Unusual and Unique Wedding Venues

A wedding venue is a very personal thing – and an unusual and unique wedding venue in a special location can really help you plan the wedding of your dreams. Many couples also want a wedding that reflects the nature of their relationship and an unusual and unique venue often stops their wedding being ‘bulk standard’ and creates an unforgettable experience for all the guests. Many rather surprising venues are now licensed to hold wedding ceremonies – in fact, there’s almost nowhere that you can think of that you can’t find an example of to get married in.

So what do we mean by unusual and unique? Well, a couple of antique lovers might get married in an auction house, whilst history buffs might choose a steam railway or a reenactment centre. Then there’s windmills and treehouses, zoos and caves, all kinds of truly exceptional wedding locations that will both astonish and delight the whole wedding party.

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    • The Brent Civic Centre-Wedding Venue

    Middlesex: The Brent Civic Centre

    The Brent Registration and Nationality Service is proud to be able to offer ceremonies seven days a week in our spacious ceremony room. We also… read more »
    • Docklands-Sailing-and-Watersports-Centre

    London: Docklands Sailing Watersports Centre

    Docklands Sailing & Watersports Centre is set beside 25 acres of water, the building is glass fronted, it has a balcony that runs the entire… read more »
    • Temple Island

    Oxfordshire: Temple Island

    Temple Island is situated a mile and a half downstream of the picturesque market town of Henley, on one of the most beautiful reaches of… read more »
    • Mount-Stuart

    Argyll and Bute: Mount Stuart

    Mount Stuart House is a Neo Gothic 19th Century Mansion that opened as the leading public attraction on the Isle of Bute in 1995. Over… read more »
    • The Hangar at Kesgrave Hall Wedding Venue

    Suffolk: The Hangar at Kesgrave Hall

    The Hangar at Kesgrave Hall has been transformed with silk lining, carpet, state of the art lighting with the whole ceiling covered with the most… read more »
    • Fernie-Castle-Exterior

    Fife: Fernie Castle Hotel

    The ancient Castle of Fernie was first recorded in 1353 when it belonged to the Earl of Fife-Duncan the 13th. The Fernie family held the… read more »
    • Applewood Hall Oak Rooms

    Norfolk: Applewood Hall

    Once the grounds of the Grove Farm orchard, Applewood Hall served as the store during the harvest season. Now, an elegantly decorated hall in neutral… read more »
    • The-Honourable-Society-of-the-Inner-Temple-main-hall

    London: Honourable Society of Inner Temple

    The Honourable Society of the Inner Temple is based in the heart of London’s legal quarter, the riverside venue has been an iconic city site… read more »