A wedding venue for all seasons.

wedding venueRegardless of the theme, location and the little details that will make your day your own, there are certain decisions you need to make as soon as possible. Before you book anything for your wedding, there are several things to consider, such as whether you want to have a church or civil ceremony, the date and who you need to ask for help and when. Begin by deciding exactly what type of wedding venue you would like to book for you big day. If you are looking for a beautiful, elegant house steeped in history, surrounded by breathtaking gardens and wonderful countryside and conveniently close to London our wedding venue in Kent will fit the bill perfectly.

Your wedding date may be determined by the availability of your church, register office or reception venue so it’s a good idea to make enquiries before making a final decision on your date. If you want to have your wedding on a summer Saturday, you may have to book your ceremony and reception venues a year in advance. If you decide on a Sunday, weekday or winter wedding you may have fewer problems with booking ahead. Our hotel, Bromley Court, is a beautiful and historic hotel in Bromley. We are situated close to London with superb road and rail links and yet the feel of being deep in the British countryside makes it the perfect wedding venue for all seasons.

Whether grand or intimate, traditional or contemporary, your choice of wedding style is something you need to be totally happy with, and you will be working hard to make it all happen. Decide upon your wedding theme as early as possible.

Deciding on a theme for your wedding early on makes the rest of the wedding planning easier as it will influence lots of the little decisions as well as the big ones. The wedding theme can be subtle, such as a colour or motif featured in the invitations and repeated through details in the dresses, flowers, place cards, decor etc. Or it can be dramatic, such as a historical theme and encouraging the guests to arrive in period costume. Either way, if the wedding theme is taken from something you love, it makes the planning more fun.