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A Rustic Retreat: A Tipi Wedding in the Lancashire Countryside

Selecting your ideal wedding venue can be one of the most difficult parts of planning a wedding. However, there’s something undeniably magical about the idea of a tipi wedding in Lancashire. The famous rolling hills, Pennines of Lancashire, and picturesque countryside create the perfect setting for your special day.

Recent years have shown a growing interest in unconventional and unique wedding venues and hiring a wedding tipi has been at the forefront of this trend. So let’s explore why a wedding tipi hire in Lancashire is a fantastic Rustic Retreat plus some of the best places for your guests to visit in Lancashire around the wedding celebrations.

The Lancashire Countryside

Lancashire, situated in the northwest of England is renowned for its remarkable countryside that boasts an array of woodlands, open fields, and rolling hills. This establishes an incredible setting for couples who love nature.

The Charm of Lancashire Tipi Weddings

Tipi weddings bring an element of rustic charm to an outdoor setting. Tipis are circular tents that can be opened to create more space. Many couples opt to dine, dance, and have a fireplace for a cozy evening all inside the tipis. The wedding ceremony, games, plus anything else usually takes place outside in the open grassland.

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Best Attractions in Lancashire

If you’re interested in extending your tipi wedding day celebrations or just want to provide some of the best nearby attractions for your guests, then these are some of the best attractions in Lancashire County.

The Lake District: A famous, well-known national park that covers over 2,000 square kilometres of breathtaking landscapes. This is heaven for hikers, bikers, and nature lovers. Despite the majority of this terrain being in the Cumbria region, the Southern edge of The Lake District lies on the northern border of Lancashire. So if your wedding is located in the north of Lancashire, why not give The Lake District a quick visit?

Blackpool: Even though Blackpool may not bring in as many tourists as it did back in the 20th century, it still continues to be a top tourist attraction. Its iconic landmarks, seaside charm, and the pleasure beach with its thrilling rides and amusement park can be a fantastic day out for any wedding guests with younger kids.

If the wedding celebrations fall between September and December, then we recommend taking a wander or tram ride along the “Golden Mile” in the late evening to see the dazzling light display of the Blackpool Illuminations.

Lancaster: A historic city that is home to the medieval Lancaster Castle. Now owned by King Charles III, this castle dates back to the 11th century when it is thought to have been used as a Roman Fort but the exact details are unknown. It was later used as a Prison for many centuries until it was deemed out of date and too costly to run in 2011. This is an ideal location to visit local markets, museums, and galleries.

Forest of Bowland: Another stunning attraction located in the North of Lancashire for any of your wedding guests who are interested in hiking, nature, and wildlife.

Seaside: Lancashire’s coastline is dotted with charming seaside towns where you can enjoy a day at the beach.

 

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