Classic And Modern Beauty With A Boreham House Wedding
Right in the countryside of Essex is Boreham House, an exquisite property that served as Katherine and Lewis’s wedding location. The Venue was created in the 1700s and serves as a perfect spot to marvel at Essex’s beauty. With views of the nearby lake and trees is an unforgettable sight. The summer weather on the wedding day provided the perfect environment for the guests, as they were willing to partake in the drinks being served.
There is no other home that is quite like the Boreham House in all of the South East area. It has been designated as an English Heritage Grade 1 listed Stately Home, complete with a license. No other wedding venue in Essex can compete with Boreham House because of its unique features. Henry VIII’s staircase is just one of the notable things that sets this location apart.
The Glass Pavilion and the Oak Room are two locations at the Venue where couples can choose to get married. The Pavilion is located on the grounds, while the Oak Room is in the house. Each one of these areas will make the perfect place for a wedding. Many aristocrats have gathered in the Oak Room over centuries. The room is adorned with beautiful oak carvings, flooring, plasterwork, and windows that are clear reflections of the time’s style choices.
The Glass Pavilion works as a better option for those expecting a large number of guests at the wedding. From the Pavilion, guest can see The Vale of Chelmer, along with a large panoramic view of all of the grounds’ areas. Guests who choose the Pavilion can enjoy a wedding that skews to a more modern style with the surrounds. Modern or classic, a Boreham House wedding is a sight to behold.
I had such a great time at Boreham House and look forward to working there again in the future.
Venue: Boreham House
Dress: Fleur De Lys
MUA: Team Glam
Florist: Paris Legore Flowers