Set in 125 acres of National Trust parkland, Morden Hall, is a South London eighteenth-century house. The hall offers elegant ceremony rooms and beautiful gardens complete with a picture-perfect white iron bridge. The venue will cater for up to 150 guests, and will be exclusively yours for the day. And as the website says, when it comes to weddings, what could be better than a historic romantic house. Due to the considerable parkland, you forget that you’re in the city. The beautiful grounds complete with meandering river are the perfect setting for the couple portrait session and furthermore for your guests to relax in.
This sophisticated wedding was full of joy and love, which we think comes through the pictures in spades. Everything from the preparation to the evening reception was elegant and charming. The Cherry Room, the bridal dressing room, is a beautiful contemporary calming space with natural tones. It offers high ceilings and tall windows overlooking a private garden. Sara was the perfect bride in a stunningly elegant gown and veil. The classical style of her gown was wonderfully complemented by her quintessential blush rose bouquet.
The perfectly romantic civil ceremony was held in the softly decorated, light-filled room. Drinks followed in the National Trust gardens, the perfect setting for this late summer wedding – lushly green and full of flowers. Finally, a Muslim ceremony completed the day, accompanied by a friend of the couple reading beautiful translated Arabic texts.
Particularly relevant for those of you in the planning stages, Heather, the events manager and artist, really impressed us. She made everything very relaxed, and managed the day perfectly. We therefore highly recommend her and Morden Hall to any future brides.