With so many wedding and reception venues to choose from, many people are avoiding the traditional church service followed by a reception in a hotel or community hall.
Here are a few suggestions for the best alternative wedding venues in Liverpool:
A traditional Celtic Handfasting ceremony results in a marriage lasting a year and a day.
Much more personal and intimate than a traditional wedding, the couple can write their own vows and have their ceremony outdoors at almost any location the celebrant is able to travel to. Civil ceremonies are usually non-religious. Handfastings are not usually legally binding so if the couple wish to be officially married, they will still need to attend a Registry Office.
Visit the Ceremony Company for more information.
Many venues, usually hotels, offer twilight packages. These are suitable for smaller, more intimate weddings for up to 150 guests. Although this may vary depending on the venue).
There is usually a set price and a list of what is included in the package. However, don’t be afraid to negotiate some swaps to get the perfect package for you. Ideal for those with a limited budget and a small guest list. Search the internet for ‘Twilight Packages in Liverpool’.
Currently in St. George’s Hall, the Registry Office is in a beautiful venue. Why not get married with only your two witnesses as guests and then blow the rest of the budget on a fantastic night out and honeymoon?
Visit the Liverpool registry office for more information.
Both Anfield and Goodison are licensed venues. Therefore you could choose to have both your ceremony and reception on whichever side of the park your loyalties lie.
Set in the University Quarter, you can have sole occupancy of the Victoria Gallery and Museum. And enjoy the exhibitions as well as this stunning building. Find out more.