Getting married in Luton offers some brilliant venues! My work in the area includes the prestigious Luton Hoo and impressive Putterage Bury.
This snapshot of venues shows both those I've visited to help brides get ready for the day, as well as a few popular venues! Of course, with many of my clients getting ready at home their venues may not be included.
Putteridge Bury is situated in picturesque parkland on the Hertfordshire/Bedfordshire border and is the perfect venue for your Wedding Reception. We can cater for up to 120 guests for your wedding breakfast and up to 160 guests for your evening celebrations. For the larger wedding the beautiful gardens are ideal for a marquee.
Putteridge Bury is a neo-Elizabethan manor house built in 1911 in the style of Chequers. The grounds were redesigned by Edwin Lutyens and planted by Gertrude Jekyll. The reflecting pool and massive yew hedges provide a wonderful setting for your photographs.
This 18th century Grade 1 listed Mansion House has been sensitively and immaculately transformed into a five-star hotel and provides the magnificent location for your wedding, honeymoon, civil or partnership ceremony. Luton Hoo is capable of hosting the most intimate wedding for as few as eight guests, up to a ceremony and reception for 120. Whichever the size of party, you can be assured of a most magical and memorable occasion. The Mansion House has a choice of beautifully appointed rooms in which to exchange your wedding vows.
Luton Hoo has long been considered a grand & romantic hideaway, with Queen Elizabeth and the Duke of Edinburgh often returning to Luton Hoo in the early years of their marriage to celebrate their wedding anniversary. It would seem that weddings at Luton Hoo come with a certain Royal approval. The grade I listed Mansion House creates one of the most impressive looking wedding venues in Bedfordshire and Hertfordshire. Its history, marble interiors and beautiful period rooms, including a spectacular converted Orthodox Russian Chapel, are enough to make any bride feel like a princess on her wedding day.