Weird & Wonderful Wedding Venues

When choosing a wedding venue you want it to really stand out from the crowd.
A wedding has a lot of expectations to live up to, so finding the right venue is crucial. Couples are increasingly abandoning the castles, stately homes and golf courses and are opting for more memorable and extravagant settings which will amaze and delight the guests.
Depending on the space you have to work with, you can do some pretty amazing and unique things.
The venue should reflect you and your future husband’s personalities, whether that’s bright and energetic or reserved and classic. Wherever you choose you don’t want to look back and think “was my venue actually right for me?”
Battersea Power Station
This grade 2 listed building is a historical London landmark. It’s the ideal place if you are looking for somewhere edgy. Boasting an endless amount of space, you can make outlandish and extravagant visions a reality.It may not seem like the romantic spot you’ve been envisioning, but do not be fooled by its harsh exterior, you can create something extremely wonderful inside that all guests will be blown away by.

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The Boiler House is an impeccable location if you’re looking for something unique. The large marquee is based within the heart of the iconic power station. The clear roof offers majestic views of the venue and looks amazing after dark.

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The Sea Life London Aquarium
The Sea Life London Aquarium features a glass ocean tunnel and a dramatic shipwreck. Celebrate your wedding beneath a realm of exotic sea life. The aquarium offers a spectacular venue like no other, located next to the London Eye.
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Admire graceful green turtles whilst sipping on a fine cocktail or enjoying a delicious meal. It holds up to 180 guests for dinner and up to 1,000 guests for parties.
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St Pancras Renaissance
Its Gothic Revival style is still considered the finest example of this type of architecture in Britain today. After years of devoted restoration, the St Pancras Renaissance London Hotel is being named as London’s most romantic building.
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The roof garden offers the ideal back drop for those stunning wedding photos. Take exclusive use of this venue and your party can have full use of the entire building. More details can be found at

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Walking Weddings
Exchange your vows overlooking iridescent green foliage and vibrant plants. Outdoor weddings are becoming more popular than ever, the beautiful diverse scenery creates a lovely spot where couples can commit to one another.

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Walking to your ceremony
Choose the route and walk to or from your ceremony with or without your wedding party. When you arrive at your stunning chosen spot you can exchange vows against a beautiful backdrop of glorious countryside. They have a wedding planning service, which ensures every element of your ceremony is perfect.

Dinner and reception
If you have a vintage style wedding in mind, a woodland whimsical wonderland or an intimate candlelit dinner would be ideal. With delicious locally sourced food, vintage props, wild flowers, bell tents and more depending on your visions for the day. More details can be found at
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Photo Credits: (1) Jeff Ascough (2) Mike T Photography (3) Dish Catering (4) Sternberg Clarke (5) Helena Amor (6) Exclusive Use (7, 8) Stepping Beyond
Author Bio
This tutorial was created by Megan Kent – an avid arts and crafts lover and budding content writer for Qwerty Creative. Follow me on twitter @megan_qwerty

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