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
Unique Wedding Venue Hampshire
We love these pictures of such an unusual wedding venue! Luke and Julie got married here recently, at the New Forest Tree House Study Centre, which lies within 40 acres of the ancient broadleaf woodland at the heart of the Beaulieu Estate. It holds up to a 120 people and has a great rope bridge for fantastic photo opportunities.
They have a licence to hold civil marriages and civil partnerships, and your guests can enjoy the beautiful surroundings with an enchanted feel. There are actually two different tree houses depending on the size of your wedding, one of which has a decking area with trees actually growing up through the floor!
Well worth checking out if you want an unusual and distinctive wedding venue.
A new and cutting edge venue..
We recently had a really lovely evening at Asylum, Caroline Gardens in Peckham (South East London and the new Shoreditch according to those in the know!). The Asylum is actually a Georgian chapel in the heart of London's largest complex of arms houses. Despite being called an asylum, the Grade II listed site was not a home for lunatics; instead the word was used in its older sense, meaning 'sanctuary'. It suffered considerable damage in World War 2 but amazingly its incredible stained glass windows, and fascinating collection of carved stone monuments, remain intact.