Cheshire weddings, are you planning one? Here in the North West we are so lucky to be closely surrounded by some stunning areas. The Lake District with its breath-taking scenery, Lancashire with its historical stately homes, Manchester and Liverpool with vibrant city views, but when you are thinking about where to get married, the stunning county of Cheshire offers some amazing wedding venues. If you want the breath-taking views, you can find them here, if you want the historical stately homes, you can find them here, and if you want the city vibe, then Yes, you can find it here!
As a seasoned wedding singer, Cheshire weddings venues are amongst some of my favourites, but when choosing for yourself remember to do your research and make sure the area and the venue is right for you and your wedding. The rich and famous residents of Alderley Edge and Wilmslow in the North of the county could be watching you arrive. You could be surrounded by ancient Roman architecture in the city of Chester to the West while the south could offer you a Gothic castle in the village of Peckforton. The there is Knutsford to the East which could bring a host of chocolate box villages and hamlets to your shortlist.
With so many options available, narrowing them down can seem like a daunting task so you need to really think about what you want from a wedding venue. The venue you pick will determine how many guests you can invite, and will need to fit in with your theme and styling, but don’t forget to consider the location. The surroundings may be idyllic but will your guests be able to get there. You may want to consider whether you want exclusive use of the venue, especially if it is a relatively small place.
Before you book, ask to meet the venue’s wedding co-ordinator, and make sure you get on. A good tip is to find online reviews to check that they are reliable and will be on hand and contactable to answer any questions you may have. When I am booked to sing at a wedding, liaising with the wedding co-ordinator is one of my priorities, and a good one can make the difference between you feeling stressed and nervous on the run up to your wedding, or you feeling completely chilled out and just excited to say “I do”.