Pink Weddings Magazine Pink Weddings Summer 2018 - Page 37

If you dream of a picturesque venue, look no further… Venues Countryside perfection Rustic delight The Tythe Barn is a 14th-century thatched barn on a working farm in Oxfordshire – a stunning setting with expansive manicured lawns, pretty pergolas and pathways. The large stone barn oozes character; thick stone walls and exposed beams are perfect for decking with fairy lights, flowers or bunting. There are many events at the barn but weddings are their ‘thing’. The family-run business is well known for its faultless attention to detail and the venue’s award-winning in-house caterers are top-notch! The Wedding Suite is a charmingly rustic Shepherd’s Hut while The Nook is the luxurious barn exclusively reserved to get ready in. It’s perfection in the countryside. The Tythe Barn provides you with a blank canvas upon which you can create the wedding day of your dreams and there’s a small, friendly and dedicated team to help you every step of the way. The flexibility at The Tythe Barn is rather difficult to beat, with options to wed indoors or outdoors, share pizzas from the wood-fired oven, enjoy the Gin Station from the farm cart or use their old Landie as a quirky photo booth. Whatever you go for, the dedicated and close-knit team provide ongoing support and everything is to the highest standard. www.thetythebarn.co.uk Like a dream Grade one elegance Eaves Hall truly is a dream venue – a refurbished Georgian mansion with opulent rooms and seven acres of gardens and grounds set in the stunning Ribble Valley. With fine Georgian architecture, this exclusive-use country house has 30 expertly furnished bedrooms including a luxury lodge for friends and family. It’s the ideal setting for the perfect country house wedding, providing a breathtaking romantic backdrop for your wedding photographs. Just a stone’s throw from the diverse, creative, bustling vibes of the City of Brighton and Hove, Stanmer House (a Proud Country House) sits in hundreds of acres of stunning Sussex countryside. Formal gardens, a grade two listed parkland, rolling hills, apple orchards, knapped flint church and woodlands make for the perfect backdrop to the newly restored grade one listed country house, built in 1722. There are two licensed ceremony rooms: • The Marlborough Suite, bright and airy with views across the park, is intimate and traditional – ideal for up to 60 guests. • The Henry Pelham room, with its beautiful Corinthian columns, has an elegance typical of the sophisticated Burlingtonian architects of the Palladian era, and is great for weddings of up to 100 guests. The friendly team are committed to ensuring your wedding goes without a hitch. They’ll take away the stresses and strains of planning so that you can relax and enjoy your special day in luxurious surroundings. And if you’re keen to get hitched and would rather do it sooner than later, Eaves Hall offers Late Availability Packages. You’ll have full exclusive use of the venue and all the luxurious benefits of an Eaves Hall wedding, as well as that unique contemporary country house ambience and atmosphere. www.eaveshall.co.uk A large marquee (with seating for up to 250 guests) opens onto the formal gardens and wedding receptions for up to 500 people can be accommodated in the marquee, gardens and house. www.stanmerhouse.co.uk/weddings/ pink weddings The Magazine magazine » 37 » 37