We’re so lucky in Norfolk, with the amount of Norfolk Wedding Venues to choose from, it means when it comes to choosing one for your own wedding, there’s definitely something to suit your style!
If you want something a bit different, a bit quirky, and something that can really be made your own, why not check out the venues below (and I haven’t photographed at all of them yet, but if you’re getting married at any of these places, I’d *love* to hear from you).
1. Oxnead Hall
Oxnead Hall is an abandoned settlement near Buxton in Norfolk. With sprawling grounds, a huge manor house and the great barn to split your wedding between. It has no end of possibilities. iIth the walled garden, and the amount of space you get with the venue. It’s perfect to really make your own
2. The Halls, Norwich
The Halls in Norwich is probably best known for the beer festival! But it’s a fantastic wedding venue with no end of possibilities. With several rooms to choose from, from a more traditional ceremony room, to the chapel in the crypt, combined with it’s prime city centre location and huge room for the reception. It’s a fantastic venue for couples to put their own mark on.
Voewood is a Grade II listed Arts and Crafts House with no corkage charges if you want to supply your own drink, no restrictions on any suppliers, and comes including accommodation for 41! With a choice of inside or outside ceremony and ample space for you to use, it really can be made utterly unique for your wedding.