Unusual wedding venues are becoming more and more people nowadays as people strive to find new and interesting places to get married. Not a week goes by without someone getting married in anew and unusual location or a couple who have got hitched in an unusual way or had a ceremony in a certain type of fancy dress or that had themed there service to resemble a popular TV series or movie set. Some people that want a memorable and unique wedding site choose to get married in the great outdoors in a forest, on a farm, an area of natural beauty or on the coast on a beach. This is a great way to get married with the wind in your hair and sun in your eyes if the weather holds out for you, which it's unlikely to in Britain, particularly if you've been planning the wedding day for some months in advance.
A common location for an unusual wedding venues is a historic landmark, or ruin, somewhere of national importance of times gone by. By choosing to get married in such an unusual location you can wow your friends and guests with your wedding photographs. These types of wedding sites are ideal in some ways as if they are already popular touristic sites, there is usually some infrastructure in place such as running water, catering, parking and the all important toilet facilities. In addition you're likely to attract an additional crowd from tourists looking on. Historic churches, castles and stately homes are the most popular of these types of wedding venues as they have picturesque surrounding landscaped gardens and countryside ideal for the backdrop of group wedding photographs.
Unusual wedding venues should be chosen based on a couple of factors. Don't just go with anything that sounds different and exciting. First think about how many people you expect to have at your wedding. After figuring out how many people will be attending, you can then start to narrow down the types of venues that are appropriate for the size of crowd. Also think about your personality as well as your partner's. If you're both fun and quirky, then it's only natural to select a venue that can best represent that side of you. If you both enjoy being around water then choose something along those lines. Here are just a few unusual wedding venues that have been done before, you can use your own imagination to think of more.
Not a typical place to hold a wedding, however local or state parks make for fabulous wedding venues. Think lovely green fields and tall trees all around you. Depending on the restrictions of the town or state, there may be a possibility to have both your ceremony and your reception at the park. Check with the right authorities to make sure you will not be violating any laws. The added advantage of these types of venue is their location in relation the transport links, available parking, catering services as well as accommodation in some cases. Another advantage of getting married particularly on a golf course is that you can play a round of golf on the wedding day or during the weekend.