East Bridgford Hill
With panoramic views down the valley a home that breathes style and grace

BEST WESTERN PLUS West Retford Hotel
The West Retford Hotel is an elegant 18th century manor house. The five acres of beautifully landscaped gardens will make the perfect backdrop for your photographs and will bring your wedding day dreams to life.

Forever Green
A gay friendly wedding venue nestled in 70 acres of woodland on the edge of Nottingham

Mercure Hotel Nottingham
The hotel has recently undergone a multi million pound refurbishment

The Old Vicarage Boutique Hotel Nottingham
The perfect venue to hold your wedding breakfast, civil ceremonies and receptions

Harts Hotel
A contemporary, privately owned boutique hotel with its own garden. Minutes from the centre of Nottingham.

Langar Hall
Charming small hotel and restaurant in the Vale of Belvoir 12 miles SE of Nottingham renowned for good food and friendly service.

Photography and Video

My Family Pictures
Natural shots portraying the essence of your special day


haus of gaga
The top lady gaga tribute show

Wedding suppliers who also cover this county


Evelyn Silver of Star Ceremonies

Ruby B Ceremonies

Cakes and catering

The English Chocolate Fountain Company


Spotlights Disco

Photography and video

Lumiere Photography


Class in a Coat

Further information about this county

The Midlands county of Nottinghamshire, famous for Sherwood Forest, is a very convenient location for your wedding - being well connected by transport.

The city of Nottingham itself has many hotels and wedding venues and is well known for its Lace Market and Goose Fair held every October.

The other main towns in the county, where you will find a range of wedding venues are Mansfield and Worksop.

You could have readings at your gay wedding from one of the area's most famous sons - DH Lawrence - perhaps Women in Love?

For wedding guests wanting to extend their stay, there are plenty of tourist attractions including the Caves of Nottingham, Nottingham Castle Museum and art gallery, and the Tudor mansion Wollaton Hall.

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