Three More Distinguished Period Wedding Venues in the South East

by Michelle

Our round up of fabulous venues we’ve featured this year continues with more from the South East of England. Three distinguished period venues,  each featuring stunning interior spaces and beautiful grounds; from formal gardens to the most prolific spring flowering cherry tree. We think it’s fair to say that the range of memory making photo opportunities these venues offer is only limited by your imagination.

Gosfield Hall

Gosfield Hall is a romantic Georgian manor house set in picturesque rural Essex.  Formerly a Royal residence, the Queen Charlotte’s Oak panelled gallery with a 120 ft long aisle is just perfect for your wedding ceremony – wow what a way for you to make your grand entrance.

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A member of Britian’s Finest wedding portfolio, Gosfield Hall is offered for exclusive use venue, where you can invite up to 250 guests for the evening wedding reception and party.

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The Marquis of Buckingham’s former ballroom, with it’s hand painted ceiling provides a stunning setting for your wedding breakfast. And with several additional grand and ornate reception rooms for you and your guests to enjoy, you can all celebrate and relax in rarefied yet comfortable surroundings.

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There are also 23 beautiful bedroom suites offered to you exclusively for your wedding night, providing the perfect end to your day at Gosfield Hall. New for 2016 is the Lady’s Chambers Cottage available to the Bride and Bridesmaids the night before the wedding so that they can awaken revived and refreshed ready for their morning preparations and pampering!

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For more from the team at Gosfield, do check out this post, with more stunning photos too.

St Augustine’s

St Augustine’s must be one of the most unique wedding venues in Kent. With five elegant banqueting rooms, a romantic garden gazebo and a magnificent chapel. Fascinatingly it’s also the only venue in England that can offer a civil ceremony, chapel blessing and wedding reception all under one roof.

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Of course, you’ll want to offer your guests  fabulous food on your big day and  one of St Augustine’s best accolades is it’s cuisine. For your wedding you can choose from a sumptuous banquet or a refined buffet  and with such a large selection of dishes on offer, there is sure to be something to delight everyone.

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St Augustine’s ethos is that every wedding is delightfully different and with such a wide variety of rooms and outdoor spaces to enjoy.

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Do take a look at this great post where we chat to the team at St Augustine’s.

The Elvetham

The Elvetham in Hampshire is a stunning, picture perfect, family-owned estate, set in 35 acres of gorgeous grounds.  A long driveway provides a memorable entrance to the grounds, complete with abundant wildlife. On arrival at the main hall, a  carriage porch provides a special touch, and a red carpet will be laid for the bride and groom on your wedding day.

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Multiple inspiring spaces in and around The Elvetham’s grand house mean that it suits various themes, from a vintage affair in the historic Library or panelled Oak Room, to the bright and light-filled Conservatory overlooking the main gardens.

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With 35 acres of delightful expansive grounds, you won’t be short of stunning photo opportunities outside either.

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Every wedding is handled by a wedding specialist and run by a highly praised and experienced team.

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To check out more about The Elvetham take a look at this great post.

Feature Image: Gosfield Hall St Augusrine’s & The Elvetham

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