The vibrant cosmopolitan city of Leeds poses a stunning backdrop for couples looking for an urban oasis for their wedding day.
Many of its former industrial buildings have been transformed and repurposed to create unique and intimate venues.
Here’s a snap shot of some of our favourite Leeds wedding venues which offer something different from the norm.

Built in 1894 in an imposing and opulent styled building on the site of the original Leeds General Infirmary,it is rich with historic interest in the heart of Leeds City Centre.

Today it benefits from a multi-million pound restoration with many contemporary features mixing the old with the new.

Aspire offers both intimate and grand spaces with a complete bespoke service so you can choose exactly what you would like on your wedding day and how you would like it to run.

Lambert’s Yard
Housed in a collection of the city’s oldest buildings on Lower Briggate, the venue offers flexible space laid out over two floors and a large event kitchen to cater up to 250 guests.

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Left Bank Leeds
Built in 1908, Left Bank Leeds makes a beautiful and flexible space within a Grade II listed former church.
Whilst the venue doesn’t have a wedding license, couples can stage their ceremonies at the venue before or after the formalities have taken place elsewhere.

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The Faversham
Once a Victorian school, The Faversham is a unique, remarkable and memorable setting for weddings and civil ceremonies. The Faversham prides itself on not being your traditional wedding venue, and offers a relaxed setting just outside Leeds City Centre.
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The Leeds Library
The Leeds Library was opened in 1768 and moved to its current home on Commercial Street in 1808. It is a stunning grade II listed building and provides a unique setting with stunning architecture for a wedding of up to 80 guests.


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