If you’ve always dreamt of celebrating in the springtime, then you’re going to love these breathtaking wedding venues that look fantastic in this season! These nine beautiful settings all offer something special for a spring wedding, so see if you can find the perfect location for your special day.
1. Blackwell Grange, Warwickshire
Old meets new and rustic charm is partnered with contemporary chic design at the breathtaking Blackwell Grange. The 16th-century Thatch Barn, purpose-built reception space and private honeymoon cottage are all surrounded by rolling fields and picturesque gardens, making it a wonderful backdrop for any spring wedding.
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2. Morden Hall, London
As winter gives way to spring, the gardens and National Trust parkland that encircle Morden Hall burst into life. Full of colour and a sense of new beginnings, this is an incredible place to escape the bustle of the city. The impressive white house boasts a chic décor and all the space you could need to celebrate your spring wedding in style.
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3. Curradine Barns, Worcestershire
If you’re looking for country charm, then Curradine Barns is the place for you! These beautiful barns are set around a picturesque courtyard that’s ideal for whiling away the hours on those sunny spring days. With characterful spaces to enjoy yourself and luxurious accommodation for you and your guests, it has everything you need.
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4. Combermere Abbey, Cheshire
The walled gardens at Combermere Abbey provide that delightful sense of seclusion and privacy, as well a breathtaking place to spend your wedding day of course! This exquisite spot is awash with flowers and greenery in spring, providing stunning views to your ceremony in the Glasshouse and memorable reception in the Pavilion. And afterwards, well how does the entire north wing of the abbey sound for somewhere to spend the night?
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5. Oxnead Hall, Norfolk
A hidden gem in the rolling Norfolk countryside, Oxnead Hall combines grandeur and natural beauty to make an unbeatable venue to call your own. Say ‘I do’ in the enchanting Orangery, wander along the banks of a private lake or through the immaculate formal gardens and celebrate to your heart’s content in the Great Barn. You won’t regret choosing this remarkable setting!
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6. Gaynes Park, Essex
Few places can offer natural beauty and charm quite like Gaynes Park. When spring comes around, the surrounding fields are full of lambs and the breathtaking gardens are in full bloom. Wander through them as you make your way to the light-filled Orangery before enjoying the authenticity of the Mill Barn for your wedding breakfast and evening reception.
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7. Upwaltham Barns, West Sussex
Upwaltham Barns’ location in the idyllic South Downs is one that you’re definitely going to want to see. This stunning collection of barns has a traditional feel and the courtyard is just the place for sharing drinks and canapés. Enjoy the great outdoors as much as your spring wedding allows before spending the night in the delightful Jasmine Cottage.
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8. Merrydale Manor, Cheshire
Combining modern luxury with an exquisite location in Cheshire, Merrydale Manor is grand, glamorous and perfect for your special day. Spring sees the gardens burst into life, making a wonderful backdrop to your wedding day, or the best place to spend some time in the sun. Boutique accommodation for you and your guests means that this incredible venue has it all.
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9. Upper House, Derbyshire
It’s safe to say that Upper House is a venue like no other. This magnificent medieval manor house has been given a breathtaking contemporary twist so you can enjoy a historic yet luxurious place to celebrate. Set in the Peak District and just a few steps from an idyllic lake, it’s the perfect country escape for a spring wedding.
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So there you have it! Nine beautiful wedding venues that would be perfect for a spring wedding. Looking for more seasonal inspiration? Then take a look at these 50 Must-See Spring Wedding Ideas, you won’t regret it!