Birmingham city is an eccentric blend of ancient buildings which manifest old English history and traditions, and the modern architecture and design which portrays the recent developments and urbanization in the region.
Among important buildings and landmarks in the city include the Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery in the
Chamberlain Square. The museum has archaeology, ceramics, ethnography, fine art, and metalwork and history institution. Another historic Geo Gothic building is the Ikon Gallery which was once a Victorian board school. Yet another landmark is the Jacobean-style mansion Aston Hall built in 1618.
Most of the ancient buildings that remain are converted into museums, galleries or luxury hotels. These are ideal spots for setting up a wedding event as well as they are fully equipped with modern facilities and manifest English traditions and culture. West Midland wedding photographers can grab the opportunity and take beautiful snaps in any one of these exotic venue locations.
An unusual venue for wedding celebrations, yet a very versatile place, is the venueBirmingham at the University of Birmingham. There are different venues in this elegant and historic place, which can host weddings, civil ceremonies and the celebrations that follow. They also serve as picturesque sites for memorable Birmingham wedding photography.
One of the venues here is the Great Hall. This is the ceremonial hall for the University with its majestic marble foyer and the towering stained glass windows. Used throughout the university’s academic calendar, it has hosted the 2010 Party Leaders Debate as well. It is located in the red brick Victorian buildings and is absolutely awe inspiring. Birmingham Wedding Photographers find the place to add a depth of grandeur to their Reportage Wedding Photography. This stunningly beautiful and spacious hall can seat even 1,000 guests in theatre style. The foyer, with its domed ceiling and trompe l’oeil paintings, is ideal for drinks before dinner at the Great Hall.
The Edwardian style Horton Grange is another attractive venue with its lovely serene gardens. The decorative ceilings and the artistic mouldings and lovely archways allow Wedding Photographers in West Midlands to frame the bride and groom in romantic poses adding charm to the pictures of the big day. Horton Grange can seat up to 80 guests. The Conservatory, adjoining the Grange, can accommodate 88 guests for a seated breakfast and the evening buffet can entertain nearly 150 guests.
Another stunning location here, which is ideal for an intimate wedding with not more than 60 guests, is the Garth House, which is a Grade II listed building. This is situated in the wooded grounds and a more romantic background for Birmingham Wedding Photography is difficult to imagine.
Yet another impressive place is the Noble Room, which can stylishly hold 300 guests in a banquet style dining. For a more contemporary feel, the Hub, at the Vale Village, offers a venue for a wedding reception.
With its several options in wedding venues and celebration services, the VenueBirmingham is an ideal choice for holding a perfect wedding event, big or small.