Your wedding photographs will last forever so why wouldn’t you choose a picture-perfect wedding venue to provide you with wonderful backdrops for your wedding photos?
Beautiful castles and historic homes with landscaped gardens make for amazing photography. These types of properties can also provide fantastic indoor opportunities such as sweeping staircases or large ornate windows should the weather prove to be unfavourable on the day.
Remember that this is your ‘ONE’ day and you want it to be just perfect! Choose the venue you want, the florist, DJ and photographer that you’ve set your heat on and don’t be persuaded into using wedding venues that insist you use their ‘approved’ suppliers.
Some bundle deals are not as good as they first appear (more on this below). Choose a venue where the staff are experienced and professional and willing to adapt to your needs as this will be a major factor in how smoothly your day runs.
In summary here are a few questions to ask yourself:
Here’s more detail and important information to consider when choosing your wedding venue:
Here are some of the wedding venues that I recommend:
Essex Wedding Venues
Ashwells Sports & Country Club – Baddow Park Country Mansion – Barnston Lodge – BlakeHall –
Boreham House – Braxted Park – Channels Golf Club – Crabbs Barn – Creeksea Place – Crondon Park Golf & Country Club – Fennes Georgian Manor House – Forrester Park – Friern Manor – Gaynes Park – Gosfield Hall – Greenstead Barn – Greenwoods Hotel – Hedingham Castle – Hylands House – Ingatestone Hall – Layer Marney Tower – Leez Priory – Maidens Barn – Mangapp Manor – Marks Hall – MaryGreen Manor – Mulberry House – Newland Hall – Orsett Hall – Parklands Quendon Hall – Plegdon Barn – Stock Brook Manor – Stoke by Nayland Hotel – Spains Hall – The Lawn – The Rayleigh Golf and Country Club – The Reid Rooms – The White Hart and Essex Barn – Three Rivers Golf & Country Club – Valentines Mansion