I often find that attending the Wedding Rehearsal is really useful both in terms of getting to know the family, maid of honour, best men and other key members of the wedding party and also in finding out from the celebrant or vicar what their do’s and don’ts are. (for instance, is it ok if I stand in the front so I can get a good view of the bride and groom’s faces during the ceremony. Is it ok if I tiptoe to the back of the Church for the reverse shot?
Deer Park is a knock out venue for decadent parties. The Main Lounge boasts huge windows that let the light stream in. There’s a panoramic garden view and a huge hand carved fireplace, flamboyant wallpaper, wooden floorboards and pastel sofas. The neighbouring drawing room provides a contrast with it’s antique furniture and hand-picked pieces of art while the garden rooms bring the outdoors in.
St Pancras Renaissance Hotel in London’s Kings Cross has just had a face lift and it looks sensational! Boasting five wedding venues suited for celebrations large and small the hotel is buzzy without being corporate.
Due to reopen on July 4th 2020, Hotel Endleigh is one of Olga Polizzi’s Collection– the so called Hotel Inspector . Set in 100 acres of fairy tale gardens, woodland, follies and grottos created by Humprhy Repton, Endsleigh offers a wonderful setting for an English Country wedding. The hotel has a marriage licence and is able to accommodate small cosy weddings or large ones, when the hotel is taken over exclusively.