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Unique Wedding Venues

For most people their wedding day is the most special and precious day of their life. It is something they will fondly look back on forever. Couples go to great lengths in order to ensure that their wedding day is one of the most memorable occasions, not only for them, but for everyone in attendance.

One of the ways they do this is by picking a unique and original wedding venue. The venue sets the entire tone and mood for the day, and by picking something individual and unexpected, people there will know they are in for an exciting day. This article will delve into some of the most unusual wedding venues in the UK, in order to give you some ideas and inspiration.

Of course, it is also worth mentioning that during these difficult times businesses are looking for different ways to diversify and make more income. If anything, 2020 has taught us that you really need to be prepared for the unexpected.

A lot of companies are going to look for different ways to reinvent themselves throughout 2021 in light of what has happened. After all, the key to making sure 2021 is a success is by focusing on the future instead of getting stuck in the past. Therefore, if you have premises at the moment that would lend itself well to weddings, this is something you may want to consider thinking about.

It goes without saying that there are going to be a lot of people getting married in 2021 and 2022. This is because of the abundance of weddings that have been cancelled as a result of COVID-19. With that in mind, this is something that is certainly worth looking into.

Equally, do not rush it. The last thing you want to do is pour all of your money into something if it is not financially viable for you. So, take your time and assess your options to determine whether or not this is a possibility.

If you want to be a real-life princess then why not get married in a castle? Pendennis Castle in Cornwall is one of the most stunning, exciting and enchanting places to have your wedding reception. The castle is set on Cornwall’s gorgeous and striking coastline.

It is a traditional Tudor castle and is steeped deep in a wealth of history and culture. Beautiful scenery, British tradition and your very own fairytale wedding; what’s not to love? Remember, Pendennis Castle is just one of many castles in the UK in which you can get married, so if you would prefer a different location or period in history then I am sure there will be something for you.

If you and your husband to be are animal lovers then why not get married at the zoo? There are a lot of zoos in the UK which offer this service but the most iconic one has to be London Zoo.

At London Zoo they have two suites; The Mappin Pavilion and The Prince Albert Suite. The former is for those who truly love animals and want to incorporate them in their big day as the suite overlooks the zoo’s wildlife. However, The Prince Albert Suite is a lot bigger and boasts stunning decor and adornments.

One of the slightly more popular unusual wedding venues is to have your reception at the beach. A beach provides one of the most peaceful, tranquil and idyllic places to get married. With breathtaking views and a secluded ceremony, it provides the perfect venue for those who want an intimate occasion.

If you are looking for a nod in the right direction, then the Tunnel Beaches on North Devon’s coast are an attractive option. There are some really luxurious and impressive hotels nearby, with plush linens, expensive hotel duvets, and everything you need to spoil your guests.

These are just a handful of some of the most unusual wedding venues based in the UK. They may not suit you and your partner’s tastes but hopefully, they will have provided you with some inspiration and ideas for your big day. After all, you want to make it an occasion to remember, so whether you go for something completely out of the box or something traditional, as long as it reflects your wants then it will be truly spectacular.


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