I am so pleased and excited to be part of the team of suppliers at the fabulous new wedding and event venue at Cleatham Hall near Kirton Lindsey, Lincolnshire.
This is a Grade ll listed, Palladian mansion and is set in 10 arcres of ground that are being lovingly planted by the owners.
This grand building could be your wedding venue with sole exclusive use on the day.
The urns are usually planted with seasonal flowers or you can add your own arrangement and these box balls sitting on flower and foliage rings add style to the entrance.
Each stunning room has a license, and each has been lovingly restored, so you can marry in whichever suits your needs best. This however is probably the best use of the space with the gorgeous fireplace easily decorated with a large mantelpiece design.
The ceremony table sits before a large bay window with views across the lawn onto gardens and open fields beyond. All the shutters do open and let plenty of light into the room.
The newly built orangery is light and airy with open views across the garden and a doorway that leads onto the lawn for those wishing to take advantage of the outside space.
The new tables set 10 and with the lovely chiavari chairs you can take your pick on whether to dress them further or not. These were dressed by Chloe at Weddings by Chloe in a beautiful blush colour ruffle hood.
These flower displays are only a guide, the venue suits both tall and low designs depending on your style.
Unfortunately real candles are not allowed but these are artificial battery ones which I can provide and once lit at night they are very life like.
The venue has a few rooms available to you to stay in and get ready and this could be the start of your walk towards your new husband. The stairs have two alcoves that just need filling with flowers.
These can be separate displays or part of your table designs which will be swiftly moved once the ceremony starts.
I am looking forward to being a part of the great team here at Cleatham Hall and can’t wait to dress this gorgeous venue once more with flowers.