Seven Stunning Spring wedding venues!
Spring is in the air. The trees are starting to blossom and the cold winter is slowly fading into longer days of low sunshine. Call us biassed, but we think this is one of the best times of year to get married, and with some stunning venues up and down the country now open again, we’ve lined up some spectacular spots to serve as the backdrop for your big day. Read on to see our top picks for spring wedding venues in the UK, if you just can’t wait any longer to tie the knot, or if you’re planning for 2023 and beyond.
The Nash Conservatory in Kew Gardens
If you’re planning a London wedding, there are few more beautiful spots than Kew Gardens. Just 20 minutes from central London, these incredibly manicured gardens set within 300 acres are the place to get married, and the stunning Nash Conservatory is picture perfect in every way. With floor to ceiling windows and oodles of natural daylight, it’s ideal for wedding ceremonies or wedding receptions.
The Law Society, 113 Chancery Lane
If you’re looking for something even more central, the Law Society, just a stone's throw from Hatton Garden is the most quintessentially London place we can think of. Fitting up to 200 people, this historic building would serve as the most photogenic and sophisticated backdrop for your day.
A bit further afield, but still easily accessible from the capital you’ll find Mapperton in Dorset. This exquisite venue provides couples with an enchanting place to celebrate, with delightful gardens and central impressive house.
Bartholomew Barn, West Sussex
For a laid back, country barn wedding, this remarkable venue in West Sussex is an excellent choice. The gardens are bursting with colour, as are the surrounding fields and trees, making it the perfect spring wedding venue. The romantic barn can host every aspect of your day, but if you get good weather, make the most of the charming courtyard or even tie the knot outside!
Polhawn Fort near Torpoint
To one of the most beautiful parts of the country now, Cornwall. This may just be the most wonderful setting we have seen for a wedding. Catering to both inside and outside weddings with celebrations in the Fort or their Summerhouse, stunning sea views and a secluded beach this is the most incredible venue to celebrate your nuptials with your loved ones. There’s even a set of steps leading from the Fort directly down to their very own beach where you can steal a little private time together, or take a quick dip in the sea if it’s not too cold!
Camp Katur, North Yorkshire
Something a little different now. This woodland wonderland is simply a beautiful place for a relaxed wedding surrounded by nature. They offer both inside and outside areas for the day and you can have anything from a rustic barn wedding venue, to a pop up tipi. This would definitely be a mystical, mythical wedding day to remember.
Castle Goring, West Sussex
Last but no means least, who wouldn’t want to get married in a castle? This 18th century venue is oozing with character and offers an impressive set of different locations to say your vows in, including the gorgeous west wing and it’s double heighted ceilings, the state rooms in the main grand building, or even the south lawns where Castle Goring will be your backdrop and you can fully make the most of the spring climate.
What do you think of our list? Is there somewhere you think we have missed or need to add? Tell us where you held your spring wedding!