Wedding Venues in Sussex

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Why should you choose Sussex as the location for a wedding?

Known for being one of the sunniest places in the UK and boasting acres of stunning countryside, quaint villages and dramatic coastline it’s easy to understand why so many couples choose Sussex as the backdrop to their wedding day. When it comes to finding the perfect wedding venue you will not be disappointed at the different types of spaces dotted throughout that you will be able to get married in. Be sure to take a tour of more than one potential location as you will be amazed at what different venues are able to offer.

What are the best Sussex Beachside wedding venues?

Sussex’s famous coastline draws many couples to its shores to say their I do’s. The Grand Hotel in Eastbourne and Brighton Beach Club are two Sussex beachside wedding venues that are hard to top. That said, you will find plenty of unique beachside wedding venues up and down the coast ready to welcome you for your wedding day and work with you to create the wedding day of your dreams.

How should you budget for a wedding in Sussex?

With the average wedding in Sussex costing just under £17 000, budgeting is an extremely important part of the wedding process if you want to ensure you go into married life together without tonnes of debt. Budgeting for a wedding can be tough so make sure that you and your partner sit down and have a frank conversation about how you are going to finance the wedding. Bear in mind that the biggest costs involved in the day are likely to be your venue and catering costs, so if you are looking to keep costs down, start by trimming your guestlist and finding a wedding venue well within budget.

What time does the typical wedding in Sussex end?

Sussex weddings can be relaxed and laid back as well as wild and raucous affairs! The type of wedding you are planning will have an impact on what time your wedding ends. Although there is no set time on when a wedding ends often an invite will suggest that the wedding reception will end 11pm-1am. However, this is subject to the wedding venue closing times so be sure to check ahead of time before organising your entertainment such as a DJ. if you are having a wedding in a hotel, you may find that the venue stays open later for guests.

Is Sussex suitable for a military wedding?

East and West Sussex are great places to get married, with its numerous military links and great location. Military weddings often come with added pomp and ceremony which look great against the backdrop of some of the ceremonial venues that you can find throughout Sussex. If you have guests arriving from out of town, you might also want to think about hiring a venue that has accommodation nearby available for guests. One of the most important things when it comes to military weddings… be sure to get wedding insurance for any last minute changes that could occur.

Is it possible to get married in a restaurant in Sussex?

Holding your wedding reception in a restaurant is a great idea for any ‘foodies’ who are also looking for a way to have an elegant and chic party after your nuptials. If you book far enough in advance many of your favourite restaurants will be open to the idea of booking out their entire venue for you to celebrate meaning you can decorate and celebrate in complete privacy. Many venues also have smaller side rooms that offer complete privacy when it comes to celebrating your special day.