Planning a wedding can be the most wonderful time in any couple’s life; however, there’s a lot to think about. Choosing the location can be one of the most challenging parts of arranging your special day. Long gone are the days when couples had to choose between a church or the registry office – today, there is a wealth of venues to pick from. 
For couples who are keen to choose a unique and unexpected location to tie the knot, here are some of the most fascinating alternative wedding locations to consider. 

Cheshire- Quarry Bank Mill 

Perfect for an industrial themed wedding, Quarry Bank Mill in Cheshire is one of the most popular local heritage sites and is an ideal venue for your special day. This cotton mill dates back to the 1700s and still has all its rustic features. Thanks to its spectacular riverside setting, it’s a perfect spot to say “I do!” 

Glasgow- The Tall Ship 

Ideal for water-loving couples, or simply brides and grooms who want stunning waterfront wedding photos, The Tall Ship at Glasgow Harbour is an unrivalled venue. Suitable for up to two hundred guests, this impressive vessel was first launched in 1896 and is a spectacular sight. 

Buckinghamshire- Fawley Hill 

The ideal spot for a unique wedding, Fawley Hill offers plenty of unusual surprises for your special event. Not only is there a Victorian carousel, there are 20 kinds of animals – and even a train station. You can exchange rings on the carriage and then indulge in a sumptuous wedding breakfast at the museum. 

Mobile Venue- Deckerdence 

The Deckerdence is one of the most unique venues to be found anywhere in the UK. This double decker bus can be hired from anywhere in the UK, and boasts a cocktail lounge and on-board bar for the convenience of your guests. It can even be turned into a marquee for a show-stopping wedding venue in its own right. Don’t forget to arrange your wedding toilet hire though! 

Buckinghamshire- Chiltern Open Air Museum 

Are you planning a vintage themed wedding day? You need look no further than the Chiltern Open Air Museum. This venue boasts all kinds of vintage settings for your exchange of vows, from a Medieval bar to an Iron Age roundhouse, and since couples can enjoy exclusive use of the grounds, there’s no better way to get married in your own unique style. 

Lancashire- Canal Boat Cruises 

Ever thought of getting married on the water? Canal Boat Cruises offer the ideal setting for an intimate celebration and reception. Couples can enjoy stunning countryside views as they cruise down the canal and they can even help with closing and opening the locks! 
Are you feeling inspired? Then it’s time to get planning the most special day of your life. While you’re making your arrangements, don’t forget to plan for toilet facilities for your guests. We offer luxury toilet hire that is perfect for all events, so contact us today to find out more. 
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