Come and see our amazing historic venue dressed for a wedding and meet excellent suppliers from the local area at our Wedding Showcases.
Book your free place now by contacting one of the dedicated Hospitality Event Co-ordinators.
Eltham Palace - Thursday 2 March, 6pm - 8:30pm
An important royal palace between the 14th and 16th centuries, it wasn't until the 1930s that the incredible new house was added by the Courtaulds. Now a stunning marriage of medieval and modern architecture, it's easy to see how Eltham Palace has become one of London's most fashionable and sophisticated venues for wedding ceremonies and receptions.
Come and meet our deciated team of Hospitality Event Co-ordinators as well as recommended local suppliers to find everything you need for a wedding as unique as this setting.Book your place
Wrest Park - Sunday 5 March, 11am - 2pm
Wrest Park has been home to the de Grey family for over 600 years, with each owner leaving their own creative mark on the house and grounds. Between 1834 and 1839, the new house was built, looking every inch like a grand French Chateau in the 90 acres of magical landscape.
With 6 choices of ceremony and reception rooms, including marquees, come along to Wrest Park's showcase and meet our dedicated Hospitality Event Co-ordinators and local suppliers who want to make your dream wedding come true.Book your place
Osborne - Sunday 12 March
Queen Victoria said that "it is impossible to imagine a prettier spot" than the one which Osborne sits upon. Bought by the Queen and Prince Albert, they built a new house as a safe haven for their growing family where they could escape the rigours of court life. With a private beach, it is the ideal location for a destination wedding without leaving the UK.
Join us on Sunday 12 March to see this former royal household dressed for a wedding, meet accreditied suppliers and our dedicated Hospitality Event Co-ordinators who'll help plan a wedding day fit for royality.Book your place
St Mawes Castle - Saturday 18 March, 1pm - 3pm
One of the best preserved of Henry VIII's coastal castles, St Mawes Castle helped to protect the Cornish coast from invasion for over 400 years. With relatively little developement over the years, you are still able to see the elaborate decorations praising Henry VIII and his son Edward VI.
Discover this charming coastal castle on Saturday 18 March when the castle will dressed for a wedding. On Sunday 19 March, visit its sister castle, Pendennis Castle, where you can meet some of the best local suppliers and our Hospitality team who'll help plan your perfect day.Book your place
Pendennis Castle - Sunday 19 March, 11am - 3pm
Pendennis Castle, has also helped to protect the Cornish coast from invasion for over 400 years. Although the site has been regular updated throughout the centuries, the most impressive addition was the Royal Artillery Barracks, which is ideal for wedding receptions.
Join us for our wedding showcase on Sunday 19 March and to see the castle keep dressed for a wedding ceremony, the Royal Artillery Barracks dressed for a wedding reception and discuss all the details of your prefect day with some of the best local suppliers and our dedicated Hospitality team.Book your place