Top Three Alternative Wedding Venues In The West Midlands

Couples who have already arranged their photobooth hire in the West Midlands may need venue inspiration. Read on for alternative ideas on where to tie the knot.

Brides and grooms who have already arranged their photobooth hire in the West Midlands might still need to settle on a venue for their big day. 

Here is our pick of some of the best places to tie the knot in the West Midlands. 

West Midlands Safari Park

Couples who really want their special day to be memorable could choose West Midlands Safari Park in Worcestershire. 

There are three event spaces to choose from, including a beautiful Georgian manor house, the Treetops Pavilion with long cream drapes, and the chic and trendy Cellarz. 

Included in its gold package is an overnight stay at the Safari Lodge and a small animal encounter.

Wolverhampton Art Gallery

If you’re looking for a stylish, contemporary wedding venue, consider hiring the Wolverhampton Art Gallery for your Big Day. 

The Georgian Gallery, with its beautiful glass ceiling and variety of 18th Century paintings, can hold up to 96 guests. 

The gallery, which is situated on the first floor of the building, is licensed for both weddings and civil ceremonies, and can also be transformed into a lively reception venue in the evening. 

The Distillery

Another alternative venue worth considering is The Distillery in Edgbaston, which overlooks Birmingham’s famous canals. 

It is perfect for both small and large weddings, with spaces for between 30 and 100 guests. Couples with lots of friends and family could hire the entire venue, which would accommodate 250 guests. 

There is also a large terrace, which is perfect for an outdoor reception on a sunny afternoon.

As can be expected, The Distillery has a great choice of drinks, so you can be sure your guests will be happy with their reception beverage, whether you opt for a cocktail, prosecco or Champagne.