Coming out of a busy and utterly fabulous wedding season this Summer, I’ve been looking back at some of my favourites for the year. We’ve had big, exciting, marvellous country weddings, with bouncy castles, crepe tricycles, magicians, ice cream and sweetie caravans, and bands of all shapes and sizes, and we’ve had small and intimate affairs, that quietly and beautifully take your breath away, welcoming in a new chapter of a wonderful couples life. I think this is the beauty of Lillibrooke as a barn wedding venue – each of our wedding barns is a beautiful blank canvas to be moulded to your every desire, they can be filled with flowers and fairy lights, or simply left to be beautiful all on their own. I have been lucky enough to organise events in a lot of amazing venues, from the great entrance hall at the Natural History Museum (yes, under Dippy the Dinosaur’s bottom…), to Windsor Castle and Somerset House, to boats on the River Thames, but there is something about Lillibrooke – if you’re looking for a historic wedding venue or adore barn weddings, it is the sort of place that you will fall in love with and one thing is for sure when you choose it as your venue – whatever you plan to do here, it will be incredible!
Ellie’s dress in October was exquisite and she looked absolutely beautiful on the day. The video (shown on our brilliant new AV system!), of their underwater engagement during a diving trip on holiday ensured there wasn’t a dry eye in the house during the speeches