A private members' club occupying three Georgian townhouses in Westminster, Home House is where Gwen Stefani and Gavin Rossdale had their reception back in 2002.
It's the perfect location for an intimate city wedding – it can accommodate up to 80 guests – and has some fabulous rooms to get married in. Say 'I do' in the great drawing room before celebrating in one of the grand dining rooms or garden.
Then relax in the club's 20 individually decorated bedrooms.
Drumtochty Castle, Auchenblae, Scotland
A venue fit for a king, this castle provides a magical setting for weddings. It's also the venue where James McAvoy married Anne-Marie Duff.
Hidden in a wild, woodland glen, you can hold your ceremony by the tranquil loch or in the fairytale church in summer before enjoying a sumptuous banquet in the ballroom. The venue can accommodate up to 120 guests.
Cliveden House, Berkshire
This stately home has seen guests from Winston Churchill to Robert Downey Jr pass through its doors.
TV presenter Ant McPartlin married Lisa Armstrong at Cliveden in 2006.
Enjoy the acres of National Trust parkland and the ultimate dining experience. Wedding packages are priced from £170 per person for mid-week hire.
An iconic London hotel, Claridge's has been a favourite with stars and socialites for more than 100 years.
In 2010, David Walliams and Lara Stone tied the knot there. The wedding, which was very traditional, was attended by various celebrities including Matt Lucas, Denise Van Outen and Rusell Brand. After the ceremony, guests feasted on a very British three-course meal of cheese, fish and chips and a knickerbocker glory!
There are lots of rooms to choose from in this gorgeous hotel, including the Rococo-style French salon to the stunning ballroom, with room hire starting from £500 for the smaller rooms.
Lime Wood Hotel, Hampshire
Sophie Dahl and Jamie Cullum held their chic wedding reception at this elegant country house hotel, which oozes charm.
If you're looking for a really exclusive wedding venue, why not have your wedding mid-week when you can have the hotel all to yourself? The ceremony and reception can accommodate up to 60 guests.
Westminster Registry Office, London
Formerly known as Marylebone Town Hall, this is the rock and roll celebrity wedding venue. In fact Sir Paul McCartney liked it so much, he got married there twice – first to Linda and then to his third wife, Nancy Shevell.
Other celebrities to tie the knot here include Sean Bean, Liam Gallagher (to both Patsy Kensit and Nicole Appleton) and erm… Bob Monkhouse!
Couples can choose from four rooms – the tiny Yellow Room, which holds 20 guests, the Blue Room, which holds 30, the Purple Room, which holds 80 or the grand, wood panelled Reception Room which holds 100 guests.