Wedding Venues Birmingham
England’s second city is home to some of the country’s top wedding venues. From quirky venues in former industrial spaces to blank canvas spaces and stately homes, Birmingham has them all and more besides. To help you in your quest for a dream West-Midlands wedding, the team at www.weddingband.co.uk have chosen some of our favourite venues in the area. Have we missed out another five-star location that we should feature? If so then please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The hustle and bustle of Birmingham seems a whole world away from the break-taking Highbury Hall (Birmingham, B13 8QG), and yet this Grade II manor positioned in rolling countryside is only three miles from the city centre. The Hall makes the perfect backdrop for wedding photographs, and is licensed for ceremonies so you can tie the knot in stately style. Highbury Hall also offers specially catered Asian wedding packages, along with a host of other multi-ethnic catering options to provide bespoke hospitality for happy couples from all backgrounds. A dedicated wedding assistant is on hand to make booking and planning a breeze and to make sure the day itself runs smoothly. The team at Highbury Hall promise to “offer a world-class service to all of our customers,” and the VIP treatment certainly matches the finery of this classy Birmingham wedding venue.
Birmingham’s Grand Union Canal is of Europe’s most beautiful, taking in the city’s industrial past and perfectly blending the classic and contemporary. The Bond (Birmingham, B5 5SE) is the ideal example of this, a reclaimed Victorian space with modern facilities positioned on the waterside. The venue prides itself on its flexibility, providing a number of spaces to host both your ceremony and reception, including the stunning Gatehouse which has room for 150 guests, and the Waterside with its incredible views over the canal. The team also give you access to a dedicated wedding co-ordinator and a first-class catering team to provide the perfect fare for your event. If you want a hip wedding in trendy Digbeth in the heart of the city centre, The Bond is bound to be for you.
If you want to take charge of your own wedding day, Maxstoke Village Hall (North Warwickshire, B46 2QN) is a brilliant blank-canvas wedding venue. Birmingham is close at hand but here in the Warwickshire countryside it feels a million miles away. The Village Hall is set opposite St Michaels and All Angels Church, meaning you can exchange vows traditionally before shaping your own wedding reception however you see fit. The hall includes a kitchen, bar and toilet, but the site lends itself perfect to a marquee or teepee wedding if extra space is required. The flexibility also extends to suppliers, whether that be catering, hospitality and entertainment. For a wedding all of your own making in wonderful Warwickshire, Maxstoke Village Hall will have you covered.
Lights - Camera - ACTION! For a wedding with the glamour of the silver screen The Electric (Birmingham, B5 4DY) is a venue with a difference. This splendid art-deco cinema is the oldest movie theatre in the UK and provides a unique events space in the centre of Birmingham. Ceremonies can take place in the main theatre, with the raked seating lending itself perfectly to adding some Hollywood magic to getting hitched. The chic lounge is at your disposal for bespoke cocktails tailored to your tastes, and a host of catering options are available. The Electric also gives you the chance to screen your own films, whether that be photo slideshows, home movies or even a film of your choice. The space is also the perfect spot for evening musical entertainment, making the most of the stage and backdrop. The Electric guarantees to supercharge your special day and to give it the glitz and glamour you deserve.