Every once in a while, we like to sit back and lust after our dream wedding venue. It’s all about that wow factor. Deciding on a venue for your special day can be a really tough decision. There’s something really magical about walking into a venue and experiencing that jaw-dropping feeling of excitement. These are our top picks that will leave you and your partner in awe. Say I do to these wow factor wedding venues.
The Law Society
The grandeur and opulent decor of The Law Society completely blew us away! A unique setting for your wedding ceremony and reception in the heart of London. This beautiful, ornate building is Grade II listed, boasting original historic architecture and features. The Law Society has a selection of stunning rooms for your wedding that will leave an unforgettable impression on your guests for years to come. Imagine this stunning backdrop in your wedding photographs, if it were us we would be flicking through our album every day – forever!
The Reading Room is perfect for an intimate ceremony of up to 120 guests followed by drinks in the traditional surroundings of the Old Council Chamber or the stylish and modern 113 Restaurant & Bar. Then make your way to the grand Common Room via the elegant red carpet staircase for your wedding breakfast and dancing. Swoon!
And you don’t have to daydream about hosting your nuptials at this enchanting venue – prime dates are available for October and November 2015! Book a minimum of 80 guests on the Law Society Wedding Package priced at £140 per person for any remaining date in 2015, and receive free chair covers and upgrade to champagne for the toast. Book by end of August 2015 to receive the offer. For more details call the Team on 0207 320 9555 or email email@example.com.
The Italian Villa
Dorset’s most prestigious wedding venue, The Italian Villa, is set against a divine 10 acres of manicured gardens within the renowned Compton Acres and is the perfect setting for your magical day.
The multi award-winning wedding venue – recently voted Most Popular Wedding Venue in the World – provides couples with 3 floors of unrivalled elegance and features a balcony overlooking the breath-taking Italian Garden to ensure your wedding photos will be truly unforgettable.
When you book The Italian Villa, it will be yours alone for the entire event. With over three floors, the grand Villa is a true fairytale wedding venue. You are their only priority. The team’s impeccable standards will ensure that the entire wedding party feel like VIPs.
Blythswood Square is the newest, most magnificent addition to The Town House Collection. This splendid, landmark property commands one side of Blythswood Square, a lovely, green space in the centre of the city of Glasgow.
The 5 star hotel hosts Glasgow’s first luxury spa, a calming and understated space with wellness as the key focus, a restaurant with a fun and relaxed atmosphere, the perfect place to enjoy delicious seasonal food and inventive cocktails.
Blythswood Square’s Monte Carlo suite will provide a wonderful wedding location for your special day, accommodating up to 80 guests for the wedding breakfast and a further 40 for evening receptions. Natural wooden floors, rich wood panelling and luxurious fabrics will create a glamorous setting for your wedding.
The Grand Hotel
Where could be more romantic to celebrate a white wedding than at The White Palace, as The Grand is affectionately known. One of the most beautiful wedding venues in Sussex, couples have been tying the knot at The Grand for generations, seduced by its old world charm, elegance and style. They are also drawn by the fabulous reception rooms, superb cuisine and knowing that The Grand’s wedding coordinators can assist you at every stage of the planning process, helping you chose from the various wedding packages available or arranging everything you need to make your wedding unique to you.
From the architectural splendour of the Compton Room to the spectacular Silverdale Room which can accommodate up to 200 guests, your wedding day will be extra special. And where better to spend the first night of a honeymoon than in one of the sumptuous suites with breathtaking views overlooking the sea.