Weddings at Kelmarsh Hall and Gardens


Kelmarsh Hall is a beautiful, unique, exclusive
use country house wedding venue,
set in the Northamptonshire countryside.
The building’s grand, elegant 18th Century
architecture and surrounding estate make
it a stunning backdrop for your day. The
romantic venue is tucked away in tranquil
isolation, guaranteeing wedding parties the
freedom and privacy for their celebrations.
Kelmarsh is licensed to
hold civil ceremonies and
partnerships for as many as
500 guests! You could hold
your ceremony, followed
by a wedding breakfast for
100 guests and evening
reception for up to 175
within the building.

Inside the Hall are beautiful
fi ne rooms, which is where
your civil ceremony,
wedding breakfast and
evening reception would
be hosted. The Hall
was decorated by Nancy
Lancester, who created the shabby chic country house design which
still inspires interiors today! The colours
are subtle pastel colours which match any
wedding colour scheme.

The stunning gardens of Kelmarsh Hall
provide a fantastic space for wedding events.
From the formal terraces to the intimate
fl ower gardens, the grounds are not only
beautiful but make spectacular backdrops
for your important wedding photographs.
Additionally, your guest may enjoy exploring
the estate through the woodland walks.
For more intimate wedding
ceremonies, the restored
Orangery can hold
ceremonies and receptions
and boasts outstanding
views across the parkland
and Kelmarsh Church.

To book a viewing, or hear
more about weddings at
Kelmarsh Hall and Gardens,
email weddings@kelmarsh.
com or visit www.kelmarsh.
com/weddings

All photos used are by the
amazing Terri and Lori
Photography.

 

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Kelmarsh Hall & Gardens September/October 2020