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Warren Farmhouse Weddings & Events is our venue of the week

Warren Farmhouse Weddings & Events looks great in photos Warren Farmhouse Weddings & Events is a marquee venue situated in Warren Farm’s grounds; specifically a private two-acre paddock surrounded by farmland and forests. The Duke of Portland once owned the venue and it offers a real slice of local history.

The beautifully maintained lawns in front of the farmhouse are part of the venue and often used to host ceremonies and welcome drinks, before the wedding party heads on down to the marquee to enjoy the rest of the wedding celebrations.

The paddock has a picturesque pond and an ancient oak tree that houses the famous double rope swing – a popular photo spot for couples and guests. There’s plenty of room around the marquee to set up seating areas using bales of hay, oversized games or a bouncy castle.

The marquee is a traditional canvas marquee with exposed wooden poles and rustic touches such as the reclaimed wood bar, the hessian matting flooring throughout and a sturdy wooden dancefloor. The roof is lined with thousands of fairylights and a large hanging chandelier to add a touch of glamour. The couple has the option to choose whether they prefer the more formal limewash banqueting chairs with round tables or the long rustic wooden tables with matching benches. Or indeed a mix of the two to keep all generations happy!

The venue doesn’t have a ceremony licence but has an in-house celebrant that can guide couples through the legal process and provide a bespoke ceremony which is often preferred over the traditional civil ceremony option. This takes place either in front of the farmhouse on the beautiful lawns or down in the paddock. A canopy can be provided if the weather doesn’t hold up.

Receptions can take place in the marquee with up to 150 guests with three defined areas; the bar and chill-out sofa area, the main sit-down wedding breakfast part, and the dancefloor and stage section.

A wedding planner is provided at no extra charge meaning that couples have all of the necessary help throughout their planning journey. The experienced team of planners have worked with a wide range of trusted suppliers in the industry and can help recommend those most relevant. Couples also have the option for their wedding party to stay overnight in luxury bell tents.

Check out: www.warrenfarmhouseweddings.co.uk

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