HOW IT WORKS: HAVE A GOOD MOOCH AT THE UNUSUAL WEDDING VENUES BY USING THE SEARCH BOX ABOVE. ENQUIRE BY FILLING IN THE FORM AT THE BOTTOM OF THE VENUE PAGE, THIS GOES STRAIGHT TO THE VENUE OR CLICK THE LINK TO THE VENUE’S WEBSITE TO ENQUIRE AND BE SURE TO QUOTE ‘TRULY QUIRKY’
Wasing’s Woodland and Secret Walled Garden
South East, Wasing Lane, Aldermaston, Reading, RG7 4LY
South East, Angel House 1 Brunswick Terrace, Hove BN3 1HN
Royal Victoria Park
South West, The Temple of Minerva, The Botanical Gardens, Royal Avenue, Bath
Woodland Tipi & Yurt Weddings
West Midlands, Woodlands Farm, Little Dewchurch, Herefordshire, HR2 6QD
Scotland, Kingsbarns, St Andrews KY16 8QD
South East, Wasing Lane, Aldermaston, Reading,RG7 4NG
Belmond Le Manoir aux Quat’Saisons
South East, Church Road, Great Milton, Oxford, OX44 7PD, UK
Cotswolds, South West, Fosscross Ln, Cirencester, Gloucestershire GL7 5BA
Barrel of Laughs
Mobile, Based in Gloucestershire but it’s a mobile venue so can go almost anywhere.
We love quirky
If you are looking for really unusual wedding venues, venues that reflect you as a couple, I mean somewhere that doesn’t just churn the weddings out, that doesn’t pull a big stretchy chair cover over their poor innocent chairs, then you’re in the right place.
TQWV’s was born out of a conversation I had with with a very cool and creative couple at one of my events, we were wondering why it was so hard to find really alternative, cool, unusual wedding venues that embrace creative couples. They had spent yonks, trawling sites that were breaking their creative hearts. Well, I had to put a stop to that didn’t I?
There are so many sites to help couples find alternative wedding photographers, quirky wedding florists, unique wedding videographers and bargain wedding dresses so why not have on that focuses on unique, super cool wedding venues? Now they are not so hard to find! May I introduce you to a wedding venue finder site like no other.
Talk to me people!
I am always looking for ‘knock your socks off’ unique, creative, quirky and super cool, unusual wedding venues, and I need you to tell me about some I might have missed. If you know of, or run a venue that has something truly unique, truly one-of-a-kind, truly quirky then contact me and have a chat. If you have worked at a venue that just blew you away then let me know. PLEASE!
I would love to tell the world about even more amazing unusual wedding venues to tie the knot and to make the reality of choosing yours happen. I would also love to hear from you if you are a ‘Truly Quirky & Creative’ supplier as we offer great rates on side bar advertising.
Our side bar adverts must reflect the vibe of the venue page you are advertising on so no Normal Normans please.
What they say
January 2016 from Wasing
“Kelly is easily contactable and receptive when we have had to make changes at any time not just when we are renewing, and she also offers little extras that make all the difference like social media coverage for Open Days and Showcases. The website is user friendly and visually inviting, it highlights the key features of each venue, gives lots of detail, but most significantly it has a strong emphasis on images which is important for couples starting their venue search. Over the years we have had lots of enquires for both profiles but it is particularly successful for the Secret Walled Garden and Woodland, maybe they are slightly more quirky!”
What they say cont…
May 2016 from Lou, venue owner, Trevor Hall
“Hi Kelly, I just wanted to let you know that this week I have had two bookings confirm, both of which found us through your site. I am very happy with the bookings and the two couples are just lovely and the type of folk that I am looking forward to welcoming here for their weddings. Great Job!!!! Many many thanks x”
February 2016 from Emma, bride-to-be
“Hi Kelly. It was great to find your site. You know, one without chair covers, boring barn conversions, dull manor houses and things that just don’t say ‘us’ in any way! We so want to get married….. but if we are going to spend the crazy money it takes to do so, we simply must find something that suits our personality and that we can feel comfortable with. It has been really lovely to read your blog and to see how you got started. I am actually feeling really excited now, rather than dulled by the prospect of 3 course nightmare with greying table cloths and (seriously, I think I am actually scared of the chair coverings…. what IS that?!).
Anyway, great stuff, love it all, loads of ideas and feeling far more positive that now these things may actually happen!”
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