Planning your wedding in the North? Newcastle and the surrounding area is packed with beautiful wedding venues. Why not take a look at some of the top wedding venues in the area to see if they might help you decide on the venue for your big day: 

As You Like It 

With one of the area’s biggest function rooms, designed by a young local designer, you won't be disappointed when you hold your wedding at As You Like It in Jesmond. It's fantastic value, with their wedding package starting at just £34.95 and including a three course wedding breakfast, tea or coffee, menu tasting for the bride and groom, a bottle of bubbly for the bride and groom, table linen, room hire, a Toastmaster and a first anniversary meal for the bride and groom in the restaurant. It even offers a choice between two menu items for guests to select from on the day, which is always hugely popular because you can ensure you accommodate your guests’ tastes. With options like a great kids menu, canap├ęs, an evening buffet and great drinks packages, this stunning venue offers something for everyone, no matter what your wedding style.  

Blackfriars Restaurant 

With a pretty courtyard and a stunning medieval banqueting hall, the Blackfriars Restaurant is a great choice for your big day. With a dedicated wedding coordinator, this former friary can deliver everything you could possibly imagine for your wedding day and more. You can hold both your ceremony and your reception here, and in terms of catering for your wedding, there is a huge choice on offer, which makes it a great budget friendly option. You can choose to host just a lunch should you so choose, or a more traditional wedding breakfast and evening buffet style reception. Using locally sourced, in season produce, the meals here are guaranteed to be delicious.  

Discovery Museum 

For somewhere a little different, why not choose to marry at the Discovery Museum? With an Art Deco feel, the Great Hall is a stunning venue in which to enjoy your wedding breakfast and the Turbina Gallery is a wonderful place for a drinks reception, offering views over the entire museum. You could even arrange a museum tour if you want to keep your guests entertained all day. You can opt for any number of catering options, from a quaint afternoon tea, to a sumptuous banquet for hundreds of people, and even dine next to what was the fastest ship in the world should you so choose. It's guaranteed to be a wedding to remember and the venue will certainly have your guests talking about it for years to come.  

There are of course many other venues in the area from which to choose, from hotels to stately homes, castles to restaurants. You really will be spoiled for choice when it comes to choosing where to marry here for an amazing Northern wedding - just remember to give details of hotels to out of town guests (you'll find some popular hotels here https://www.travelodge.co.uk/hotels/book/newcastle-hotels) so they have somewhere to stay. Happy planning! 
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