Gay-Friendly / Same-Sex / LGBTQ Wedding Venues in Warwickshire
Reasons to Get Married in Warwickshire
You’re getting married: congratulations on popping the big question (or congrats on saying yes!). If you’ve been thinking about it for a while, the chances are you’ve spent a lot of time thinking about the venue. If you haven’t, don’t worry. At Pink Wedding Venues, we’ve taken the time to select all the best gay-friendly wedding venues in the country, meaning all you have to do is decide which county you want to tie the knot in. If you and your partner are feeling indecisive, why not check out Warwickshire? Read on to find out more…
Nestled up in the West Midlands, Warwickshire is perfect if you can’t commit to getting married “up North” or “down South” – it’s exactly in the middle. This makes it a perfect middle ground if you and your partner are from different ends of the country! Are you dreaming of a countryside wedding? How does this sound: tying the know in a country lodge, then stepping outside to three-course meal, served outside as the sun sets? We’re keen already.
If you want a chicer vibe, there are heaps of gay-friendly wedding venues in Warwickshire in form of hotels and spas. Let’s paint a new picture: arriving at a huge hotel in a classic car, knowing you’ll marry the love of your life later that day. Convinced? We are!
Feeling fancy? Why don’t you say your vows in a stately home! The good news is there are several in Warwickshire: whether you’re inviting twenty family members, or two hundred family and friends, there’s something for everyone. We have mansions, we have manor houses, we have halls… whatever you want, Warwickshire will cater for you! Of course, the more free-spirited couple could always tie the knot in a venue with a huge garden, and host the all-night-after-party in a marquee outside.
By now, you’re probably convinced that you want to tie the knot in Warwickshire – we certainly are. Here are some interesting facts to convince you even further…
1. Are you or your partner sports fans? Rugby was actually invented in Warwickshire! In a little place called Rugby…
2. Warwickshire is known for being the birthplace of the most famous author in the English language… William Shakespeare himself!
3. Warwickshire is home to Warwick Castle, a motte-and-bailey castle built in 1068 by William the Conqueror. Exploring it would make a great start-of-honeymoon activity!
4. Lord of the Rings fan? It might interest you to know that J.R.R. Tolkien reportedly based Middle Earth on Warwickshire (minus the elves and hobbits, of course).
For information on the legalities of getting married (Eg. Informing the registrar of your "Intent to Marry") please look at Warwickshire Council's Website