Ahhh, winter weddings. For many brides they trump a summer wedding on so many fronts – the chance of picturesque snow, twinkly fairy lights early in the day as the sun goes down, glamorous stoles to wrap around shoulders, glittery decorations and glorious log fires to warm you as you drink…. what, exactly? [Read more here »]
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Country Club wedding venues are a popular choice with catering facilities for a high volume of guests and acres of outdoor space to take stunning photographs. We give you our top 5 country club venues available through the winter months.
Stunning at any time of year, magnificent Melville Castle near Edinburgh comes into its own in the winter months. Discover the fantastic winter wedding package on offer at this stunning Scottish venue. [Read more here »]
Greenwich is one of my favourite places in London. From its fascinating naval history, awe-inspiring architecture and wide open green spaces to its bustling market full of artisan crafts and foodie delights, not to mention the ever-present Thames snaking past, it offers all kinds of things for all kinds of people. And this also makes it an unbeatable setting for a wedding. [Read more here »]
When it’s cold outside, give your friends and family a celebration sure to warm their hearts and blow away the cobwebs. The flicker of an open fire, a snuggle under a luxuriously soft pure new wool blanket, sheepskin rugs and fairytale lighting: the ultimate in romance and cosiness. Do it right and there’ll be no complaints about chilly fingers and toes!
Cambridgeshire – land of the fertile Fens, gateway to both the north and south of England, and home to the finest university on the planet. Who wouldn’t want to get married here?! Whether you’re hunting in Huntingdon or searching in St Neots, take a look at some of our favourite venues in the county. [Read more here »]
Have you ever stopped to wonder why the bride holds a bouquet, why the groom has a Best Man, why a wedding cake has tiers? There are so many aspects of a wedding that we take for granted and barely even think about, yet these customs have roots dating back hundreds, sometimes thousands of years. As time has passed by, these echoes of our ancestors have evolved and diluted, but still we observe them, often without really even knowing why. [Read more here »]