Victoria Warehouse is truly a wedding venue like no other. The only industrial wedding destination in Manchester, the venue is one of Manchester’s hidden gems. They are experts in creating bespoke and special moments for couples looking for a more modern aesthetic.
With exposed walls, stone floors and a raw urban backdrop, the simplicity of the venue provides a completely unique and innovative backdrop for your wedding day.
Built in the early 1900s as a cotton storage facility, the Victoria Warehouse buildings have stood as a symbol of Manchester’s industrial strength and innovation for a century. Since then, careful renovations have made it a venue to capture the imagination and create a surprisingly romantic setting.
As Manchester gears up for the wedding season, the team have put together a special wedding open day to give prospective couples a chance to view their fabulous venue, chat to their wedding co-ordinators and discuss all the details necessary for planning their big day.
The free event will take place in The Bays, Victoria Warehouse’s most popular event space – two adjoining areas totalling over 100sqm, with a large pre-function space kitted out with a feature bar leading into the main room. The Bays offer an ideal transition if you’re looking to move from a drinks reception into a banquet.
Victoria Warehouse works with award-winning caterers Grape and Grain, whose vast experience working on many events around the venue ensures they provide outstanding service, create imaginative menus and help the Victoria Warehouse team deliver unprecedented events every time.
Using only the finest and freshest produce, Grape and Grain source locally wherever possible and try to extend this philosophy to their wines and beverage selections, too. Their team of highly experienced chefs love a challenge and have created some wild and wonderful menus, from Alice in Wonderland themed plates to forest picnics.
So if you’re looking for a venue with a style that’s completely unique, head to Victoria Warehouse for a day you will never forget.
Sunday 13th May from 11am to 3pm.