You’ve got your eye on a beautiful wedding jumpsuit in the UK and you’ve even thought of a colour scheme, but where will you get married? Weddings come with many important decisions, and the venue is right there at the top alongside the dress and others. Here are some of the best places to get married in the UK in the coming years!
Carlowrie Castle (West Lothian)
While this will include some travelling for those in the south, it’s hard to deny the beauty of Carlowrie Castle. For those who want a castle wedding, this is like one from the movies. With stunning architecture on the outside and a beautifully decorated inside, you’ll never want to leave. What’s more, it’s located just 20 minutes from Edinburgh.
The castle itself sits in 32 acres of land and will leave all your stresses many miles away – one of the most secluded locations on this list, the lawns are always perfectly manicured, and you’ll enjoy your own bubble on the best day of your life.
Spanish City (Tyne and Wear)
While some people want to get married in a castle, others want to be close to the water. Fortunately, even the most central locations in the UK are still less than 75 miles from the coast. Therefore, you have plenty of options. After you see the pictures for Spanish City, on the Northumberland coast, you’ll see why people are travelling from all over the country to enjoy the location.
Spanish City offers glamour, class, sophistication, and a whole lot more. It manages to blend traditional and modern architecture for the ideal occasion. What’s more, you’ll also enjoy the coastal views (which make for elegant and memorable photograph opportunities).
Hampton Court Palace (Surrey)
Next, we find the home to all six of Henry VIII’s wives, Hampton Court Palace. Don’t worry, this doesn’t place a curse on your own marriage. Perfect for those interested in history, the palace has been used by many members of the royal family and is maintained by the Historic Royal Palaces scheme.
Lavish, extravagant, beautiful, stunning – just some of the words your guests will use to describe the wedding day in the years afterwards. Depending on your wedding size, you’ll choose from the many styled rooms; this includes a small banqueting house and a great hall. If you want a summer wedding, why not have the ceremony outside with the fantastic palace as the ideal backdrop?
Port Lympne (Kent)
For those aware of the nature of Port Lympne’s existence, you may be confused by this suggestion. Yet, you can get married in front of the animals. That’s right, Port Lympne is a nature reserve, and it even has a beautiful hotel for guests. Not only does Port Lympne have gorgeous terraces that overlook the countryside, but the team itself also goes above and beyond to make sure that the special day goes as well as planned.
With advanced customer service, you won’t have to lift a finger and can enjoy your wedding day without worrying that something will go wrong. Of course, you’ll also have various four-legged animals wishing you the best. As well as the extensive grounds, Port Lympne hosts a Grade II listed mansion.
If none of these suggestions caught your eye, you might want to consider the following:
- Dodmoor House (Northamptonshire)
- Clearwell Castle (Gloucestershire)
- RSA House (London)
- The Ned (London)
- Euridge House and Orangery (Chippenham)
- Manor Hill House (West Midlands)
- Holkham Hall (Norfolk)
- The Ravenswood (West Sussex)