Google Business Photography 360 Tour
One of our favourite wedding venues is The Dairy at Waddeston Manor in Aylesbury Buckinghamshire. The Dairy nestles in a tranquil waterside setting amidst glorious gardens offering a haven of peaceful tranquility where total exclusivity is guaranteed for your wedding.
Thanks to the wonders of the Google Business Photography programme anyone can have a look around at The Dairy set up for a wedding. If you are a wedding venue owner interested in a 360 panoramic Google tour you can book one here and use the offer code DNFWV to get 20% off.
The Ultimate Fantasy Wedding Venue
Blenheim Palace, in Oxford, has been hosting functions for many years, including concerts (Jamie Cullum no less!), an annual literary festival, film crews (both The Young Victoria and Hamlet were filmed there) and of course weddings - including many celebrity weddings. If you choose to get married there you can literally play Duke and Duchess for the day.
The palace, one of England's largest houses, was built between 1705 and circa 1722 and is unique in its combined useage as a family home, mausoleum and national monument. Moreover, it is notable as the birth place and ancestral home of Sir Winston Churchill. Both the history and the building itself take your breath away!
Elmore Court is beautiful and on trend
One of the biggest trends for 2014 is a return to luxury, so we're talking rich, deep jewel colours - rubies, sapphires and deep velvety greens. Elmore Court. near Gloucester, personifies this trend perfectly - they refer to it as 'stately vintage glamour'. You can see from these photographs they are not wrong - the bridal suite is sumptuous and sexy, and the deep red of the hallway would be the perfect backdrop for those who want to embrace this trend. Elmore Court itself is one of England's historical family homes and is a 750 year old Grade II* listed building, owned by the Guise family. There are four stunning reception areas in the house, the main being the Hall, plus there is the newly-built
It's time to be booking for your summer wedding if you haven't already!
The period between Christmas and New Year is often a good time for newly engaged couples to start thinking about their summer weddings. Even if it's just surfing the web to find the perfect summer wedding venue! Assuming you are doing just that, we have two gorgeous ones that we think would be absolutely ideal for a wedding in the summer months. Built in 1697, Barnsley House, located in the Cotswolds, is a boutique hotel (100 people max!) with stunningly beautiful gardens and three different areas where you can choose to tie the knot. We love the sound of the Gothic Summer House, but our absolute favourite is outside their breathtakingly pretty Temple - we can't imagine anything