Join us on Sunday 13th October for the Liverpool Town Hall Wedding Show. It’s FREE ENTRY for everyone and open 11am to 3pm.
The goody bags are free to every bride or groom who attend the show; however over the next 12 months we are raising vital funds for Ronald McDonald House Liverpool and have pledged to raise £2,000 in total ending with our director Joanne running the London Marathon in April 2020, therefore we are asking for a small voluntary contribution to be made for the goody bags of £1. Everyone who makes a donation will be entered into a draw to win 2 x VIP tickets for The Liverpool & North West Wedding Show 18/19 January 2020. To find out why we are raising money for RMCH please click HERE.
Liverpool Town Hall is without doubt one of the most stunning venues in the heart of the city.
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.
The venue respects all religious and ethnic cultures and are proud to host all types of wedding celebrations, including traditional white weddings, multi-cultural weddings, Jewish and Asian ceremonies, same-sex marriages and the renewal of vows.
Their extensive choice of licensed rooms and spaces offer a stylish and glamorous option for both your civil ceremony and wedding reception and their experienced Venue Services team will be on-hand to at the Wedding Show with a wealth of knowledge and expertise to ensure you and your guests have a day you’ll never forget – and to show you their many options available to you at the Town Hall.
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