Feeling brave? In honour of Halloween, we bring you five of the UK's most haunted wedding venues...
Leeds Castle, Kent
The castle - which once held an imprisoned Elizabeth I before she came to the throne - is reportedly haunted by a large black dog.
The dog has been associated with Eleanor Cobham, Duchess of Gloucester, who was held at the castle whilst on trial for witchcraft and treason in 1440.
Craig Y Nos Castle, Powys
This Welsh castle has not only starred on Most Haunted (where Derek Acorah felt a child had been pushed out of a window) - it's also allegedly haunted by the ghost of opera singer Adelina Patti, who died there in 1919. The castle loves its ghostly heritage and even offers spooky hen party packages!
A woman nicknamed the Scarlet Lady has been spied many a time at this medieval stately home, whilst other guests have claimed to see a long-haired gentleman wearing a civil war uniform.
Knowsley Hall, Merseyside
The grounds of the Merseyside Castle - once the ancestral home of the Earls of Derby - are haunted by two vintage cars with bright headlamps (and no drivers), whilst staff wearing Victorian uniforms have been spotted in the main hallway of the home. Spooky...
Berkeley Castle, Gloucestershire
This former royal residence is reportedly haunted by the ghost of Edward II, who was gruesomely murdered there by a poker-wielding knight in 1327.
The medieval fortress was built in the 12th century and is steeped in history. Glorious any time of the year, it's the perfect venue for a history-loving couple!