Birmingham Wedding Venues

Getting married and now looking for Birmingham wedding venues? You’ll find here my list of the most popular venues to say “I do!”

These venues range in style from, a tradition venue reputed to be the oldest listed inhabited moated house in England, right through to a modern, quirky venue in the heart of the city with plenty of street art and graffiti to match it’s urban vibes.

Being born and raised in the area and being a Birmingham wedding photographer has it’s advantages, as I know the area like the back of my hand and can share with you a few ideas to consider when searching for somewhere to get married.

This is a list of the more well-known venues in the area that I gladly recommend for you to consider.

Outdoor Wedding Venues in Birmingham

My current favourite outdoor wedding venue in Birmingham is Moor Hall. The beautiful sunken garden is perfect for the summery outdoor wedding vibe.

Moor Hall

4 Star Country House Hotel set in acres of parkland within easy reach of the centre of Birmingham

Tipi lit up in an open field

Other Outdoor Wedding Ideas

If you can’t find a suitable wedding venue, why not plan your own, as this couple did for their own outdoor wedding?

Indoor Wedding Venues

Birmingham Botanical Gardens

15 acre botanical garden in Edgbaston Birmingham with 3 event suite licensed for civil ceremonies

Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery

Grade II listed building situated in the heart of Birmingham City Centre

Bride and groom at a Birmingham wedding venue

Edgbaston Park Hotel

Historic venue nestled in the grounds of Birmingham University in leafy Edgbaston

Fazeley Studios

A lovely restored Unitarian Chapel that blend Victorian architecture and contemporary design

Fazeley Studio in Birmingham

Hotel du Vin

1884 Victorian former Eye Hospital stands as one the finest hotels in Birmingham

Moxhull Hall

Victorian Manor House on the outskirts of Birmingham situated in 9 acres of landscaped gardens for you and your guests to enjoy

Moxhull Hall wedding venue

New Hall

This late Medieval venue once played host to Henry VIII and is reputed to be the oldest inhabited moated house in England

Plough and Harrow

This 18th Century Country House Hotel has welcomed many famous guests over the last century and has a blue plaque in honour of J.R. Tolkien who stayed here on his wedding night in 1916

The Bond

Located on the Grand Union Canal offering it’s own wharf and café for a unique city centre experience

The Old Library

Former library from 1866, situated the the heart of Birmingham’s vibrant street-scene with it’s street art and urban vibes

Wedding ceremony at a Birmingham wedding venue

The Uffculme Centre

Hidden gem located in the leafy suburbs of Mosley. A grade 2 listed building and former home of the Cadbury Family

Uffculme centre view from garden

Can’t Find What You’re Looking For?

If none of these venues suit what you’re looking for, you can expand your search by using my list of Best Wedding Venues in the West Midlands. There you’ll find 100+ venues where to get married, to help you decide on your perfect venue.