Venues Fit for Royalty

If you’re in the midst of planning a wedding or hoping to be soon, then you were probably one of the thousands of people who watched the Royal Wedding. And the details did not disappoint! Two gorgeous dresses, stunning flowers, impressive cars and so much more. You’re possibly wondering how you can achieve a regal wedding too. Don’t worry, over the next two weeks, we’ve got you covered…

If you’re dreaming of a perfect princess wedding then you might be on the hunt for a wedding venue fit for the royals. We’ve scoured the local area to find a few that might fit the bill.

Knowsley Hall
Knowsley Hall – Photo from google

Knowsley Hall is an amazingly grand wedding venue that is home to the Earl and Countess of Derby. Landscaped gardens, a lake, a ballroom and a state dining room the photo opportunities are endless! It’s definitely a venue fit for royalty.

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Thornton Manor – Photo from google

Thornton Manor is a stunning country house in Cheshire. With ornate rooms and beautiful outdoor areas its perfect for an elegant wedding. It has a stunning bridal suite with stunning views overlooking the grounds. Filled with antiques, the manor house is very regal indeed.

Leasowe Castle - Photo from google
Leasowe Castle – Photo from google

It’s every girl’s dream to get married in a castle like a princess, right? Just over the water from Liverpool is the stunning Leasowe Castle which could be the perfect venue for a royal wedding.

Hillbark Hotel – photo from google

Hillbark hotel is a venue decorated with wonderful historical architecture, it’s perfect if you’re going for that traditional fairytale theme. Set in the middle of a lush park, you will definitely get some beautiful photos fit for a King and Queen.

Speke Hall – Photo from google

Speke Hall is another venue steeped in history and stunning period features. It would be perfect for a royal celebration with the mix of historical rooms and gorgeous grounds.

Where else in Liverpool would you say is fit for a royal wedding?

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