Love Lane Brewery Weddings

Love Lane Brewery Wedding Venue Liverpool

If you’re looking for a quirky and unique wedding venue with an industrial vibe then Love Lane Brewery might be worth a look!

Situated in the Baltic Triangle this converted rubber factory, opened in 2016, could be the perfect venue if you’re a beer lover like me! It’s a beautiful and spacious venue in one of the coolest parts of the city, with loads of photo opportunities in the area if you love colourful graffiti and want non-traditional wedding photography!

The venue is perfect for wedding celebrations, big or small. It’s fully licensed so you can have your ceremony and party all in one place, which takes a lot of the faff out of wedding planning logistics! Split into two sections, you have the main venue space for larger weddings (110 seated for dinner and 200 for dancing) as well as the Mezzanine for more intimate weddings.

I’ve shot weddings in both spaces and they’ve both been really laid-back and fun, with amazing food and beer flowing throughout the day (other alcoholic beverages are available)! The head chef and events manager work with you to design your bespoke menu. You can have arrival drinks, canapés, sharing boards, bowl food, informal buffets, sit down dinners, late night bar snacks and a bespoke wine menu.

Slightly off topic, but I can hand on heart say that Love Lane do one of the best Sunday roasts in Liverpool!

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Wedding portraits around Love Lane Brewery

One of the things I love about Love Lane Brewery is its location in the Baltic Triangle, a creative and colourful part of Liverpool. Obviously this is ideal for me and my relaxed and colourful photography style! The area is FULL of colourful graffiti artwork, starting with the outside walls of the brewery itself.

A short walk away you have Jamaica Street where you can find artwork by Paul Curtis and Sean Webster. Keep walking up towards Cains Brewery and you’ll see New Bird Skatepark where I’ve taken plenty of my couples! A quick right turn by Camp & Furnace you’ll find more gorgeous artwork, before heading back down towards Love Lane (not actually on Love Lane but Bridgewater Street!)

If you are looking for a colourful, relaxed wedding photographer for your Love Lane Brewery wedding then please get in touch for a chat!

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