Liverpool’s 5 best period wedding venues:
April 4, 2019
Before choosing wedding entertainers and designing a signature cocktail for your guests, the venue is the most important booking. It will make your photos unforgettable and set the tone for the whole day.
Liverpool is known for its beautiful historic buildings. If you’re looking for one to host your wedding ceremony or reception, you’ll be spoilt for choice. There are several Victorian red brick galleries and Georgian halls to choose from. All you have to do is pick the canapés!
Source: Liverpool Town Hall
This beautiful Grade I listed Georgian building is a huge piece of Liverpool’s history. You can celebrate your marriage in either the small or large ballroom, with their large decorative ceilings, chandeliers, and elegant table arrangements. Rooms this grand, spacious, and elegant are a very rare find.
Victoria Gallery has an unforgettable mosaic floor and unique brickwork. The Grand Entrance Hall is the perfect location for a wedding breakfast and reception.
The iconic red brick building is set in Liverpool’s Knowledge Quarter, and apparently houses “beautiful and bizarre curiosities from the last 127 years of the University’s history”, including dinosaur footprints and the very first X-Ray technology. If you like quirky buildings with even quirkier histories, this is the venue for you.
If you’ve ever looked around a stately home and thought it would be perfect if they just replaced the old carpets, we think you’ll be a big fan of the Royal Liver Building. This famous Liverpool landmark has been renovated to reflect more modern tastes, with white walls and classic coving. Booking includes exclusive use of the venue, views of the River Mersey, and even a street food buffet.
Your wedding entertainers will look just the part against this classical, minimalist backdrop.
You can see St George’s Hall’s huge stone columns emerge as soon as you step out of Lime Street Station. The Great Hall is a stunning space, with an original 18th Century organ and huge stained glass panels. The Concert Room’s red seating and curved structure is a very impressive place to say your vows…
Source: RMS Titanic Hotel
Once home to the White Star Line (famous for sending the Titanic off on its voyage), 30 James Street is now a stunning wedding venue and hotel. The White Star Grand Hall is where first class passengers waited for their departure and had their tickets checked. It now hosts 200 wedding guests, your champagne reception, and a 3-course wedding breakfast.
Swing & jazz wedding entertainers
Silk Street Swing’s wedding entertainers will bring the timeless tunes of swing and jazz to your wedding venue. We can bring you 1920s refinement or sophisticated rat pack glamour – whatever your stunning venue calls for!