Love will often make you feel like you’re walking on clouds, and one couple decided to turn that feeling into reality. A British couple stood on two airplanes as they were promising eternal love to each other. We admire this couple for getting married in such a creative way, and we also assume that neither of them had a fear of flying, and that the bride was having a great hair day. Even if we’re wrong about this love conquers all, right?

When two people are in love weddings happen in Taco Bells, donut shops, and many more locations where you’d never picture yourself saying ‘I do’. Love will surely make you do unimaginable and even unusual things, so let’s start with our top 10 list of the most unusual wedding venues. Ready?

  1. New York Public Library

The second largest public library in the United States, New York Public Library, is known for being one of the country’s most important cultural institutions that treasures about 53 million items. What NYPL is also known for are weddings. Getting married in NYPL is possible under certain conditions.

You must provide NYPL with a written outline of what you planned for your wedding ceremony, and of course, get their permission. Another thing you’ll need is verification that a government official will be performing the ceremony.  After you rent space for your special event at New York Public Library, and get all permissions you need, you can enjoy your big day at this unusual wedding venue.

Get married at the New York Public Library.

Photo by: Clint Spaulding for Patrick McMullan

On a funny note, at weddings guests usually whisper and talk about a bride, speculate about the cost of the wedding, etc. However, we cannot but wonder should a soon-to-be-married couple and a government official whisper as well, since the wedding is at the library – just some food for thought.

  1. Golden Gate Bridge

Do you know when people say – we’ll cross that bridge when we get to it? Well, for some couples crossing the bridge is the first step of married life. You guessed it, the next wedding venue is a bridge, and not any bridge, but Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco. Can you imagine watching a sunset over the San Francisco Bay in the arms of your loved one? We hear some gasps.

Golden Gate Bridge

Golden Gate Bridge

Photo Source: Pixabay

  1. The Tree House – The Lodge, Scotland

Many girls have planned how they want their wedding to be with their friends in a little tree house. However, not many of them imagined that they’d actually be getting married in a tree house. The Lodge is a five-star retreat in Scotland where couples make the big step. If you ever imagined a small intimate wedding, then the Lodge is the perfect wedding venue for you, as you can have up to 24 guests. Did we mention the stunning view of Lake Goil? It’s magnificent, and adds just that little something special to any wedding.

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Photo Source The Lodge on Loch Goil

  1. The Underground Cavern – Wookey Hole Caves, Somerset

Our next wedding venue is a very unique place that both brides and grooms will enjoy. The Underground Cavern in Somerset is a really beautiful and just a bit mysterious place to say ‘I do’.  The chambers are lit with candles, and have the most diverse rock formations and clear pools. Just imagine this pleasant atmosphere. As far as your guest list goes, you can have just a few close friends and family at your wedding. Should you decide to have a bit bigger wedding, the Underground Cavern can accommodate up to 100 people.

Wookey Hole Cave

Wookey Hole Cave Photo by: Becks

  1. The Edinburgh Zoo

If you were interested in reading this article, the chances are you want your wedding to be something unique. Well, on our list of the most unusual wedding venues we have another, let’s say, exotic place – the Edinburgh Zoo. Although mansions and red carpets aren’t the first thing that pops into your mind when you think of a zoo this is what a wedding in the Edinburgh Zoo offers to soon-to-be-married couples. Add to that magnificent views of nature, and a visit to the zoo for guests, and you have a recipe for both an entertaining and elegant wedding ceremony.

The Edinburgh Zoo

The Edinburgh Zoo

Photo by Niki Odolphie

  1. La Fenice Opera House, Venice

Venice has almost become synonymous with romance. Getting married even on a parking lot in Venice is romantic. However, one of the classiest places to get married in Italy is La Fenice Opera House – unless some couples really want to tie the knot on a parking lot. This magnificent Venice Opera House brings glamour and beauty to any event. Can you imagine a wedding in such a splendid venue?

Venice Opera House

Venice Opera House

Photo Source: La Fenice auditorium” by Photo: Andreas Praefcke – Own work (own photograph). Licensed under CC BY 3.0 via Wikimedia Commons.

  1. Hotel de Glace – Quebec City

For those who want an extraordinary wedding, Hotel de Glace is the perfect choice. Situated in Quebec City there’s a really unique chapel – a chapel made of ice. Actually, Hotel de Glace, as the name suggests, is made of ice, or to be more precise 15, 000 tons of snow and ice. Couples don’t have to worry about the cold, as they have love for each other to keep them warm… and hot tubs and a sauna. Also, the floor is covered with a thick white carpet, and brides get amazing wedding dresses. The hotel has a collection of the most beautiful wedding dresses designed especially for Hotel de Glace brides. If you want your wedding to be cool, Ice Hotel will make it ice cold.

Ice Hotel

Ice Hotel

By Clément Belleudy (Ice Chapel, on Flickr) [CC BY-SA 2.0], via Wikimedia Commons

  1. Atlantis Marine World in Riverhead, Long Island

Getting married in Long Island sounds usual, but getting married at the Atlantis Marine World in Riverhead might not be that usual. Why? Well, weddings that take place here involve sharks and sand tigers. Although the level of security of a wedding ceremony is at the highest level possible it takes two very bold people to say their vows underwater. There are steel cages to keep a bride and a groom safe, but still we’re talking about a shark tank. This is a bit scary, but certainly memorable wedding ceremony.

Atlantis Marine World

Atlantis Marine World

By Americasroof (Own work) [CC BY-SA 3.0], via Wikimedia Commons

  1. The Titanic Museum, Tennessee

Couples who decide to head over to Tennessee are in for a very romantic surprise. Namely, Tennessee is home to Dollywood – a theme park with a Titanic Museum. If you think Leonardo DiCaprio and Kate Winslet were a sweet couple in Titanic, then it’s time you lived your own love story at the same setting these two Hollywood stars had. Can you imagine standing on the Grand Staircase as you look at the person you want to spend your life with?

Titanic Museum

Titanic Museum

By Doug Coldwell (Own work.) [CC BY-SA 3.0 or GFDL], via Wikimedia Commons

  1. Ulusaba, South Africa

If you want something wild for your wedding day, you should have a safari wedding at Ulusaba, South Africa. It’s exotic, adventurous, and most certainly unusual. Saying ‘I do’ surrounded by Africa’s wildlife is exciting, but not everything about getting married in Ulusaba is wild. Couples get a wedding cake, breakfast in bed, and a massage for the happy couple. Sounds like a perfect combination of adventure and relaxation – wrapped up in one of the happiest days in life.

Ulusaba

Ulusaba

By Jimmy Wales [CC BY 2.0], via Wikimedia Commons

These have been our picks for the top 10 most unusual wedding venues. If you know some wedding venues that are even more unusual than the ones we’ve picked, feel free to share them with us in the comment section.

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