MY PICK OF BUCKS WEDDING VENUES
Buckinghamshire is a beautiful county in the south of England, and it's no surprise that it's a popular choice for wedding venues. With its rolling hills, picturesque villages, and stately homes, there's something for everyone in Buckinghamshire.
notley abbey, BUCKS / OXFORDSHIRE BORDER.
If you're looking for a traditional wedding venue, then Notley Abbey is a great option. This 13th-century abbey is located in the heart of the Chiltern Hills, and it offers stunning views of the surrounding countryside. Notley Abbey can accommodate up to 250 guests, and it has a variety of rooms and gardens that can be used for your ceremony and reception.
Food and attention to detail is second to none. From the moment you set foot inside Notley Abbey you'll be looked after by the incredible staff there. There is lots of space to move around and you'll never feel crowded. There are small rooms for guests to get some quiet time and plenty of outdoor space for those warmer evenings.
notley tythe barn, BUCKS / OXFORDSHIRE BORDER.
Just across the road from and originally belonging to Notley Abbey. A beautiful 12th Century barn, beautifully restored in 1991. With the barn able to seat up to 140 guests and an additional 60 in the marquee, there is plenty of space for guests. There is a large lawn and seating out the front of the barn and plenty of safe space for children to run around, (if invited!).
Incredible food, welcoming staff and a venue beaming with character...what's not to like?
old luxters barn, HENLEY ON THAMES
If you're looking for a unique wedding venue, then Old Luxters Barn is a great option. This 16th-century barn is located in the village of Luxters, and it offers a rustic and charming place to get married. Old Luxters Barn can accommodate up to 150 guests, and it has a variety of rooms and gardens that can be used for your ceremony and reception.
This venue is actually a winery, and as you can imagine, their wines and other drinks are delightful and really add to the magic of this venue.
I did an autumn wedding last year here, and ?I can throughly recommend their mulled cider!
kings chapel, amersham
If you're looking for a budget-friendly wedding venue, then Kings Chapel is a great option. This 15th-century chapel is located in the village of Old Amersham, and it offers a beautiful and affordable place to get married. Kings Chapel can accommodate up to 100 guests, and it has a variety of rooms and gardens that can be used for your ceremony and reception.
The Chapel that you get married in its absolutely gorgeous and nice and bright. There is plenty of space fore guests and they have a lovely private room upstairs for bridal prep if you decide to get ready there.
The last wedding I did here, I took the bride and groom into the old cobbled streets of Old Amersham and got some lovely unique photos.
THIS IS OBVIOUSLY NOT AN EXHAUSTIVE LIST, AND THERE ARE LOTS MORE STUNNING VENUES, BUT I CANT LIST THEM ALL! FEEL FREE TO MESSAGE AND ASK FOR MORE PHOTOS OF SPECIFIC VENUES.
A FEW TIPS
No matter what your budget or style, there's a wedding venue in Buckinghamshire that's perfect for you. With its stunning scenery and abundance of options, Buckinghamshire is the perfect place to say "I do."
Here are some additional tips for choosing a wedding venue in Buckinghamshire:
- Consider the size of your guest list. Some venues can only accommodate a small number of guests, while others can accommodate hundreds.
- Think about the type of wedding you want. Do you want a traditional wedding with a formal ceremony and reception, or do you want a more casual wedding with a relaxed atmosphere?
- Consider your budget. Wedding venues can range in price from a few hundred pounds to several thousand pounds.
- Do your research. Read reviews of different venues and visit them in person to get a feel for the atmosphere.
- Book early. The best wedding venues in Buckinghamshire often book up quickly, so it's important to book early to secure your date.