Travel Guide: Top wedding destinations in the UK

A wedding plan is never complete without the most romantic and prefect wedding venue. It is as important as your wedding ring and dress. You must read on to zero in on the most perfect place in UK to say I do.

 

Eltham palace, London, Top Wedding Destinations in UK

The Aikwood Towers, Scottish borders

A fairytale tower located on the borders of Scotland will make your dream of a fairytale wedding come true. The marriage stone inside the Aikwood tower commemorates the union of Robert Scott and Elspeth Murray over 400 years ago. The tower is equipped with many bedrooms that have a contemporary feel to it.

National history museum, London

The Romanesque architecture, the expansive staircases and the marvelous exhibits make for more than one wow factor that can be added to your wedding. This museum is an important landmark in Kensington’s museum mile and is one of your best options if you have no bars on spending for a gorgeous wedding.

Hartwell house and spa, Buckinghamshire

Add a tinge of rural flavour to your wedding with the sprawling Hartwell house and spa. The lush green grounds, spectacular statues and the picturesque bridge are the most perfect additions to your wedding ceremony. This 18th century work of art will make your wedding surreal.

Pennyhill Park, Surrey

Pennyhill park hotel is a 5-starred arrangement that has a medieval touch to it. However the arrangements inside are contemporary and equipped with state of the art spa facilities. This hotel boasts an elite guest list comprising of Daniel Craig, Russell Crowe and Justin Timberlake. If the groom fancies 19-holes before the ceremony, the Wentworth and Sunning dale golf courses are less than a couple of miles away.

Augill castle, Lake District

Who has never dreamed of being married in a castle? Now wed your Prince Charming on a white Stallion in this medieval castle that stands proud on the sprawling greens. It can accommodate up to 40 guests at the refectory tables and has 14 state of the art bedrooms available for use. There are three choices among the ceremony places that include the Great Hall. Create your own menu or opt for the signature dishes that include grilled Eden Vale Brown Trout and roasted shoulder of Cumbrain Venison.

Eltham palace, London

Getting married in a palace, right in the heart of London is more than anyone can hope for. History says that this is the childhood home of King Henry VIII. This palace is known for its impressive restoration work. The entire interior has been revamped to make it the most perfect destination for a romantic “I Do”.

Clearwell Castle, Gloucestershire

Located amidst the Forest of Dean in Gloucestershire, this medieval structure is imposing and vivacious. It comes straight from the children’s storybooks with its ballrooms, 70-foot aisle alongside the battlements and original portcullis that complete the effect. It can accommodate up to 160 guests at the wedding breakfast in the ballroom.

Elvey farm, Kent

A treat to the eyes, the Elvey Farm is an out of the box option for a different kind of a wedding. Imagine a tractor as a backdrop and nature as your witness. Choose from among the 15th century Al Fresco fair or a 16th century barn for your D-Day.

 

So, one of the above destination will be perfect for you. It really depends on your choice like if you want heritage or modern or something interesting. After selecting venue, next thing is to look cool and gorgeous. So go more some Jewelry shopping and dresses. In case, you don’t have much time then no problem- sit at your home and order online. Sites like angelicdiamonds.co.uk etc are good choice. But, you can always google it to find your choice. And same for the dresses. There are so many online shopping portals where you can shop quickly.

 

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