23 Nov Liverpool: Top 3 Unique Wedding Venues
Continuing our series of unique wedding venues, we thought we’d take a little look at Liverpool to see where you can get hitched off the beaten track. And don’t forget to ask your choice of Manchester wedding video provider if they know anywhere super cool where you can say your vows in that neck of the woods as well – a little advice never hurts, after all! Sefton Park Palm House An absolutely stunning venue, Sefton Park Palm House is a grade II-listed building in the style of an old Victorian glasshouse, chockfull of beautiful plants that mean you won’t have to splash out on too many decorations – your flowers are already in house! Book in the summer if you can as the grounds are gorgeous as well… perfect for wonderful wedding photographs. Ness Botanical Gardens For a wedding to remember, head to Ness Botanical Gardens, 64 acres of stunning countryside that are just crying out for a ceremony or two. The wedding itself can be held in the Rock Garden or the Hulme Room Conservatory if the weather’s not brilliant (although don’t think of this as second best – the views across the gardens are amazing). Merseyside Maritime Museum Saying your vows in a museum could be a great choice if you and your other half are culture vultures. Great views of the docks ensure you’ll have amazing photographs and wedding videos, memories to treasure forever. If you’re looking for a wedding with a difference, this would be a brilliant venue to consider.