Well, you're in luck because such a website exists. Enter Splacer --the Airbnb for event spaces. It's basically a marketplace where people can list and rent out short-term venues for events of any type, shape, or size. Need a chic urban loft to celebrate your engagement with your family and closest friends? They have some amazing options in New York City . Planning a vintage-inspired ceremony in the Bay Area? How about saying your I Dos in a historic 19th century castle in San Francisco ? View photos RELATED: 10 Picturesque Vineyard Wedding Venues The company currently offers over 1,000 different venues, including some unconventional ones such as breweries, art galleries, former factories, and places of worship. Most of the spaces are in New York, San Francisco, Los Angeles and Miami, but the website is expanding its offerings pretty fast. View photos Credit: Courtesy Splacer Here's how it works: You pick a location and the type of event you're hosting and Spacer shows you options that you can then narrow down by amenities, rules (smoking or alcohol allowed, for example), style, and features. The listed prices are hourly and some venues offer discounts when you book it for an entire day.
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Five people were taken to hospital after the horror accident following the nuptials of Andrew Hughes, 29, and amy-Lenna Bryce, 26. The wedding party had gathered on an outdoor staircase at the Holiday Inn in Hemel Hempstead, Herts., when it suddenly gave way. The group fell about ten feet and suffered injuries to their legs, heads and necks. The bride and groom were able to walk away from the ordeal but are said to be understandably distraught. Collect Unknown Holiday Inn in Hemel Hempstead Father-of-the-bride Christopher Bryce, 52, told The Sun : "I could get really angry, but now isnt the time. "A lot of people are still recovering from their injuries and my main focus is to help my daughter in her recovery." Describing the carnage, another guest said: "People were still getting in to place when there was an almighty crack - it was almost instantaneous. "As soon as everyone was ready, they all came crashing down. "People were screaming, it was horrendous." Holiday Inn said they are investigating the incident and hope to help the couple rearrange their celebration. A spokesman said: "We have been in constant contact with those impacted to ensure they have our support. "A full investigation has been launched and we are cooperating fully with authorities."
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