Couples planning their nuptials have a host of things to plan for, such as hiring a top wedding photographer from Liverpool or the surrounding area, and finding that most unique of venues to host their special day.
A traditional route
For those who like the grandiose and classic buildings, then the Liverpool Town Hall is one that will tweak the interest. The refurbished building has become known in recent times for hosting some of today’s best event, but it has also recently branched out into weddings.
This elegance may not be to everyone’s taste however, and couples who have a slightly more eccentric sense of style may want to consider St Georges Hall, host to many a film location I’m the City. And of course the Iconic Liver Building, which balcony overlooks the River Mersey and the Wirral.
A flair for culture
Culture lovers are certainly not without their options either with the Liverpool Museum, the Museum is host to some of the finest collections which will surround your day. Located on the fourth floor, you can choose to have the whole day there or either ceremony or reception breakfast. For all concerned, hopefully this unique Liverpool wedding venue would allow wedding guests to be a little more raucous than their regular visitors.
A city such as Liverpool, with its great sporting history, will naturally have to provide a sporty backdrop for happy couples in the city who want it. You can also opt to have a Liverpool Football Wedding, locations at the stadium itself, Anfield, surrounded by a whole host of the colour Red. So choose your wedding flowers wisely.
The Shankley Hotel, this is a favourite venue of professional wedding photographers due to its unique 360 degree view of the city. Something your wedding guests will love, taking selfies with such an amazing backdrop.
Though it’s safe to say that all the venues mentioned here offer unique photo vantage points that will create memories for the happy couple and their family for years to come.
More central wedding venues like 30 James Street, the Stanley Hotel and Hope Street Hotel have plenty of accommodations and fabulous restaurants. Something you need to consider if you have a large guest list. All in the City Centre, so even of they fill up fast, there should be local hotels and guest houses which can keep your guests close to the festivities.
There are, naturally, more Liverpool wedding venues than those listed here, and many a quirky setup is out there waiting to be discovered, and perhaps turned into the newest wedding hotspot. Couples today are more and more turning to those weird, whimsical and wonderful wedding venues that this city has.
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