t Hudson’s, we want every bride to have the wedding day of her dreams. If your dream is for a stately home, castle, historic manor house, a gorgeous outdoor setting or just a unique place to make your own, you will find it here.
Click on the map or use the search box to make that choice easy. Search by region, county or town to find somewhere near you or somewhere for your whole wedding party to escape to. Narrow down your search by deciding if you want your ceremony and reception together or by amenities like exclusive use and disabled access. If you need accommodation as well, specify a number of bedrooms but remember that many historic houses can recommend local accommodation as well.
Many more details are available for each historic venue as you explore the entries. You can check whether you will be allowed to throw confetti or wear stilettos, whether there is somewhere for the bride to change and whether you can land a helicopter, alongside essential information about numbers, parking, costs, food and drink and beds for the night.
The biggest challenge you face when you are getting married is finding a venue that is just right for you. Let Hudson’s Heritage Weddings help you find the ideal setting for your special day.
Hints and tips
Beautiful wedding invitations and stationery are often the few items that your loved ones are able to treasure as a keepsake long after your wedding. Where to start? Start with your scheme, look at stationery colours that compliment your bridesmaids’ dresses or your flowers. Choose a design that suits your personality.
Your wedding photographs provide a memorable record of one of the most important days of your lives. Where to start? Begin with internet searches, blogs, weddings magazines, ask friends and relatives. Most importantly, when choosing, ensure you understand and like your photographer’s style.
Flowers play such a significant part in creating the perfect and memorable wedding day that choosing the right florist is essential. Choosing wedding flowers should be a pure pleasure. Where to start? Gather inspiration from images and magazines. Consider your venue, the season, your colour scheme and style.