Packed with cute villages and surrounded by lush, wild countryside, we've got to hand it to Worcestershire, it may be small in size but it's home to some pretty amazing wedding venues.
With the charming Cotswolds to its south, the rolling hills of the Malverns on the west and the tranquil River Severn running through it, no matter where you head to in Worcestershire they'll be a breathtaking wedding venue that might be the one.
But it's not all rustic romance and historic spots (although it does have a lot of that!), there's also modern properties and contemporary pads to explore as well. From art deco elegance, state-of-the art technology and even an action packed safari park, Worcestershire wedding venues are stylish and fun.
So, whether you want to wed in a traditional chapel, or you're after something a little more unique, here's our roundup of 18 wonderful Worcestershire wedding venues that you need to know about.
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1. Stanbrook Abbey - Worcester
Once a former abbey, Stanbrook Abbey is a Grade II listed, 16th century hotel that's set just moments away from the Cotswolds.
St Anne's Hall, the original chapel, is a striking space to host a ceremony of up to 200 guests. From its intricate high ceilings to the impressive stain glass windows, it'll provide a breathtaking backdrop to say 'I do' in.
If you'd rather wed outside, the private garden also has a capacity of 200 people, where your guests can watch you exchange your vows with a romantic view of the Willow Lake.
What's more, the Garden Pavilion is just across the lawn and is an ideal spot for a wedding meal and evening party.
2. Manor Hill House - Bromsgrove
Manor Hill House is a fresh and contemporary wedding venue set in the English countryside that's ideal for couples who want a rustically romantic day, but still want modern amenities.
In addition to their four light-filled and spacious function rooms, Manor Hill House also has a stunning pavilion and impressive marquee. You'll have the idyllic landscape as your backdrop and a beautiful wheat field to take photographs in.
Your first night as a married couple will no doubt be one of luxury as their super deluxe honeymoon suite comes complete with a chromotherapy bath, perfect for relaxing in after the big day.
3. Hogarths Stone Manor - Shenstone
If you're on the hunt for a wedding venue that's able to accommodate a large guest list, look no further than Hogarths Stone Manor.
Set within 27 acres of gorgeous grounds with a croquet, rose and walled garden, this wedding venue is licensed to hold both indoor and outdoor ceremonies with up to 400 guests, so there will be more than enough space for your big day.
It boasts 56 luxury bedrooms that are modern and chic, giving friends and family the option of staying overnight. As your guests depart they can end the celebrations with a midnight feast of bacon baps... it doesn't get better than that!
4. Redhouse Barn - Bromsgrove
Redhouse Barn isn't just any barn wedding venue, it's a charming space with bags of character that's kitted out with all sorts of contemporary features that'll make your day seriously memorable.
We're talking state-of-the-art Bose sound systems, professional special effect lighting equipment, and an LED colour changing dance floor. If that doesn't get the party started, we don't know what will!
There's even a cosy snug with comfortable sofas, a drinks bar and a log-burning stove if you want to rest your feet for a few moments. In the winter months, this romantic retreat will be wonderful.
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5. Crumplebury - Abberley
Crumplebury is a unique wedding venue that stylish couples who love chic interiors will be beyond impressed by.
This modern property is set on the picturesque Worcestershire countryside and with floor to ceiling glass windows throughout the building, you'll have unspoilt views across the rustic setting wherever you are.
Enjoy your delicious wedding meal in the dramatic and impressive function room, complete with contemporary lighting and a grand piano.
As for the bedrooms? How does a giant four poster bed with a free standing copper bath and a monsoon shower sound...
6. Arley House & Gardens - Bewdley
Make the most of Worcestershire's picturesque landscape by getting hitched at Arley House & Gardens.
You'll be spoilt for choice when it comes to countryside views, from the walled Italian garden and whimsical woodlands, to the burbling banks of the River Severn.
If you're planning a religious ceremony, St Peter's Church is a 12th century grade II listed building that can hold up to 180 friends and family.
Have a larger guest list? 350 of your loved ones can celebrate your special day in a marquee or tipi specially set up in the grounds.
7. Elmbridge Farm - Droitwich
Surrounded by 60 acres of fields and forest and overlooking a tranquil lake, Elmbridge Farm is a tipi wedding venue that'll make the perfect rustic escape for your wedding day.
Whether you're planning a festival style celebration, or a sweet summer party, this tipi tent is a versatile black canvas that can be transformed into whatever you're dreaming of.
Make your rural event even more magical by glamping overnight in bell tends in the woodland. With free parking onsite for you and your guests, it'll be easily accessible to all.
8. OldCastle Estate - Colwall
A historic house is a lovely location for your wedding day, and OldCastle Estate in Colwall is up there with one of the best in Worcestershire.
You'll have so much choice on where to wed if you choose to get married here, with multiple indoor and outdoor areas available that can host up to 400 guests.
One of our favourite spaces is the bar by the lake, which provides the perfect tranquil setting to enjoy drinks and canapés while listening to the soft sound of the water.
We also adore the Pavilion for your evening reception. It has a draped ceiling and a wonderful ambience that'll be the ideal ending to your big day.
