Dramatic Wedding Venues
With a 'watery' theme....?
From our extensive research, dramatic-themed weddings are coming into the fore and are set to be a key trend as we move into 2014. Theatrical, unusual venues with high ceilings, striking windows looking out onto spectacular scenery or historic locations and an extra wow factor such as Birtsmorton Court's fantastic moat all tick this box. If you want to fully embrace this theme then also worth considering your accessories - such as over-sized floral decorations, crystals, coloured lighting or, if you are really going for it, an outdoor firework display -particularly effective with a 'watery' venue! Birtsmorton Court has long been one of our favourite venues on the site and is a 12th century
medieval moated manor house in the Malvern Hills. It also houses a rich tapestry of fine fabrics, beautiful antiques and is surrounded by stunning gardens and grounds. Just in the next country, in Shropshire, there is another beautiful 'watery' venue, Delbury Hall. This time a Georgian mansion but with equally stunning features including rose gardens, ornamental lakes and parkland. Its mezzanine floor in the Coach House is the ultimate dramatic interior feature, as it has a glass balustrade and is reached by a glass and oak staircase. Wow! We think both these venues would feature highly if we were planning a dramatic wedding - just pick your century!
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