Getting married outdoors in the UK.


Outdoor weddings are a wonderful option for nature-loving couples wanting to hold their wedding celebrations in the great outdoors. It is a unique and vibrant experience.

Getting married outside is a growing trend which we believe will be even more popular in the future.



The benefits of an outdoor wedding

There are a huge amount of benefits to hosting an outdoor wedding…

  • More space: guests have the option to mix and mingle without being confined in spaces. And you won’t have to worry about narrowing your guest list down.

  • Romantic: hosting a wedding reception under the stars oozes romance.

  • Fewer decorations: when you’re already surrounded by scenery, you have a head start of the décor. Choose a location that gives you a backdrop that matches your ideal themed wedding.

  • Natural lighting: this flows throughout the day creating a wide range of theme options for your photos. Take advantage of the warm colour tones of the sun during the day, and use the right photographer for amazing night photography.


What is the best season for getting married outdoors?

Most would choose a spring or summer wedding, where the weather is warmer. Spring brings blooming gardens and summer brings fantastic blue skies – both of which create a beautiful backdrop for exchanging your vows. But that doesn’t mean we should dismiss a late autumn or winter wedding. Although you’re gambling with elements a little more, autumn weddings offer earthy colours. Winter weddings also have a magical air to them, and you might even get a dusting of snow.

 

Outdoor wedding venues in East Anglia


Wellington Wood, Norfolk

Secluded yet easily accessible in south-west Norfolk, Wellington Wood is nestled within its own 70 acres of wildflower meadows and ancient woodlands, where everything revolves around your magical ceremony and unforgettable celebration. There is a variety of ceremony areas and a meadow setting for your choice of wedding tent with licensed bar.


Hungarian Hall, Suffolk

Hungarian Hall is an enticing wedding venue set in the beautiful Suffolk countryside and located close to the market town of Woodbridge. The grounds of Hungarian Hall make a stunning venue for wedding ceremonies, receptions, balls, parties and product launches. Outside ceremonies are available in the new Victorian Summerhouse positioned just a short distance from the reception marquee.


Rookery Meadow, Suffolk

Rookery Meadow is a unique outdoor wedding venue located on the borders of Norfolk and Suffolk.

A meadow wedding is a wonderful way to celebrate your special day in a relaxed, beautiful environment. Enjoy exclusive hire for three days, with the option to spend a night glamping under the stars and hold a gathering the following day.



Hockering House, Norfolk

Hockering House nestles within the heart of Norfolk’s beautiful countryside, yet is just 15 minutes from Norwich. Ceremonies can be held on the lawn for up to 130 guests surrounded by stunning gardens and parkland, or in the enchanting woodland glade for up to 50 guests seated on straw bales. They also host festival-themed weddings.



Happy Valley, Norfolk

With its own pretty lake, bridged island and beautiful glamping accommodation, Happy Valley is a truly magical and incredibly romantic setting. Ceremonies can be held on the private island or amongst the trees. A dutch party barn was added in 2018, which has a large opening looking out over the pond, making Happy Valley perfect for all weathers.


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