Liverpool Town Hall Wedding Fair THIS SUNDAY – free entry

Liverpool’s Grade 1 listed Town Hall is the home of The Lord Mayor of Liverpool, and is recognised as one of the finest surviving town halls of the 18th Century with it’s beautiful Georgian architecture.

It is also one of Liverpool’s most iconic wedding venues due to it’s stunning decor and choice of rooms on offer for a wedding ceremony, partnership of wedding reception.

This majestic building is full of rich history and elegance and its imposing grandeur will make your perfect day even more memorable, as well as providing an impressive back drop for all your wedding day photographs. Liverpool Town Hall has played host to many of the city’s prestigious events, including Royal Visits and a Beatles homecoming – your wedding could be next on the list.

Liverpool Town Hall respect religious, ethnic and social differences and are proud to host all types of wedding celebrations, including traditional white weddings, multi-cultural weddings, Jewish and Asian ceremonies, same-sex ceremonies and the renewal of vows.

The extensive choice of licensed rooms and spaces offer a stylish and glamorous option for both your civil ceremony and wedding reception whilst their experienced Venue Services team are on hand to with a wealth of knowledge and expertise to ensure you and your guests have a day you’ll never forget.

Wedding Show

Join us on Sunday 4th November for the chance to view this stunning venue for your wedding day.  And don’t worry if you have already picked your venue as their are over 40 exhibitors on hand to help you plan the rest of your wedding.

  • free entry
  • open 11am to 3pm
  • 40 exhibitors
  • 2 catwalk shows, 12pm & 2pm
  • latest designer wedding dress collections from leading designers
  • live entertainment and music
  • free wedding magazine
  • special offers and exclusive show discounts
  • cafe
  • show-rounds of the venue
  • no need to pre-register, just turn up on the day
  • everyone welcome

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