For some of you out there, the summer is the perfect time of year because it means it’s festival season! Sometimes there is nothing better than pulling on your wellies and getting lost in the magic and fun that festivals bring, and if you want to bring that feeling to your wedding day without tying the knot in the middle of a muddy field, then these amazing venues might be just the thing. Check out our favourite settings for a festival wedding theme!
Bartholomew Barn, West Sussex
Surrounded by rolling fields and enchanting woodland, this beautiful barn venue is a truly picturesque spot. Tie the knot out in the peaceful courtyard garden and take your celebrations to the lawns with summery drinks and garden games. What could be better?
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Clock Barn, Hampshire
Nowhere combines breathtaking beauty and a laid-back atmosphere quite like Clock Barn. Paper lanterns, ribbons and plenty of floral decorations look right at home here, although the stunning exposed beams and white walls of the barn look pretty enough on the own! Enjoy the outside space and feels miles away from anywhere when you celebrate here.
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Combermere Abbey, Shropshire
The Walled Gardens at this magical Shropshire wedding venue will give you plenty of space for all of your festival wedding ideas. Think live music in the sun, games on the lawns surrounded by colourful flowerbeds or a tipi full of toys for kids (and big kids) to play with! You can exchange your vows outdoors here too, meaning you can enjoy the gardens to the fullest on your special day.
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Slaugham Place, West Sussex
For something truly unique, holding your wedding between the ruins of an Edwardian manor house is pretty hard to beat. Say ‘I do’ under dramatic archways and explore the grounds with your photographer for the most amazing wedding photos. Slaugham Place provides that perfect feeling of returning to nature and all you need to do is decide what to do with all that beautiful outside space.
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Manor Mews, Norfolk
When the sun goes down at a festival, gathering around a fire pit with your closest friends is definitely one of the highlights. Manor Mews makes that possible on your wedding day for a relaxing way to while away the evening hours. The rural setting of this venue provides a real escape to the country and the gardens and grounds will give you all the space you could want to enjoy with your loved ones.
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Upwaltham Barns, West Sussex
At Upwaltham Barns, relaxed vibes meet country chic in the most amazing way. Two stone barns offer stunning locations for ceremony and reception but it’s the outdoor space and surrounding countryside that take it to the next level. Bunting will give your day a festival wedding theme while getting lost in corn fields makes for some truly unforgettable wedding photos.
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If you’re looking for more ways to incorporate a festival wedding theme into your big day, check out Your Guide To The Perfect Festival Inspired Wedding and pick up plenty of inspiration!