If you're looking for an alternative wedding venue for your big day, then make sure your first port of call is your wedding planner. Any planner worth their sequins will have a list to hand of all the best venues in the area.
If your theme is more boho & festival, then an outdoor venue will suit you perfectly such as woodlands, tipis or total dry blank canvas hire of local fields.
If you're going for gothic & brooding, then get the info on castles, converted churches or stately homes.
If your big day is going to be blinged to the max, a formal affair, then a stately home or hotel will create a beautiful backdrop.
Perhaps you're going for the industrial chic look, with an edgy approach - in this case I'd suggest checking out old converted factories or industrial spaces, all that exposed brick & steel beams!
Of course the venue is just a small part of your wedding day, you need your wedding suppliers to get on board with your vision too. The best & easiest way to pull everything together will be to employ the services of a wedding planner who shares your ideas & understands just what it is that you want to achieve.
You can't argue that a central point of contact for the whole day would be a Godsend, & free up a lot of your time too, so that you can continue to enjoy your engagement. Get in touch today for your free consultation, & let's work together on this wonderful wedding project of yours. Bxx
I'm a qualified wedding planner dedicated to designing & creating weddings for alternative couples. Because everyone deserves a wedding as unique as they are