Are you searching for a wedding venue in Worcestershire right now? Perhaps you've recently got engaged or you're having a vow renewal ceremony or humanist blessing, whichever it is, you'll want to find the right venue to host it all.
Choosing the perfect fairy-tale wedding venue for your special day is one of the biggest decisions you'll make during the process of planning your wedding. It can be quite a daunting process and can sometimes take months to find the right place. Don't despair though, Worcestershire is lucky to have lots of choice when it comes to venues with some of the most beautiful settings in the country all offering a wedding day package.
There are many different types and styles to choose from. There's quirky, rustic barns, traditional manor houses, grand halls, stately homes and boutique country hotels to majestic castles, ancient abbeys, picturesque gardens and living museums! Each one unique in their own special way. Whether you prefer a small intimate wedding with those nearest and dearest or want to have a massive lavish party for 200 guests, the city and surrounding areas offer something for everyone.
Your venue is usually the most expensive thing on your wedding list. It’s important that you choose the right venue. It will set the scene for whole day, so it has to be right. Always make sure you visit a venue a few times before deciding. Try and go when there's a wedding actually taking place to see how it's managed and organised by the staff. If you're having a large wedding, be sure to keep in mind the outside and inside space, you'll need plenty of it for your formal photos.
Popular venues will always get booked up very quickly, especially on weekends and during the peak wedding season between March and October. Try to have 2 or 3 favourites in mind and flexible dates to have your ceremony.
I've created this helpful directory with direct links to some of Worcestershire's finest venues. Below you'll find 27 of my favourite wedding venues in Worcestershire, Malvern, Bromsgrove, Evesham & Droitwich that I've been too many times before. Each one perfect for that once in a lifetime occasion.