These beautiful barns, country houses and castles are ideal for that winter wedding.
Baby, it's cold outside, and that only makes a winter wedding even more magical! For the perfect wedding though, you have to have the perfect setting, and these stunning winter wedding venues all have that special something to make them the ideal place to celebrate this season.
1. Wasing Park, Berkshire
The delightful Castle Barn at Wasing Park is complete with exposed brick walls and beams and a wonderful wooden floor to provide an inviting and impressive setting for your wedding reception. The Garden Room is a beautiful, light-filled place for a civil ceremony, or pick the traditional St Nicholas Church for a religious ceremony. It lies within the grounds and is just a few steps from the rest of the venue, so you won't have to spend long out in the elements!
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2. Mythe Barn, Leicestershire
The contemporary Oak Barn and Grain Store are exquisite settings for your ceremony and reception, especially with views out over the snow-covered countryside through the floor-to-ceiling windows. Fairy lights and candles bring this beautiful venue to life, giving it an enchanting feeling for an unforgettable winter wedding.
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3. West Tower, Lancashire
This picture-perfect country house looks delightful inside and out when winter arrives. The pretty gardens and surrounding views look magical with a heavy frost or snow, while the Grand Ballroom and Leather Lounge create a warm and inviting atmosphere to complement this grand and sophisticated setting.
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4. Bassmead Manor Barns, Cambridgeshire
For a unique (not to mention jaw-dropping) ceremony, The Rickety Barn is the perfect choice. It's full of rustic charm and character, and the exposed beams, when adorned with seasonal flowers and lights, make it truly magical in winter. Adding a touch of contemporary to the traditional, the Bridge Barn is the ideal place to celebrate in style with your friends and family. There's plenty of beautiful spots outdoors for wedding photos too for those willing to brave the cold!
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5. Packington Moor, Staffordshire
For a rustic and traditional ceremony, the Oak Barn is hard to beat. With exposed brick walls, a high vaulted ceiling and authentic beams, it's full of history and charm. The wonderful Malt Barn is the setting for your wedding breakfast and reception and is the perfect blank canvas to decorate as you wish. With white walls, oak pillars and beams and wrought iron chandeliers though, it's pretty special as it is.
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And that's it! Five of our favourite winter wedding venues that are simply stunning at this time of year.
Looking for some more winter wedding inspiration? Then take a look at 10 Of The Best Winter Wedding Dresses and try not to fall in love with every one of them!