After the venue, food is probably the biggest consideration for couples planning their wedding. When you’re perusing the brochure pages of wedding venues and catering companies, it can quickly get overwhelming! There are so many options, from a sit down meal to a finger buffet or a fork buffet… What do these actually mean?
Weddings are expensive. I think this is something that we are all aware of. However, even if you try to budget as much as possible, there are still some costs that are unavoidable. For example, you have to give notice, hire a registrar, and buy a marriage certificate.
We know the story: ceremony, breakfast, evening reception, rinse and repeat. For couples looking to do something a little different, this structure can be somewhat restrictive. However, it doesn’t have to be like that. If you’re not too fussed about hosting a wedding reception or have absolutely no intention of going through the stress of planning one, you’ve come to the right place.
This is a question that many brides face: should I get married in a church or have a civil ceremony? While the answer may be easy for some, for others it will take a lot more consideration.
The manor house epitomises the romantic vision of a grand wedding. As a vibrant city rich in history, Bristol offers a plethora of these wedding venue options. Neighbouring the Cotswolds and the beautiful World Heritage Site of Bath, it’s unsurprising that Bristol offers some fabulous manor house wedding venues, jam-packed with history and enjoying views of the rolling countryside.