Go well in a barn....
Following on from last week's blog about Dickens weddings, we thought we'd pick up on this trend a bit more as literary themed weddings have really taken off! From bookish proposals and engagement shoots to book-themed ceremony and reception decor, there is no end to how you can weave a literary theme into your big day celebrations. Turn to Pinterest and Etsy for inspiration! Talking of which... we thought we'd give you some inspiration for great venues for a literary wedding. Barns appear to be the most popular, and we really love The Long Hall Ramster, situated on the Surrey / West Sussex borders. It has the perfect rustic-y feel for housing vintage books and any other literary connections that you might
Linthwaite House Hotel in Cumbria is perfect...
The Lake District is rightly famed for its romantic landscape and amazing views and Linthwaite, with its spectacular views over Windermere and its beautiful mountain landscape, is in a heavenly spot. Sam grew up not far from the Lake District and remembers the stunning beauty of this area. Linthwaite is set in 14 acres of private secluded gardens (so no ramblers to disturb your wedding photos!) and offers the exclusive use of the entire country hotel to create an enchanting house party atmosphere (you don't have to have the whole hotel if you don't want to, though!). Beautiful terrace (see photo!) with panoramic views
Devonshire Terrace, Sunday 14 April, 11-4pm
Just wanted to remind you of this one - remember we gave you an early heads up about this back in January?? One of our most unique wedding venues, Devonshire Terrace is holding the The Big London Wedding Fayre on Sunday 14th April 11- 4pm. The day will feature free wedding samples, make overs and hairstyling, bridal fashion shows, live music and much more. This looks certain to be a wonderful day out for all London brides to be....
To get your ticket please click on the link: get tickets
Any questions please contact Nina on 0207 256 3233
Beautifully restored Hackney Town Hall is a great example
We know we keep going on about this 1920s trend but then again we keep coming up with beautiful venues that fit the theme perfectly! So once again you can pretend you are in a Scott Fitzgerald novel (The Beautiful and Damned perhaps - following in the footsteps of Kate Moss' 30th birthday theme??). Hackney Town Hall offers sumptuous grandeur in this sought-after Art Deco style, and features include a graceful curved staircase, imposing 1930s chandeliers, plus an original sprung dance floor!