Gay-Friendly / Same-Sex / LGBTQ Wedding Venues in Buckinghamshire
Reasons to Get Married in Buckinghamshire
Let’s talk about weddings. After all, that’s why we’re here, right?! Your wedding day is one of the most important days of your life, and no doubt you’ll spend hours of time – and plenty of money – planning the big day. Of course, one of the most important decisions is where you decide to tie the knot. At Pink Wedding Venues, we are dedicated to showcasing weddings who do not just host same-sex weddings – but actively celebrate and appreciate them. We’ve compiled the list, so all you have to do is pick the county! If you and your other half are struggling to choose, why not opt for beautiful Buckinghamshire?
Known affectionately as ‘Bucks’, Buckinghamshire is one of the Home Counties, known for its picturesque views, stunning scenery, and gorgeous rivers. If rolling down cute country lanes in the back of a classic car, with your newly-wed partner by your side, is your idea of a perfect day, then Buckinghamshire is the one for you. Picture this: stepping outside of your wedding venue onto the courtyard of a hotel, surrounded by all your closest family and friends, and fields as far as the eye can see in the background… If this sounds like something you’d love, then Buckinghamshire could be the perfect place.
Buckinghamshire is also home to a large number of spas, which double as gay-friendly wedding venues. This means you can spend a few days pampering yourself and getting ready for the big day, and not have to travel too far! Likewise, Buckinghamshire is close to London, meaning it’s ideal for transporting everything you need to your venue.
By now, we’re hoping you’ve got the image of your perfect Buckinghamshire wedding stuck in your mind! Here are some interesting facts to sweeten the deal.
- The iconic British drama ‘Midsomer Murders’ is shot in and around Buckinghamshire!
- The county has a lot of ties to the world of literature. Mary Shelley prepared the famous novel Frankenstein while she was living in stunning Marlow, Buckinghamshire. She lived there with her step-sister Claire Clairmont, who had an illegitimate child with the famous poet and eighteenth-century bad-boy Lord Byron.
- The county is famous for its Aylesbury Ducks, a special type of Mallard bred for their appearance and meat.
- You can take the Roald Dahl trail in Buckinghamshire, a trail that follows notable places in Great Missenden that Dahl inhabited! A great honeymoon activity for book lovers, as well as a fantastic pre-wedding activity for couples with small children.
For information on the legalities of getting married (Eg. Informing the registrar of your "Intent to Marry") please look at the Buckinghamshire County Council Site