8 Amazing Spaces To Get Married In
Many couples who are about to tie the knot want to get married somewhere amazing. Not only does it give the whole ceremony more weight, more prestige, it makes it more memorable for both the couple and the guests.
Whether you choose the place where you met, or somewhere you’ve always wanted to go, the space you get married in should be beautiful. However if you don’t have the budget to go abroad, you could go for a location in the UK and hire a Wedding Marquee in Essex. But also don’t miss our charming locations list:
Polhawn Fort, Cornwall
Get married in a genuine Napoleonic Fort. It has a drawbridge, spiral staircases. Vaulted ceilings and a sea view. Perfect for an intimate winter wedding with a log fire, or a summer one in the garden with a trip to the beach.
Formally Holy Trinity Church, this is a Grade I listed building, and one of only three London churches by Sir John Soane. A stunning mix of modern flair and traditional grandeur, it is a place guaranteed to be remembered.
Mussenden Temple, Northern Ireland
A temple perched on the cliff edge, this building is a neo-classical rotunda, perfect for a rustic wedding. Offering dramatic views across the Atlantic Ocean and the wild coastal headland, there is also the18th century ruins of a mansion.
Haiku Mill, Hawaii
An ancient sugar plantation, Haiku Mill is elegant, ornate and magical. If you’re fancying a wedding in paradise, but you’re not into a beach theme, then this could be the perfect destination for you.
Sodo Park, Washington
Chic, yet industrial, Sodo Park in Seattle is a warehouse style venue that combines the elegance of modern architecture and the rustic feel of the historical. With exposed beams and reclaimed lighting fixtures, Sodo Park is a repurposed, century-old factory mill.
Beaulieu Garden, California
In complete contrast, Beaulieu Gardens is lush and green and beautiful – and sunny all year round.With a banquet hall and a garden to choose from, and incredible panoramic views of mountains and vineyards, this venue is ideal for old world elegance.
West Brewery, Glasgow
For the beer lovers, there’s West Brewery in Glasgow. Housed in Templeton Building, which was modelled on the Doge’s Palace in Venice. You can get married in the Hop Room, hold your reception in the bar area and have your guests go on a brewery tour.
Table Mountain, South Africa
Ride a cable car up to the top of the mountain and exchange your vows with Cape Town and the ocean below. With six different venues to choose from, all with incredible views, and the time of year dictating stunning views or a magical mistiness, Table Mountain is an incredible lace to start your marriage.
Giant Ferris Wheel, Vienna
A 65 metre high Ferris wheel in Vienna’s Prater amusement park, it was built in 1897 to mark the Golden Jubilee of Emperor Franz Josef I. it has 15 cabins, each decorated in a different historical style, from roman to mid-20th century. The Art Nouveau cabin accommodates 12 is the one in which you’d be wed.