Different Or Unusual Reception Venues?

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    MrsBoucher2B2012

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    Me and H2B are looking for our reception venue, a few night ago he mentioned that we should try and come up with some different, unusual/unique venues just so we have the option to do something different. The chances are we will go for St Mary's Hotel in Pencoed but i thought i had better entertain his whim because he is being great about everything.

    So ladies and Ian i need help i have had a complete mental block, any ideas no matter how crazy are welcome.
     
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    Did you watch 4 weddings this week, with the wedding in the bowling alley?
     
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    Or on a boat! Lol! I saw that 4 weddings too.
     
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    Sorry pressed post before I'd finished! My friend recently got married in the Dome Cinema in Worthing, it was absolutely lovely.

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    I found this website, dont know if it will be of any help. Good luck, I think it's wonderful to do something a little different. My friend managed to find a lot of film accessories to go along with the cinema theme.
     
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    I adore this place in north Devon lush wedding venue

    sooooo unusual but lovely.

    I'm looking at a civil ceremony in a hut in some woods also and then onto a pretty Devon village hall for our reception I hope. I can't afford the beach place but I soooo love it.
     
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    yeah i saw four weddings, felt sorry for the one that had to cancel her wedding.

    There are some great venues on that website juliak none anywhere near us unfortunately. I should of mention it is very boring around here

    i agree poppleminster it is lovely i want it
     
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