Six distinctive Hertfordshire various marriage ceremony venues for a memorable large day

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The wedding season is back and with the coronavirus restrictions lifted this month, it’s time to start planning your special day in all its glory.

Our beautiful county offers couples the opportunity to make vows amid rolling hills and on the grounds of luxury hotels that accommodate even the most important guests.

For brides and grooms looking to party in style, Hertfordshire has some stunning and quirky venues that will suit even the quirkiest of couples.

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Whether you’re a movie buff, artist, or cricket fan, these spectacular wedding venues are perfect for couples looking to make their big days unforgettable.

St. Albans Museum and Gallery

St. Albans Museum and Gallery

This magnificent Georgian building from 1831 showcases more than 2,000 years of local, national and world heritage and contemporary art in its gallery space.

It also houses the old courtroom and cells, where visitors can imagine watching the court from the judge’s chair or standing as a defendant.

Happy couples can rent the entire building with space for up to 400 guests.

Alternatively, you can get married in the meeting room, which can accommodate 180 people. With its ornate chandeliers and lush gold leaf, this room was originally used for balls, galas and concerts and would be great for a ceremony.

Couples can also make their marriage legally binding in the courtroom, which can accommodate up to 100 guests.

Henry Moore Studios and Gardens

Henry Moore Studios and Gardens

For the more artistic brides and grooms among you, why not host your special day at Henry Moore Studios and Gardens? Located in Much Hadham, a pretty East Hertfordshire village, this 70 acre estate is home to Moore’s famous statues.

Ceremonies can be held in the traditional, half-timbered aisled barn from the 16th century, which is adorned with unique Moore tapestries.

For smaller and more intimate celebrations, the studios also offer rooms in the Dane Tree House visitor center.

These elegant and modern rooms offer wonderful panoramic views over the gardens.

Teepee Weddings in Aubrey Park

Couples looking for a quirky yet elegant wedding can get married in a teepee at this beautiful, independent Hemel Hempstead hotel.

Promising six acres of rolling woodland, the Aubrey Park Hotel has partnered with Wheathampstead-based Tipis4Hire to create magical, nature-inspired weddings.

Glittering fairy lights show the way through the forest and to an open meadow for the ceremony and in the winter months fire pits and heaters keep warm.

With space for 30 to 700 guests, the hotel can organize catering and accommodation to make your special day even more magical.

Elstree Studios

An overview of the Elstree Studios

An overview of the Elstree Studios

The legendary Borehamwood studios are now home to blockbusters and some of the top shows on British television. From Star Wars to Paddington and The Crown to Strictly Come Dancing, some of the world’s most famous films and TV series have been shot here in Hertfordshire.

For a glamorous wedding suitable for a movie star, rent the Event Suite, Rushes Bar, and White House Coffee Shop.

Get inspiration from your favorite movie and choose a theme for your special day.

London Shenley Club

In the beautiful countryside of Herts, the bride and groom can say yes at Shenley Cricket Club in London.

The summer tent can be rented from May to September and can accommodate 80 to 180 guests. For couples who prefer the cooler months, the club’s heated winter tent offers space for 50 to 120 people.

In addition to the marquee, the club’s stylish and old-fashioned cricket pavilion long room is also included in the wedding package.

You can hold your ceremony in this beautiful room or on the outside terrace when the sun is shining.

Bach Farm

This stunning Brook Farm, Cuffley wedding venue is part of the Theobalds Park Estate that once belonged to King James I.

It is believed that the monarch created the lake to enjoy recreational activities such as fishing and hunting.

The family that owns Brook Farm decided to give creative domination to couples on their special days, and they have hosted some really unique weddings.

From a festive ceremony to an Indian-English fusion wedding to a first dance that turned into a flash mob, this venue has seen it all.

Whichever way you choose to tie the knot, Hertfordshire is the place to go to celebrate your happy day.

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