Oxnead Hall is one of the most beautiful garden wedding venues. The original Tudor gardens of pruned hedges and green mazes, gravel paths leading to water fountains and lush plants and flower beds set a romantic scene. And a duo ceremony means you can have the legal part of your wedding in one of the licensed buildings (the Orangery, Long Room or Church), after an outside ceremony in the idyllic gardens.
Down from the beautiful formal gardens and expanse of green is this Norfolk wedding venue’s very own lake and water garden. Framed by the River Bure, it’s reminiscent of Monet’s ‘Water Lilies’ with huge lily pads bobbing in it and a little bridge crossing it. The opportunities for photographs are endless here – why not pose with your partner by the lake, in front of the medieval-inspired stone tower further up the water, or under one of the brick archways?
One of the most versatile outdoor wedding venues in the UK, Oxnead Hall and its typically striking Norfolk gardens lend themselves well to picnics, garden games and drinks served al fresco. Or simply take in the resplendent views of this space on your wedding day.
To book your civil wedding at Oxnead Hall in conjunction with your reception, please visit Norfolk County Council’s website.