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PUBLISHED: 14:27 08 January 2018 | UPDATED: 14:43 23 January 2018

Archant Bride's first ever national Online Venue Guide

Archant Bride's first ever national Online Venue Guide

AlexBrylov

A diverse array of dazzling wedding venues is just a click away in Archant Bride’s first ever national Online Venue Guide

Allowing brides- and grooms-to-be to browse regional venues quickly and conveniently, Bride’s Online Venue Guide 2018 is now live.

Featuring more than 75 venues across the U.K. - spanning from Yorkshire to the South West, the Online Venue Guide takes the hassle out of the hunt in finding the perfect setting for the big day.

Users can find their area using the regional navigational tabs, before browsing the guide to see which venue stands out from the rest.

Mobile and tablet friendly, the Online Venue Guide can be accessed on the go. Couples are even invited to delve inside and explore the variety of venues on offer from the comfort of home.

Click here to access the Online Venue Guide 2018

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