Woodland Wedding Venues
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If you're dreaming of a woodland wedding, eco wedding, wedding by water or perhaps a camping wedding then you've come to the right place. A beautiful wooded valley set beside the pure waters of their lake, the closest you can get to an outdoors wedding in the UK.
A wonderful place for a wedding if you are looking for something a little different. Five ceremony locations around the farm including the woodland glade, the catering is all organic and the ingredients are mainly from the farm itself, and the flowers come from the cutting garden.
Deep in the heart of the Herefordshire countryside there is a magical and handcrafted venue for a truly memorable woodland wedding. Every season brings a different magical element, such as heavenly bluebells in spring. There are 12 acres of woodland and accommodation for 50 guests in yurts and tipis.
Hush is one of those rare wedding venues that has it all: a secluded woodland setting, full license for civil ceremonies, and absolutely stunning views. Designed with outdoor weddings in mind, it comprises a collection of natural outdoor spaces crafted within the wild Norfolk countryside.
Middle Coombe Farm is a sustainably run, historic 16th Century Grade II* listed property. Part of their 400 acre farm is their woodland wedding venue with an oak tree ceremony site at its heart. They are licensed for civil ceremonies and specialise in 3 day wedding weekends for 20-100 guests.
Surrounded by a stunning 16 acre mature woodland this beautiful woodland wedding venue in Norfolk can be found on the outskirts of Norwich. Look out from the Woodland Hall with its floor to ceiling windows providing glorious views across the woodland valley as you take your marriage vows.
GreenAcres Woodland Weddings is a true woodland wedding venue. It is surrounded by a stunning 65 acre mature woodland, and can be found nestled within the metropolitan county of Merseyside. Celebrate amongst the trees and wildflower meadows, looking out from the Woodland Hall with its glorious woodland views.