Hi brides:-)which venue did you choose? Church hotel etc? Thanks;-) xx
We chose a lovely country hotel x
Church is definitely my dream 😍
We are looking at something a bit different. Woodland, treehouse, outside, something close to nature. X
we had a lovely registry office :)
Originally i wanted to do an estate with a big old house, beautiful gardens etc but it was far too expensive, we ended up finding a lovely hotel on the coast with gorgeous gardens and a package deal with food and everything included for the same price we would have paid just to rent the house for the day on the estate!
We had a church x
Abroad on the beach xxx
Farm with registered shed
I'm getting married at a golf club where my partner plays golf xx
we choose church has was cheaper than hotels etc plus we could decorate it how we wanted and we didnt have to have any hymns etc either has they asked how we wanted the ceremony to go. we then had our reception at a local village hall which my mum decorated how we wanted and could have what food we liked etc i didnt like the idea of hotels etc as most of the time you have to stick to their way and food etc plus we saved loads money wise x
We thought about a Church, but I'm not religious and the type of wedding we wanted meant I would of been uncomfortable. (We're not having a Gothic Wedding but most of my Dress is Black.) We found out a local park that has an old listed building (Originally a huge house) but now mostly turned into a Museum and they hire out a huge room for Weddings. It is perfect for us. We went for early October because of all the Trees in the grounds will be in Autumn colour and it was an extra bonus we could take advantage of.
Church and tipis
The fact that I'm an atheist and he's not religious meant we didn't consider a church wedding...so we found a nice country hotel for our civil service :) i think the church thing depends how you feel about it religion-wise...if you don't ever go to church and don't believe in god etc then why have a church wedding? If you were religious and having a church wedding was important to you then you wouldn't need to ask this question. Also having it all under one roof (IE in a hotel) is so much less hassle!
Private health club with a hall for weddings x
A pub which is an old barn.
We renewed our vows after 20 yrs marriage at the church used to marry Doc Martin in Cornwall. It was also a family baptism for myself, my sixteen yr old Son and my three yr old Daughter. My late Mum walked me down the aisle with Dad and was also blessed after the baptism...we had bells, the organ...it was a beautiful day followed by the reception and party for my Son's 16th birthday at the local golf club...perfect 🤗
Originally I wanted a barn but it cost £6K just to hire without anything else. In the end we opted for a country inn - quite out of the way but the platinum package was £2995 - room for the night, 3 course dinner for 50, dj, evening buffet and other stuff!
I got married in the church I was christened in and my daughter was christened the same day x
Hotel, everything in one place so much easier!
Brewery, in an old building, in the middle of a park, in the middle of a city ️️ for us, it's perfect!! X
marquee in devon. if weather ok we might do it outside. x
Hotel as we are not religious in the slightest and we would find it very hypocritical to get married in a church because of what we believe
Looked at barns but way too expensive .... So chose our local village church as David wishes to walk from home to the church .... Followed by village hall ....makes it cheaper & keep costs down ...although did have to search hard as one quoted £45 an hour to hire !! Instead got one for the whole weekend way cheaper !!
We chose a nice country estate. I didn't want a hotel as I wanted it private. Our venue had 300 acres so no chance of any randomers seeing our wedding lol.
Thanks ladies ;-) xxx
All at an old manor house which is now a hotel, meant we could stay the night before and get ready there and no need for cars etc.
Hotel, works out cheaper as no travelling. Everyone can stay and all have breakfast together in the morning.
Gothic castle x
We've got a gorgeous old listed hotel on the outskirts of London. X
Chester zoo in 22 days aka 3 weeks tomorrow x
old converted barn ... it's amazing xx
Not religious but want nice photos so have chosen an old hunting lodge for ceremony and since we're not fancy people and want a decent feed with cheap drink, a local restaurant/pub for the meal and reception
We are getting married at wookey hole caves. In a cave! X
Hi we are getting in an Old court house that has been fully refurbished we felt comfortable as soon as we entered there good luck to everyone :)
Neither. We chose a place called the royal assembly rooms, which is literally just a venue for events.
We're having it in a church, I do go every week but it's not actually important to me to have the wedding there. My h2b is Atheist and we both felt that the ceremony reflected what we want from marriage much more than the civil ceremony. I also wanted someone I knew well, like my vicar, to perform the ceremony, rather than a bureaucrat I'd never met before, and I wanted a short journey between ceremony and reception to let it sink in and have a few minutes just to ourselves
Wildlife Park 🐍🐅🦉🐪 - so excited!!!!
We chose Mussenden temple
We had ours in a barn. It was just perfect! This is the barn on our wedding day
I'm getting married at Coniston Hotel & Spa, it's very pretty x
Getting wed in Mauritius 🇲🇺 on the beach then a blessing and reception at Trunkwell Manor
I'm getting married July next year in a church and having reception at hotel