom suites, private transfers, but you have use of the lighthouse, providing a stunning setting for your wedding photos.
In a lot of town’s around the country we have some beautiful Town Hall’s that are all licensed to hold Civil Ceremonies and Civil Partnerships. Town Council’s are now aware that their Town Halls can be used for a multitude of events, and are keen to promote themselves to brides and grooms.
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