Alternative Wedding Venues
Not everyone dreams of the traditional church wedding; some want a more unusual day to remember. Here are some alternative venue ideas fit to inspire any bride to be!
Castle - Why not live your ultimate, childhood fantasy and become a Princess for the day in your very own castle! Imagine having your first dance in a regal ballroom, dining at a table fit for kings and having your every need tended to. Check out Thornbury Castle, Bristol, for more ideas.
Forest - Woodland weddings are growing in popularity and could be the perfect alternative for an outdoor loving couple. Picture this; rustic décor, fairy light covered trees and perhaps teepees for the adventurous! The Keeper And The Dell in Norfolk is a great example of a venue that has embraced this growing trend, even offering camping and fire pits to their clients.
Barn - Get your wellies out and walk down the isle in a beautiful, country barn. If you want a venue with lots of character this is definitely an option to consider. The House Meadow in Kent offers a cosy, rustic setting fit to charm even the biggest city dweller and ample, rural grounds for your guests to explore.
Boat - If you’re looking for a truly unique venue, hosting your big day on a river could be exactly what you’re looking for. The Penny Lane Boat based in Bath offers couples the chance to float into married life down the most idyllic spots of the River Avon, stopping for photo opportunities along the way.
Roof Garden - Why not quite literally be on top of the world on your big day with a roof garden wedding. Stunning views of the city skyline away from all the hustle and bustle would be sure to make your experience that even more special. Unique venues such as this are limited, but The Roof Gardens in London are a great place to start.