Unique Wedding and Civil Partnership Venues

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Now that equal marriage is legal (in England and Wales at least), we wanted to share with you a selection of offerings from our wedding and civil ceremony directory.

All the venues, vendors and services listed in our directory are pink friendly, and, over the next few months, we’ll be showcasing a small selection of them.

Remember to visit our website where you’ll find even more choice. We cover the whole of the UK, and our directory is totally free to use.
In this first post, we’re featuring four of the more unique venues featured on the site. These aren't chain hotels, conference halls or regular country homes but stand-out, statement venues offering a lick of something different for your wedding or civil partnership.

In West Lothian, Scotland is the Vu Water Lily. This superb venue, surrounded by the Bathgate Hills, sits in the middle of the Ballencrieff Reservoir. Floor to ceiling windows around much of the venue will give your guests an undisturbed view across the water. The Vu Water Lily also boasts a range of competitive packages that should have couples walking on water to take them. You can find out more about the Vu Water Lily via the Pink Wedding Days site.

“A wedding, a wedding, my kingdom for a wedding” Is something you might be shouting if you fancy adding some drama to your big day (good drama that is, not the “Oh, my God, where’s the caterer?” sort). The Prince of Wales Theatre, London has plenty of period charm within its Art Deco building for you, and your guests, to enjoy. Weddings start from £70.00 per person with a number of packages available. Find out more via the Pink Wedding Days site.

Fancy starting your married life on a war footing? Then consider HMS Belfast.
This Second World War battleship sits in a prime location on the Thames and offers a stunning cityscape for photographs and toasts. The boat is moored, too, so there’s no danger of a Poseidon Adventure spoiling your day. HMS Belfast has been a public museum since 1971 and will add a romantic, historical elegance to your wedding day. Want to know more? Find out via the Pink Wedding Days site.

Avoncroft Museum, Bromsgrove is actually only down the road from us here at Pink Towers. This popular, historical outdoor site will suit any couple looking for a slice of history in stunning surroundings. Guests can wander around historic buildings that include an orchard and a wildflower meadow. Not to be outdone on food, guests can enjoy some fantastic food options: hog roasts, buffets and sit-down meals are all catered for. Want to know more about Avoncroft? Click here.

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