Spring is a spectacular time of year to tie the knot! Flowers start to bloom, the days get longer and (fingers crossed) the weather starts to take an upward turn. A sunny day is never a guarantee though, so we thought we'd take a closer look at those special venues that offer the best of both worlds; stunning space both inside and out that's all yours to enjoy. That way, whatever the weather, you'll have a wonderful location where you can exchange your vows and celebrate in style.
Tucked away in a picturesque valley in Dorset, this exquisite venue provides couples with an enchanting place to celebrate. Explore the delightful gardens, and say ‘I do' al fresco located at the striking Garden Pavilion. Your evening can be spent in a high-quality marquee, with the impressive house as your backdrop and awe-inspiring scenery all around, so you can make the most of your wonderful surroundings for your whole wedding.
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2. Curradine Barns
With a choice of breathtaking ceremony spaces both inside and out, an idyllic courtyard and incredible accommodation for you and your guests, this remarkable barn venue really stands out from the crowd. The Granary Barn is truly beautiful and has an almost chapel-like atmosphere, perfect for making your wedding day extra special.
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3. Morden Hall
This chic country house is set in South Central London but, with its tranquil parkland surroundings, feels like miles away from anywhere. The beautiful gardens on the banks of the River Wandle make the perfect setting to enjoy the sun, while the chic ceremony space and stunning reception room mean there is plenty to enjoy if the weather is bad too.
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4. Bartholomew Barn
For a relaxing, country barn wedding, this remarkable venue in West Sussex is an excellent choice. The gardens are bursting with colour, as are the surrounding fields and trees, making it the perfect spring wedding venue. The romantic barn can host every aspect of your day, but if you get good weather, make the most of the charming courtyard or even tie the knot outside!
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5. Gaynes Park
This stunning barn venue has everything you could need for a spring wedding. Tie the knot in the light-filled Orangery surrounded by breathtaking gardens, or make full use of the open-sided Gather Barn for a ceremony with a difference. The impressive Mill Barn is a wonderfully traditional setting that's the perfect place to wine, dine and dance the night away. Make the most of the London skyline on the horizon and spring lambs in the rolling fields for unrivalled wedding photo backdrops.
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6. Tyn Dwr Hall
This magical country house in North Wales offers so much for couples to enjoy on their wedding day. A stylish and bright ceremony setting, a contemporary reception space with spectacular views of the surrounding forest and hills and the most delightful grounds to enjoy with your guests. There's even a trickling stream, complete with an enchanting waterfall, which makes a memorable spot for wedding photos.
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7. Pentney Abbey
If it's a unique venue for your spring wedding that you're after, then look no further than this dramatic setting. Exchange your vows in a choice of historical locations, the imposing Gatehouse or Medieval Barn, and take to the Rose Garden for some truly romantic wedding photography.
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8. Oxnead Hall
This stunning Norfolk venue has so much to offer, with two beautiful indoor ceremony options, a flawless reception barn and delightful grounds that are perfect for exploring with your guests. If the weather is nice, why not take in your amazing surroundings by exchanging your vows on the banks of Oxnead Hall's private lake? You can't get more romantic!
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9. Sandhole Oak Barn
This peaceful and relaxing Cheshire location would be an amazing choice for a spring wedding venue. Say ‘I do' under The Clock Tower on the edge of a tranquil lake, or inside the charming Oak Barn if the weather isn't favourable. This wonderful space becomes a beautiful setting for your evening reception too, and the adjoining decked area makes celebrating outside a must if you get the chance.
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We hope you loved looking at these incredible settings as much as we do. There are some really amazing spring wedding venues out there to help you throw the perfect celebration!
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