Bright skies and sunshine are the trademark beauties of spring and summer weddings, and from luxury country houses to historic castles, today you can be inspired by 6 perfect venues for a spring or summer wedding!
Set in London, Kew Gardens is a UNESCO World Heritage Site with a beautiful variety of wedding venues. With a backdrop of 300 acres of gardens and greenery hold a civil ceremony in the luxurious Georgian Drawing Room, your own private gardens, or the stunning Nash Conservatory!
For a rustic, countryside feel for your spring or summer wedding, consider a stunning converted barn. Cripps Barn is so cosy with its original flag stone floors and open fire place. The stone walls and the wooden beams make a beautiful venue.
Ghyll Manor Hotel and Restaurant is such a romantic wedding venue with its stunning grounds, beautiful lake, and 17th century black and white timbered house. Choose this wedding venue, and you’ll feel like you’ve stepped into your own fairytale.
For the epitome of grandeur and luxury, what better than a castle wedding? Amberley Castle, by the South Downs National Park, is full to bursting with 900 years of history and has played host in the past to many famous figures.
Swinton Park is a beautifully grand, historic venue set within the stunning Yorkshire Dales. Choose from a selection of locations from a private island on one of the lakes to a Georgian summerhouse. With such breathtaking beauty, it’s the perfect backdrop to your wedding photos.
Get married in the great outdoors at this fairytale castle, historic abbey or French-style chateau. With stunning architecture, beautiful grounds, breath-taking views and stylish decor, here are 5 spectacular UK summer…
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