Liverpool – Sefton Park
This venue provides an incredible wedding space bound to leave your guests astounded and to create an unforgettable experience like no other wedding you’ve been to before.
Based in central Liverpool, in the heart of the 235-acre Sefton Park is The Palm House. A beautiful, three tiered, dome conservatory with a rich history. Liverpool millionaire, Henry Yates Thompson, built the conservatory as a gift to the city in 1896. The building then went into decline after the WWII Liverpool Blitz to then be restored after a huge public fundraising campaign in the 90’s.
The venue is now open for free to the public throughout the year and houses over 20 different varieties of Palms, 32 Orchid Plants and one of the oldest horticultural collections in Britain. This space can offer the framework for one of the most unique, immersive and magical wedding days imaginable.
2. The Deep
Yorkshire – Kingston Upon Hull
The Deep is the perfect quirky wedding venue for any marine loving couples to tie the knot.
One of the UK’s most impressive public aquariums, The Deep holds over 3,500 fish and stunning marine life inside of an impressively striking post-modern, half building, half sculpture that rises dramatically over a spit of land where the river Hull joins the Humber Estuary width.
In addition to the location and immersive aesthetic, The Deep is an international player in marine conservation, working on pioneering research schemes across the globe to protect our oceans.
The Deep is an ideal venue to create a bespoke marine inspired wedding, with a unique theme from the outset as well as an expanse of space and countless possibilities to create the perfect day for you and your guests.
East Sussex – Lewes
If you’re a London based workaholic after a quirky yet nature-led wedding that escapes the norms of the hustle and bustle but isn’t too far away the big smoke then The Party Field in Lewes is the venue for you.
Based in Lewes, just outside of Brighton, this location is well connected to London, and the surrounding area, making it an effortless trip for your guests.
Not only is the venue in a stunning location, the expanse of green fields are any wedding planners paradise, giving you a blank canvas to create your perfect wedding experience with a variety of options. From an English Garden Party to a Festival theme – the options with this site are endless. Whatever you decide to do with the space there will always be one signature, unique jewel in the crown that makes this space different from any others – that being of course the extraordinary view of the South Downs on the horizon.
It’s location gives you a fantastic variety of registry offices to choose from the most local Lewes Registry Office set inside a 16th century, grade II listed manor house all the way to the stunning Brighton Pier for those who are after something a little different.