As mentioned in a previous post, the Jewellery Quarter is the ideal place to find all you need for a wedding. The St Paul’s Church is the perfect place to get married, but where else is available in the Midlands?

  1. Stanbrook Abbey Hotel
    When you picture a wedding, you want a beautiful and extraordinary venue. With a history dating back to 1623, Stanbrook Abbey fits that bill. This 26-acre estate is based in the Worcestershire countryside and is surrounded by the greenery of the Malvern Hills. Thus making it the ideal place for the couple that likes to mix the old with the new.
  2. Fazeley Studios
    It is a beautiful venue based in the Digbeth area of Birmingham. The venue is licensed for civil ceremonies, can extend the bar until 2 am and has an onsite catering team. Thus making it the most comfortable and well-located venue for the city slickers who don’t want to venture too far.
  3. Forest of Arden Marriott Hotel & Country Club
    This is the venue for the couple that wants picturesque, Instagram-worthy images. It also has a golf course, spa, dining facilities, and hotel. Based in Meriden, on the outskirts of Coventry, this quaint, secluded venue allows you to get away from it all without venturing too far.
  4. Coombe Abbey
    Not only a great place to have a barbecue with the family but a gorgeous place to have a wedding. This wedding venue has a history stemming back to the 12th century and has land that was appropriated by King Henry VIII. It is based in the tranquil Warwickshire countryside, with 500 acres of parkland, formal gardens and a peaceful lake. A visually stunning place to make the best day of your life perfect.
  5. Kelmarsh Hall
    The last of the wedding venues is Kelmash Hall. This beautiful venue was built in the 1730s and had several historical figures stay. The estate covers over 3,000 acres, which is made up of pasture, woodland, and parkland. Also, the aesthetically pleasing gardens are RHS Partner Gardens.
So which of these wedding venues will you choose?