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Wedding Trends for 2017

by Alice Bradbeer-Davis

Wedding Trends for 2017

Congratulations! If you're reading this we assume you've recently got engaged and are pondering the vast minefield that is wedding planning! Where to start we hear you say! We promise you that once you have your venue the rest will become easier, so prioritise finding your dream location first. Luckily that is the bit we can help with! These days your wedding can be anything you want it to be, if you can dream it - it can happen. With the wedding season fast approaching here are our favourite trends for 2017 and some amazing venues to match.

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Cliveden House, Taplow, Berkshire

Fairytale Glamour. Watching all those Disney films as you grew up has inspired your day and you want to feel like a princess. So your venue needs to be picture perfect and have that fairytale element to really wow your guests. Clivedon House is a real winner with its beautiful architecture and intimate wedding gazebo.

Smallshaw Farm Cottages (Wedding Venue)

Hollin Lane, Millhouse Green, Sheffield

Smallshaw Farm Cottages, Hollin Lane, Sheffield, South Yorkshire

Festival Vibes. Festival weddings are becoming more and more popular, with barns and fields offering the blank canvas that allows you to really create something that reflects the personal touches of you as a couple. A festival wedding is the ultimate party and Smallshaw Cottages will not disappoint. With the run of the cottages, space for a traditional marquee or a more festival themed tipi and even an outdoor hot tub, it will provide the perfect setting for your informal day. Go for a modern boho theme or amp up the festival vibe with hay bale seating for your ceremony - the possibilities are endless. When it comes to accommodating guests, lots of venues now allow tents to be pitched too!

Cley Windmill (Pub with Rooms)

The Quay, Cley-next-the-Sea, Holt

Cley Windmill, The Quay, Holt, Norfolk

Something Unique. Fed up with run of the mill (no pun intended) wedding venues, and want to celebrate somewhere different to impress your guests? Clay Windmill is the perfectly quirky wedding venue with the ceremony usually taking place in the wonderful circular sitting room which dates back to 1713. Or, if the English weather prevails and you want to hold your ceremony outside with the Windmill standing proud in the background, then this is possible too. Dream team Sarah and Simon have a 'nothing is too much trouble' attitude to wedding panning and will make the experience truly one to remember. You can even hire this location in its entirety to make the most of the experience.

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