Gay-Friendly / Same-Sex / LGBTQ Wedding Venues in Cheshire
Reasons to Get Married in Cheshire
The venue of a wedding can really make or break a wedding. It’s the most important part of the day, as it’s the part that will stick in your minds forever. It doesn’t matter if the brides stutter their vows, or the grooms accidentally spill champagne on their suits – as long as it happens in a gorgeous setting. If you’re stuck for ideas, let us bend your ear for a minute while we convinced you that you should tie the knot in Cheshire.
Situated in the Northwest of England, county is known for its rural villages and red sandstone buildings (great for photos!). If you aren’t from the North, it’s easy to overlook it when picking a wedding venue – but getting married up North can be great. For starters, the North is home to some of the most beautiful countryside in the UK, with gorgeous hills and cute, quaint villages. Imagine the looks on your guests faces as they drive down winding country lanes to arrive at your perfect venue! The amount of green space also means that you can get married in the middle of nowhere, just you, your other half and all of your loved ones.
The number of farmhouses and converted barns in Cheshire mean you can really make your rustic wedding dreams become a reality. Imagine saying your vows in a cute barn, with the original beams still in place while the sun beams outside? (Sorry, we couldn’t help ourselves). You can even go the whole hog and serve traditional Cheshire food – think pies, pastries and cheeses.
If you still aren’t convinced, check out our interesting facts about Cheshire!
1. We’ve already mentioned cheese – but did you know the oldest cheese in the UK is Cheshire cheese?! It’s noted for being very salty, and delicious with biscuits. Its earliest mention is in the Domesday book, way back in 1086.
2. Bromborough in the Wirral is thought to be the first place in England where Vikings settled!
3. The Roman amphitheatre in Chester was once able to hold 7000 people! You probably don’t want that many at your wedding…
4. Also in Chester is Grosvenor Bridge; the first person to cross this iconic bridge was a young Queen Victoria, in 1832.