If you are looking for the perfect venue for your special day, The News asked our readers to recommend the best places to get married in and around the city. Here are the 16 wedding venues you recomended.
If you are looking for a more traditional venue, this church in Milton makes a grand place for a wedding.
Why not get married with the best views in Portsmouth. The Spinnaker Tower can be booked as a wedding venue and makes for a truly awe inspiring setting.
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If you are a Pompey mad couple, then your dream wedding could be at Fratton Park! The ground has a number of lounges that can be used as a venue.
This church in Old Portsmouth was backed as one of the best wedding venues in the city by our readers.
This grand hotel in Shirrell Heath was recommended as a great wedding venue by a number of our readers, even if it is a bit of a drive from Portsmouth.
This classy hotel in Southampton Road on the edge of the city was backed by Gemma Button who wrote: 'They were brilliant'.
Located in Fratton Road, this church which dates back to the 1880s makes a fabulous wedding venue. Kelly Bassant wrote: 'It was magical also had the bells'.
While this is a bit of a drive from Portsmouth, being in Chalton near Waterlooville, this venue is worth travelling to if you are looking for a really unique wedding day.
It might not sound like the most romantic of venues, but John Smith described it as being 'great'. He wrote: 'A nice building, good staircase for a photo and a great garden.'
If you are looking for a spectacular wedding location you may want to consider the HMS Warrior in the historic dockyard. Michelle Plomer wrote: 'Best day of my life'.
Dating back to the Georgian days, this theatre in Kent Road makes for a unique wedding venue. It even has over 11,000 period costumes which can be hired for your special day.
This is one of the oldest parts of the city and it makes a beautiful location for a wedding. It was a popular suggestion from our readers.
Located in Hayling Island, why not consider escaping to the woods for your wedding at this spectacular venue.
For a truly unique wedding experience, why not consider getting married at Southsea Castle. The historic building dates back to the Tudor days and is available to hire for weddings.
Located in Queen Street, Portsmouth, close to the historic dockyard and the seafront, this venue does weddings and it was a popular suggestion by our readers.
This hotel makes for a stunning venue with views of the sea, which is very fitting for a Portsmouth wedding. It is in Clarance Parade in Southsea and has a number of wedding packages available.