A collection of the most beautiful venues to get your heart a-fluttering…

Wedding venues this way...

Birds are tweeting, bees are buzzing, the sun is shining and love is in the air. As we discover great restaurants and eateries across the country, we can’t help but be stopped by some simply stunning venues for weddings. Spring weddings are some the most photogenic and usually have an air of the ‘fairytale’ about them. We couldn’t keep these all to ourselves; so we’ve rounded up a few beautiful venues to hold a spring-time wedding, from vintage barn weddings to unicorns and floating giraffes…

How gorgeously rural and romantic is Dillington House in Ilminster?  

The beautiful @dillington_house in Ilminster #wedding #weddingvenuesinsomerset #beautiful #venue #somerset

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The inside of Tithe Barn in rural Somerset set up for a beautiful wedding.

Inside of the barn set up for a wedding ✨ #wedding #bath #Bristol #tithebarn A photo posted by Manor farm (@manorfarmshop) on

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The House Meadow in Kent is exactly what springs to mind when you say: rustic, low-key and picturesque. Perfect for spring or summer.

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If you’re after a mad-as-a-March-hare spring wedding then flying giraffes and unicorns are just the ticket! Aynhoe Park in Banbury, Oxfordshire. 

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Sparks are certainly flying at Kelham House. The beauty of a spring wedding is that the party can head outdoors.   

#fireworks #wedding #D700 #bride #Kelhamhouse

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Goldney Hall is just a few minutes from Bristol’s Clifton Suspension Bridge and its orangery and gardens are wedding perfect.

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Whatley Manor is a glamourous location for a super chic wedding with Michelin-quality cuisine. 

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Do you have a dream wedding venue? Let us know.

Emma Cullen

Emma Cullen

Emma is an ex-Fed Up & Drunker that has been released into the wild

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