at Devonshire Terrace
We absolutely love this unique wedding venue - and cannot think of anywhere that is quite like it. Devonshire Terrace is situated in the heart of the city of London and is steeped in history. Built in the early 1800s in soft yellow of 18th century London brick.
A glass roof was added in 2008 to the western courtyard of Devonshire Square (pictured) and therefore makes this a perfect all weather location and gives your wedding a real wow factor. For more info see their listing
Jennifer and Lucas' Springtime Wedding
Jennifer and Lucas' wedding was always going to be special, and they always had a clear vision on how to achieve it. Pentillie Caslte provided the backdrop for the weekend and a key element to the wedding plan (unbeknown to Lucas) was the surprise helicopter flight to and from the spectacular Church of St Germans on the Port Eliot estate. The groom, in his deep blue RAF Uniform, was set off perfectly by the glorious simplicity of his bride's stunning lace-trimmed gown designed by Stewart Parvin. Pentillie Castle is the 17th century home of Cornwall's Coryton family, which has incredible views over
Wedding Fayre Saturday 10 November
Don't miss the next Chew Valley Wedding Fayre on Saturday 10 November! A host of wedding service providers from caterers to photographers will be at the fayre to help you get the most from your special day. There's also going to be free refreshments and guided tours around this wedding venue which we think is really special. Folly Farm is a wonderfully romantic wedding venue surrounded by 250 acres of nature reserve in the beautiful Chew valley between Bristol and Bath. Capacity is 50-100 guests - to find out more go to the listing on the site
We love this venue which has just come on to our site...
Temple Island is situated a mile and a half downstream of the picturesque market town of Henley-on Thames, and marks the start of the famous Henley Royal Regatta course. We think this is just so romantic and a beautiful part of the world in which to get married! Built in 1771, the Temple itself is a delightful folly and its interior is based on designs which had just been discovered in Pompeii. The views across the Thames are absolutely magnificent - and in fact apparently in Victorian times both the island and the Temple were used as a vantage point from which members of the Leander club watched the regatta. The island