Gay-Friendly / Same-Sex / LGBTQ Wedding Venues in Suffolk
Reasons to Get Married in Suffolk
Congratulations – you’re getting married! The first few days after engagement are always bliss – until you start thinking about the organisation that goes into planning a wedding. We believe that planning your wedding should be as stress-free as possible; after all, it’s a celebration of love. In order to make the process of choosing a venue less stressful, at Pink Wedding Venues we have a directory of all the best gay-friendly wedding venues. All you need to do is pick a county! If you’re struggling to pick one, why not choose Suffolk?
On the East Coast of England, Suffolk borders Norfolk to the North, Cambridge to the East, and Essex to the South. To the East, sits the North Sea, which means you can tie the knot at a venue with gorgeous sea views – always a winner. Obsessed with aesthetically pleasing locations? Who isn’t! Luckily, the Suffolk Coast and Heaths are an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, meaning you can rest assure your wedding venue is going to be one of the most beautiful around. With the combination of sea-views and stunning picturesque countryside, there really is something for everyone.
Aside from the scenery, Suffolk is logistically a good place to get married in. With good connecting roads and a close location to Essex (and therefore London), it’ll be easy to transport everything to your wedding, from dresses to drinks, rings to mother-of-the-brides, you shouldn’t have too much of a hard time. For anyone who lives in London and wants to spend their big day out of the big smoke - but doesn’t want to travel too far – Suffolk is the perfect place. It’s also not too far South for any Northerners who are flirting with the idea of a wedding in the South, but don’t fancy going as far as the South Coast.
Still on the fence about whether a Suffolk wedding is right for you? Check out our list of fun facts about the county!
- Not the most elegant of wedding meals, but Birdseye have their factory location in Suffolk! Famous for their fishfingers and potato waffles…
- British pop-icon Ed Sheeran originates from Suffolk. His love ballads are becoming a regular feature at weddings all over the world, and his tune Castle on the Hill is written about Suffolk.
- The county’s one and only professional football team is Ipswich Town.
- Harry Potter was born in Suffolk! His birthplace is based on the medieval village of Lavenham.
For information on the legalities of getting married (Eg. Informing the registrar of your "Intent to Marry") please look at Suffolk Council's Website