Further info on their wedding open day
Last week we gave you an early heads upabout Hengrave Hall's Wedding Viewing Day, to be held on 25 March 2012. Here are some more images from this historic mansion which also has its own very charming church. We think it looks idyllic! If you are thinking of getting married in Suffolk or its environs do not miss this event, it really will give you a great idea of how your wedding could be, and it's completely free! Worth knowing too that they have 16 fab bedrooms available, so you and your guests (or some of them anyway!) can extend your day by staying the night.
How cool is this..!! Look at this owl delivering the wedding ring...Very Harry Potter!
Hoscote Estate nestles in the Roberton Valley, in between Newcastle and Edinburgh. it is surrounded by outstanding scenery of the Scottish borders.
Hoscote specialises in relaxed house-party wedding celebrations and is available on an exclusive use basis. They have a dedicated in-house wedding planner who has all the experience you need, to help you put together your perfect wedding day.
One of our favourite ever unusual wedding features is this owl who is trained to bring the ring (or rings!) to the best man at the service...
How about this for a wedding with a difference! This is beautiful Russian bride Mila walking with her dad to marry fiance Alexey. They flew all the way from Russia to get married in the famous black church located in Budir, situated on a lava field on the western most tip of the Snaefellsnes pensinsula in West Iceland.
The church is a beautiful specimen of a 19th century country church and one of the oldest examples of a wooden chuch. The only witnesses to this stunning wedding were the bride's mum and dad (and the photographer of course!).
The only other building in the vicinity is the hotel where the couple stayed(Hotel Budir) - it is literally next door to the church and affors views over the Atlantic coast and a glacier-topped volcano. For an amazing closer shot of the church click 'continue reading'.
Images courtesy of docwedding who can be contacted on 07564277716 or visit www.docuwedding.co.uk
Lord's offers so much more as a wedding venue...
Lord's was founded by Thomas Lord in 1787 as the home of Marylebone Cricket Club, it moved to its current site in St John's Wood in 1814 and is now the ultimate destination for international players and cricket fans alike. As well as all this, it is the most glorious, historical venue for your wedding. At the heart of Lord's is the Pavilion - one of the sporting world's most celebrated interiors - and will enhance any wedding reception or ceremony.