Wiltshire Garden Wedding Venue
Larmer Tree Gardens is an extraordinary wedding venue. 11 acres of grounds set in an area of outstanding natural beauty on the border of Wiltshire and Dorset. The gardens are spacious enough for any size of wedding containing a collection of unique Victorian buildings. A Roman Temple on the edge of a lake, The ornate Lower Indian Room and the show stopping Singing Theatre.
It’s an exclusive use venue meaning that you and your guests can relax and enjoy the day in private. It’s large and extensive grounds can accommodate almost any type of wedding.
Wedding ceremonies at Larmer Tree
Wedding ceremonies can take place outdoors in the Roman Temple or the Lower Indian Room. The Jubilee Hall can accommodate indoor wedding ceremonies with its beautiful carvings and decoration. A five minute drive from the gardens is the church of St. Peter ad Vincula for those who would prefer a religious ceremony.
150 guests can be accommodated for the wedding breakfast and an extra 100 can be added for the evening party. Drinks receptions can be held on the lawns and guests can explore the wooded trails, lake and find the little fairy doors hidden in the trees. One thing is for sure no-one will be bored because there’s plenty to see and do. Deckchairs and garden games are included along with space hoppers. If the weather takes a turn for the worse umbrellas are also available. In the evening lights and fire pits are lit. Did someone say “Marshmallows”?
Larmer Tree Wedding Photography Gallery
Fiona and Ben were married at Larmer Tree Gardens on a beautiful Autumn day. They had an outdoor ceremony in the Lower Indian Room with the guests seated on the lawn in front. They rode the space hoppers while James entertained the guests with his haunting atmospheric accordion playing.