As a Liverpool based wedding photographer and wedding pianist I regularly visit local wedding venues and become aquainted with the coodinators and experience first hand a typical wedding day at these venues, so I have compiled a list of my top ten recommended wedding venues in Liverpool (in no particular order)
The Venue at the Royal Liver Building
The Liver Building and the Liver Birds are one of Liverpool's most famous landmarks, I highly recommend this one for the fantastic location and panoramic views overlooking the river Mersey. The venue has very friendly and helpful staff and the space inside is a large all white blank canvas, ready for your own special touch. https://royalliverbuildingvenue.co.uk/weddings/
Sefton Park Palm House
This once derelict victorian conservatory is now a well loved venue for all types of local events and weddings. Set in the middle of Sefton Park it is perfect for a summer wedding.
Isla Gladstone Conservatory
Another once derelict victorian conservatory situated just next to Stanley Park, the Isla Gladstone conservatory is also now a great venue for weddings and events in the north of the city
A fairly new venue set in the baltic triangle area of the city, the surounding streets are always good for a photo shoot and the venue itself has a roof top balcony overlooking the Anglican cathedral. Siren is perfect for smaller weddings and has wicked food and great atmophere.
St George's Hall
Not only is St George’s Hall one of Liverpool’s landmark wedding venues, it is also one of the finest neo-classical buildings in the world, providing a setting like no other for wedding ceremonies, wedding breakfasts and weddings of scale and grandeur.
In a prime city centre location, Bluecoat is one of Liverpool’s oldest buildings with a rich 300-year history. The unique and exciting setting is the perfect place to hold quirky wedding celebrations that are like no other.
Hope St. Hotel
Set in the heart of the city centre and with great views overlooking the Liverpool skyline from the top floor function room, Hope St. hotel is a modern hotel with a cool resident's lounge/piano bar downstairs.
Ok this one's not in Liverpool but it's well worth travelling the 30 miles from Liverpool if you're into romantic fairytale weddings. A medieval castle style hotel set in the rolling Cheshire countryside, it has it all from the long sweeping drive up to the main gates, the Great hall with it's large stain glass windows and wall tapestries to it's very own chapel, it's perfect for any daring knight to marry his princess.