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Winter Weddings

The most romantic season to get married?

Winter weddings
As we approach the middle of Autumn, our thoughts turn to Winter weddings. Spring and Summer are still the most popular months to get married but we want to know why? Is this tradition? Or to do with the possibility of bad weather stopping guests getting to you? (however as folk travel all over Christmas, this doesn't make sense). There are so many reasons to opt for a winter wedding - roaring log fires, candles, fairy lights, snow….no sweaty faces, no melting make up… And apart from a few days around Christmas, Venues and wedding suppliers often offer impressive discounts (not to mention availability). So why not get married in January and February? You would be doing your friends a favour - something to look forward to in those dreary winter months… and saving yourself a fortune in the process!!

So what to do want from a venue in the Winter? You want rich, sumptuous colours, romantic lighting, luxury, warmth, and most definitely glamour! One Wnitehall Place situated on the Thames, is all of those things.

One whitehall Place
One Whitehall Place wedding
One Whitehall Place
This is so beautiful
If you are planning a last minute wedding, it is not too late - many venues still do have dates left. We know for sure that Kew Gardens in Richmond does. Imagine the beautiful wintery view you'd have?
Kew at Night
Kew at Night

Outside of London we've chosen the absolutely gorgeous Elmore court in Gloucestershire - the rich jewel colours - rubies, sapphires and deep velvety greens, the roaring log fires, frost covered grounds….

Elmore Court
Elmore Court

And another fantastic choice would be

 

Lord's Cricket Ground

Vow for a sparkling winter wedding at Lord’s

Lord's Cricket Ground
We know we were bigging up amazing summer destination weddings last week - well know we're helping you to plan ahead for those of you who want a winter wedding.
 
After obtaining a civil ceremony license just over twelve months ago, one of the world’s most renowned sporting venues – Lord’s Cricket Ground – is opening its doors this year for winter weddings.  Housed in the Grade II* listed Pavilion, the Long Room can host upscale ceremonies and wedding breakfasts for up to 200 people, while the Writing Room can be used for more discreet ceremonies. The unique spaces available at the “Home of Cricket” are full of classic eighteenth century charm, and whether grand or intimate, you wedding in this iconic building will always offer you unrivalled views across the hallowed turf (and bear in mind that England are currently riding high after they swept to victory over the West Indies).
 
 

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