Sitting your guests in a swimming pool sounds slightly bonkers, but when it's as fetching and, importantly, devoid of water as Victoria Baths,
A truly unusual venue presents itself at the Royal Navy Submarine Museum –the opportunity to get wed on the submarine HMS Alliance. The ceremony can be on board or you and your guests can have a guided tour,
Cornglaze Caverns offers four locations to tie the knot, one being on the shores of a dramatic underground lake in a candlelit chamber.
The Alnwick Garden is home to this impressive tree house which offers a beautiful, fairy-tale setting of wood, greenery and twinkling lights, private decking, rope walkways and log fires.
Dine in style at The Scotch Whisky Experience, surrounded by an impressive selection of whiskies on all walls. The private vault can cater for 10 guests total with an intimate, exclusive and wholly VIP experience,
The National Marine Aquarium can seat up to 130 guests (on dry land) with a serene sea-life backdrop in the form of the Eddystone Reef exhibit.
Forget stately homes: this National Trust property involves a neoclassical 18th-century rotunda. Set in Downhill Demesne and Hezlett House,
This East London warehouse (previously a mechanics, hence the name MC Motors) comes minus a wedding licence, but with masses of space and an Aladdin's cave of vintage props.
Borough Market is London's oldest market and licensed for weddings. The impressive, high-ceiling Market Hall has a 250-person capacity, while Three Crown Square can host up to 200 people, and has a fully restored Victorian glass and ironwork roof.
While we wait for actual orbit weddings to become a thing, geek out with the National Space Center. Celebrate your union surrounded by unique exhibits and space-related artifacts, explore the Rocket Tower and dance your first dance under the stars.