A unique and special place to tie the knot - London Wedding Venue
I have been visiting and loving the Ritzy cinema in Brixton for nearly 20 years and so I was especially excited to hear that they have started to host weddings. I'm waiting for some new pics from them, but here is a little teaser of a recent wedding they had there. I'm sure you'll agree how beautiful and happy Aysha and Luke look.
The cult Medieval fantasy series is a massive inspiration for weddings in 2015. The the most important factor is finding the right venue. It would be no good trying to create the right ambience in a Georgian mansion. Sadly we haven't got many dungeons but we have got many magnificent castles to choose from. Pictured below is an interior shot form the absolutely stunning Sudeley Castle in Gloucestershire.
And so imagine this with the right lighting - and some goblets throne in, plus a few furs lying around - and you're there…
We absolutely love this picture of Darren Prew and Kerry Ford, both from Hereford, dressed up as their favourite characters for the event. Darren, a 37-year-old plasterer, was kitted out as Night's Watch warrior Jon Snow while his 33-year-old bride dressed as Daenerys Targaryen. Kerry even arrived on that white horse!!
Another castle on our site that we'd recommend for this is
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The great British seaside can be a fantastic inspiration for your wedding, and there are endless ways to interpret the theme, for example with food you could go with fish n chips, icecream vans or, if you're feeling flash, oysters! (not forgettting you could always order your own seaside stick of rock with both your names printed through it...). There are also so many props to give your wedding a seaside spin - deckchairs, surf boards, shells, seaweed garlands and vintage metal buckets and spades. The British seaside has such a distinct look and what could be prettier than pastel beach huts and seaside bunting. And although Punch and Judy might not serve as your inspirational couple, they could be your wedding entertainment - for adults and kids alike.
If you don't want to go the whole hog and hold your wedding on a beach, but still want to adopt this lovely theme, you could always consider a venue close by. We've got two great (and very different) venues on the site that we would recommend. Portsmouth Guildhall has the most beautiful exterior and as you can see, grand steps leading to its bronzed doors which would make an incredible wedding photograph. It has a variety of rooms, both elegant and spacious, but our favourite is the Zodiac gallery which has the largest acid-stained mural in the world! Located minutes from the sea, you could easily adopt a seaside-flavoured theme.