Unusual, Unique and Quirky Wedding Venues

Your wedding day is supposed to be one of the most exiting of your life. So why stick to the tried and tested venues that other people have used so many times before? One way to ensure a memorable event for everyone is to choose a quirky venue that gives your wedding a sense of individuality. Read on to discover the most unusual venues for your wedding.


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Sporty Venues

For soccer fans check out Newcastle United FC as a potential wedding venue. This club offers all types of weddings from small and intimate to grand in spacious surroundings. The chefs can create a unique menu perfect for all guests’ palates. Another sporting venue is Lord’s Cricket Ground, which is licenced for civil marriages and partnerships. The Long Room and the Thomas Lord Suite offer wonderful spaces for up to 300 guests.

Sea-Faring Venues

For water lovers why not try a ship-board wedding? You could sail around the coastal waters of the Solent and enjoy a nautical atmosphere on the Princess Caroline. This stunning boat has two decks providing wonderful views, with space for 125 guests. Other sea-based venues include No Man’s Fort or Spit Bank Fort, both providing wedding venues off the coast of Portsmouth. You can enjoy games rooms, spas and bars with guests suites and stunning views across the water.

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Deserts and Farms

Many people choose a quirky venue for the memories and special appeal the venue holds, from mountain weddings to library weddings. Whether you are looking for wedding venues in Essex or surrounding counties, there are many quirky and exciting wedding venues that will give you a day to remember. You can browse the internet for more ideas and to find your perfect venue from a countryside coaching inn such as http://www.whitehartweddingvenue.co.uk/, to a wedding the Namib desert or even at an alapaca farm!

Windmills and Wineries

Another option is the Cley Windmill which dates from the 18th century and provides a beautiful place for your wedding. Lying on the north Norfolk coast, this windmill can hold the service and also provide accommodation. For an alternative venue with just as much character consider Denbie’s Wine Estate, which offers the perfect space for wine lovers. Set in 265 acres, this is England’s largest vineyard. There are also courtyards, cellars, and ceremony suites, all with beauty and atmosphere.