Farnham Castle wedding – classic English Heritage
It’s a Grade I listed building (known as the Bishop’s Palace for over 900 years). It has beautiful views overlooking the quint town of Farnham. Chris enjoyed a quick drink at the local pub, the Bell Inn before the ceremony at All Saints Church, Odiham. Chris is a helicopter pilot serving in the RAF. The couple decided to have a Military Wedding. Following the ceremony, Chris’s friends formed a Saber Arch as they left the church adding a nice bit of drama to their exit!
Celebrations continued at their wedding reception venue Farnham Castle. Guests enjoyed canapes and drinks in the beautiful garden surrounding the venue. An ancient monument part of English Heritage. As a result Farnham Castle is open to the public, therefore has plenty of landscaped gardens and spaces to wonder and explore. The venue has a private rose garden and the castle’s keep. Following the drinks reception, guests gathered for dinner in the Great Hall. most of all the scale of the room has real wow-factor. It’s stunning central chandelier, grand fireplace and gold-framed portraits create a beautiful classic setting. The wooden floor and neutral colour palette keep the whole room feeling contemporary. Following speeches the evening continued into the night with the couple kicking off the party with a traditional Ceilidh dance in the Great Hall.