While some wedding venues are vast blank spaces which you can fill with bright blooms, colourful details and plenty of lighting, others are already imaginatively designed and full of character. If you are looking for a place that is undoubtedly unique and provides endless opportunities for your wedding photographer, be prepared to go off the beaten path. From upscale beachfront hotels to decadent city bars and decadent country villas, you can find stunning colourful settings in the most unexpected corners of the world, and we have selected seven jaw-dropping wedding venues awash with vibrant hues and patterns…
Boasting three breath-taking indoor venues and a charming garden, Sujan Rajmahal Palace is a one-of-a-kind boutique hotel in India. The Colonnade is painted in turquoise blue and white, 51 shades of pink celebrates Jaipur as Rajasthan’s ‘Pink City’ and the Orient Occident has walls painted with bright florals.
Painted in bubble gum pink, The Royal Hawaiian Resort has gorgeous terraces overlooking the iconinc Waikiki Beach as well as two lavish ballrooms inside, all bursting with colour and luxury. Opening in 1927, this wedding venue is also known as the ‘Pink Palace of the Pacific’.
Nestled in Highland Park, between Los Angeles downtown and Pasadena, The Fig House is a unique event venue jam-packed with colourful furniture and elegant décor. The design by Steve Fortunato and Emily Henderson is a fun mix of Art Déco and contemporary aesthetics with a nod to the rich history of Highland Park.
Stylishly designed Halcyon House is a chic beachside property in Northern New South Wales. The venue comprises of a beachfront pool, a terrace area and the Paper Daisy restaurant which is styled with timber tables, patterned chairs, cushions, paintings, vintage china and colourful lamps.
Located in the 18th century building in the heart of Mayfair, Sketch is one of London’s most unique venues. Designed by Mourad Mazouz, it boasts 6 incredible avant-garde rooms including the Gallery which is painted pink and features David Shirgley’s drawings on the wall, the flamboyant, multi-coloured Parlour Room and the Library which is ideal for intimate celebrations.
With the scenic San Jacinto mountains as the backdrop, The Saguaro is famous for it multi-coloured colour scheme. Have your ceremony or cocktail hour on the courtyard’s lawn, then have up to 200 guests in one of the ballrooms for your reception. The 244 rooms are reasonably priced and are just colourful on the inside.
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