9. Malvern College - Malvern
Dating back to 1865, Malvern College is another historic setting for your wedding day.
Classic and traditional in décor and style, choose to marry with 200 guests in the Big School, up to 80 guests in the Lyall Foyer Rogers Theatre or with 60 people in The Memorial Library.
After you've said your vows, the Gryphon Room is located in the newer area of the college campus and is an ideal space for your reception.
Whether you opt for a relaxed buffet or a luxury three course meal, there's ample food options available that are all delicious.
10. Spring Grove House Safari Venues - Bewdley
Spring Grove House is set within the grounds of West Midland Safari Park and if you choose to marry here you're guaranteed a wedding day packed with fun!
From meeting the animals to enjoying the theme park rides, this is a wedding venue with entertainment like no other.
The gorgeous Georgian house can host ceremonies and a wedding breakfast for up to 220 people, but if you want something a little more unique consider exchanging your vows in the Treetops Pavilion.
With dramatic high ceilings and elegant drapes, it can accommodate 100 day and 150 evening guests.
11. The Lyttelton Arms - Broomhall
From the outside this country pub is rustic and traditionally charming... step inside and you and your guests will be seriously impressed with the modern and stylish interiors.
A fabulous mix of art deco and eccentric décor, expect pops of animal print, sumptuous jewel toned fabrics and contemporary light fixtures.
The industrial style bar area features gold detailing and green tiles, making for a truly spectacular space.
Whether you're planning an intimate meal after your ceremony or a full reception in their elegant dining room, The Lyttelton Arms won't disappoint.
12. Robins End - Tenbury Wells
Originally built in 1735 as a clergy house, Robins End is a rural retreat that offers peace, tranquillity and picturesque views for your special day.
You and your guests will get lost in your wedding weekend as you enter this Georgian manor home. The property boasts a heated swimming pool, along with a games room, fitness centre and bar keeping all ages of guests entertained.
This stunning venue also boasts 10 bedrooms and a spectacular kitchen with a traditional Aga stove, so you'll have everything you need to feel at home and relax.
13. Dumbleton Hall Hotel - Evesham
An elegant manor house is an idyllic spot to get married, and Dumbleton Hall Hotel is one to watch if you're looking for wedding venues in Worcestershire.
This 19th century property is jaw dropping from the outside, with grand archways and amazing turrets. Once inside, the oak panelled former ballroom is ideal for ceremonies of up to 100 guests, or if you prefer there is a traditional parish church only moments away.
Our favourite feature is the terrace where you and your guests can sip on drinks alfresco while looking over the lake which boasts their famous black swans - something you won't see everywhere!
14. Severn Manor - Dunley
Severn Manor is a listed Victorian property with four acres of gorgeous gardens that make a wonderful setting for your wedding day.
Up to 200 guests can attend a reception on the grounds, enjoying views of a century old rose garden and landscaped lawns. We love the idea of a romantic evening celebration with strings of fairy lights adorning the nearby trees and marquee.
If you want to get married inside, The Hall is an ideal space for gatherings of up to 100 people. Think elegant chandeliers, a grand staircase and a fabulous dance floor.
15. The Wood Norton - Evesham
If you choose to marry at The Wood Norton, you'll be following the footsteps of royalty as this wedding venue hosted a royal wedding in 1907.
Located high above the River Avon and Vale of Evesham, it's surrounded by stunning countryside with the Cotswolds, Bredon Hill and the Malverns on its doorstep so it's not hard to see why this fairy tale wedding venue is so popular.
The venue's expert wedding coordinators will be on hand every step of the way to transform your dreams into a reality and they'll be available on the day itself to ensure everything runs smoothly.
16. Old Rectory House Hotel - Ridditch
Quaint, romantic and charming are three words that come to mind when describing Old Rectory House Hotel.
Whether you're planning an intimate celebration with 20 loved ones or a larger party with up to 150 guests, this wedding venue will be a wonderful space to make magical memories.
With a charming front door and greenery covered face, the property is a beautiful backdrop for your wedding photographs.
We think it's an ideal spot for a spring or summer celebration!
17. Deer Park Hall - Pershore
As the name suggests, Deer Park Hall is set on 1,400 acres of beautiful countryside where deer are free to roam, so you'll have spectacular scenery as you say 'I do'.
The oak panelled Hall & Gallery offer a spacious area to hold your ceremony and reception or, if you want to head outside how about having a few drinks on the lawns?
Complete with garden games, terraces and a stream and waterfall, the gorgeous grounds overlook the Malvern Hills making for an impressive view.
You can even dine alfresco with a summer BBQ or an afternoon tea!
18. Birtsmorton Court - Birtsmorton
Wedding venues don't come more impressive than a medieval moated manor house so we think Birtsmorton Court is a wedding venue that should definitely be on your radar.
Able to hold ceremonies of up to 200 people, you can have your whole day in this special space, or should you wish to have a religious ceremony there's a parish church on site.
As well as the gorgeous moat, the romantic White Garden is a picturesque and natural area for guests to gather for your speeches or to enjoy alfresco drinks and canapes.
There's also luxury accommodation available so 18 loved ones can stay the night.
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