If you're looking for the ultimate wedding destination or for somewhere unusual to get married, you'll like our ideas below.
Westminster council has granted approval for civil partnership ceremonies and marriages to be held in the Palace of Westminster for the first time. Until now only MPs, peers, certain parliamentary officials and their families were allowed to get married in Parliament. In a bid to modernise Parliament, members of the public, gay and straight, will be able to book their weddings on Parliament’s website. If too many people apply, officials are likely to run a ballot to select the lucky couples. Two rooms have been approved as the venues for the civil ceremonies: the Jubilee Room and the MP's dining hall.
The ABSOLUT ICEBAR has become the first venue in the heart of London to allow marriages in temperatures of minus 5 degrees.
Imagine the day. You start with the ceremony being held in the ethereal surroundings of the ABSOLUT ICEBAR, sweeping down an aisle constructed of the purest ice harvested from the Torne River in Sweden. Then, once everyone has said 'I do' (hopefully!) you retire to the warm and intimate atmosphere of the Below Zero restaurant, with its award-winning chef.
Standing on a plane
After winning a competition for three people to 'wing walk', a couple from Wales decided that it would be the perfect place to get married. The bride and groom each had their very own plane, along with the vicar who stood strapped to the utterly butterly aeroplanes flying just ahead. The vicar then read out the vowes and the happy pair responded through a microphone, as they could not hear each other otherwise, because of the loud noise of the wind and the engine.
Many golf fans who love the outdoors have decided to elope in London's main golf course in Burntwood lane, as they feel it has a nice atmosphere, and is great to get married doing the sport they love and in their favourite location. It is also popular as they guarantee that you will be the only wedding that day, making it very personal to the couples.
Disney World wedding
Many hundreds of people have been recorded to have their wedding at Disney World in Florida in the famous Wedding pavilion. It has been known for the bride, groom, bridesmaids and often the guests to dress up as Walt Disney characters and then go on rides afterwards instead of the reception. It has been known for married couples to then have their honeymoon in one of the luxury hotels.