Tori & Dave's Wedding Video:
If you're looking for a wedding venue near the Cotswolds, look no further. Birtsmorton Court is a stately home with acres of grounds and buildings to explore. It even has its own moat (of course), chapel and church within the grounds so there's nothing missing from your big day!
Dave and Tori opted for an outdoor ceremony in October, which was a massive risk, but boy did it pay off. The bubble celebration instead of confetti too was such a unique and fun way to send the newlyweds down the aisle.
The venue has been extensively renovated and offers a variety of ceremony options, including the main house which can accommodate up to 80 guests in its ballroom. The ballroom was a darker space, so that is something to consider for your photographer.
The chapel has lots of natural light so can be used as an indoor or outdoor space depending on what you want. As for accommodation the house can host 30, and there are even three luxury Shepherd's Huts set amongst apple and pear trees in a corner of the Birtsmorton estate. The grounds are perfect for photographs and have plenty of space for dancing or games during your evening reception.
Birtsmorton Court is a stunning venue for all occasions, with lakes, fields and woodland for you and your guests to explore. The moat is perfect for photos, Dave and Tori had all of their family portraits on the inside of the moat and bridal party pictures just in front of the main house. They look beautiful. As we were doing video on their day, it was very easy for us to capture movement as they walked around the orchards and the lake. The colours, as you can see from the video were stunning, boasting autumnal yellows and oranges at every turn.
Image by Surefooted Media
We hope you've enjoyed reading about Birtsmorton Court and the fantastic wedding venue it is. They have a team of dedicated wedding planners on hand who will help plan every detail of your day from start to finish so that everything runs smoothly on the big day itself.
Flowers- Family Friend
Photographer- Huw Briscoe