Israeli dancing after Jewish wedding at Princes Rood Synagogue, Liverpool
View Along Queen Avenue In Liverpool City Centre
Queen Avenue Liverpool City

One fact that surprises everyone is that I was born in Liverpool. Although I was only three months when we moved to Leeds in Yorkshire, long before any accent developed, I moved back to Merseyside some 18 years later, and it’s a city I love to call home!

In 1207 Livpul, [Liverpool’s name has seen many changes over the year], was officially recognised as a new borough, and a castle built on what is now called castle street. It was, however, the completion of the world’s first wet commercial dock in 1715 that would catapult the city’s future thus provide it with some of the fantastic wedding venues we enjoy today.

In the years that followed 1715 Liverpool grew to become one of the most important cities in the world. By the beginning of the 19th Century up to 40% of all global trade passed through its docks. Huge volume of trade created vast amounts of money and wealth. Evidence of which forms the backbone of the city’s architecture today. St Georges Hall, The Liver Building. 30 James Street & The Hard Days Night Hotel are part of this rich history.

Liverpool today is a city of true ethnic and cultural diversity. Liverpool is a city that not only houses the Anglican Cathedral, the largest religious building in the UK, but is also home to the UK’s first mosque, Princes Road Synagogue, and was home to one of the first Chinese communities in the UK.

Street photography is something I have loved for many years and something I love to incorporate into my city weddings. Like in Manchester and Chester, I love getting out and celebrating the city with my Liverpool couples. Using not only the venue but the city as a backdrop creates some truly unique images. While it can feel daunting at first, it often feels like the whole city is celebrating your day with you.

If you love Liverpool, but the city isn’t quite your style, you will be pleased to find the city also offers an abundance of unique venues and open spaces. Within easy reach of Liverpool, you will find to name just a few, Sefton Park Palm House, Calderstones Mansion House, Colshaw Hall and Moels Hall Tithe Barn.

WEDDING VENUES IN LIVERPOOL

ROYAL LIVER BUILDING – THE VENUE

Royal Liver Building Liverpool, Liver bird against blue sky

Possibly Liverpool’s most famous landmark, The Royal Liver Building, is one of the Three Graces that define the city skyline. Flanked by The Cunard and the Port of Liverpool Buildings, The Royal Liver Building is the undisputed jewel in the crown, adorned by two Liver Birds. Did you know, however, that it is also a wedding venue, suitably named “The Venue”?

Want to learn more about The Royal Liver Building and get all the details you need to plan your wedding? Check out our full Royal Liver Building venue guide here

HARD DAYS NIGHT

Wedding dress on piano in John Lennon Suite at the Hard Days Night Hotel

The “Fab Four” star Hard Days Night Hotel is the world’s only Beatles-inspired hotel and a truly unique venue for any wedding. Located on North John Street and at the heart of Liverpool’s “Beatles Quarter,” the Hard Days Night Hotel is one of over 1,550 listed buildings in Liverpool. On arrival, guests are greeted by the magnificent marble colonnade and grand staircase entrance.

Want to learn more about Hard Days Night Hotel and get all the details you need to plan your wedding? Check out our Hard Days Night Hotel venue guide here

LEASOWE CASTLE

Leasow Castle Winter Wedding

The “Fab Four” star Hard Days Night Hotel is the world’s only Beatles-inspired hotel and a truly unique venue for any wedding. Located on North John Street and at the heart of Liverpool’s “Beatles Quarter,” the Hard Days Night Hotel is one of over 1,550 listed buildings in Liverpool. On arrival, guests are greeted by the magnificent marble colonnade and grand staircase entrance.

Want to learn more about Leasowe Castle and get all the details you need to plan your wedding? Check out our complete guide here

MANSION HOUSE

Front of Mansion House at Calderstones Park Liverpool

This Grade II listed building is nestled among 94 acres of parkland in one of Liverpool’s most beautiful green spaces. Originally built as a private home in 1825, the house takes its name from the park’s Calderstones. These six neolithic sandstone boulders are believed the be the remains of a dolmen. The park is also home to the Allerton Oak, which is estimated to be over 1,000 years old!

Want to learn more about the Mansion House and get all the details you need to plan your wedding? Check out our complete guide here

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