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Posted: December 19th 2018
Planning a wedding is a daunting task. What do you start with? Which supplier should you book first? With Holkham’s 12-month countdown planner we help you work out the order in which to organise your wedding.
Posted: November 23rd 2018
Sonny and Adam Wharton-Ward got married at Holkham in July 2018 in spectacular style - a day with surprise after surprise and one that their guests won’t possibly forget in a hurry. Here Sonny reveals the magic that went into their big day.
Posted: November 05th 2018
Madison Bird married Harry Thimont on 2nd September 2017, exactly 5 years after the date they first met. Their destination wedding at Holkham was a happy day full of friends, family and some lovely personal touches.
Posted: October 25th 2018
Despite the old superstition “Get married in May rue the day”, May has traditionally been one of the most popular months of the year to get married. At Holkham it is one of the prettiest times of year on the estate, the purple wisteria flowers are in bloom, adorning the arches and doorways around the Walled Garden where you can put up a marquee and have your own country garden.
Posted: October 05th 2018
From Holkham’s beautiful countryside surroundings to the timeless green, white and gold flower arrangements, Hannah and Adam’s winter wonderland wedding was a romantic and elegant affair, with a touch of Christmas magic thrown in.
Posted: September 21st 2018
by Belle Heaphy, Weddings Sales Manager
Fragrancing weddings is one bridal trend that is on the rise and the Weddings Team at Holkham will tell you how to create a wedding day scent with fresh flowers.
Posted: September 12th 2018
by Belle Hutton, Sales Manager
When Ruth Johnson married Sebastian Spitz here at Holkham in July her vision for the day was for it to be fun and filled with laughter. When you see her photos, I think you’ll agree her wedding was definitely that!
Posted: August 22nd 2018
by Belle Heaphy, Sales Manager
There are many wonderful reasons to plan a winter wedding. Firstly, you won’t spend the nine months or so before your wedding Googling ‘weather in…’ to see if it’s going to rain. You don’t plan a winter wedding for blue skies and sunshine – although you might get them. Then there’s the fact that Christmas has to be one of the most romantic times of the year; twinkly fairy lights, cosy fires and what could be better than booming out your favourite Carols during your wedding ceremony? Plus, by picking a winter wedding your theme is pretty much taken care of, your wedding dress dictated by the chill in the air and your flower choice usefully slim-lined by what’s in season. But there are still some big decisions to consider when planning a winter wedding and with our ultimate guide you can tick off all the important ones without so much as an extra wrinkle on your brow.
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