The Studio at Cranford Hall is a mansion wedding venue located in Northampton, Northamptonshire. This gorgeous Georgian property still operates as a family home but hosts a small number of weddings each year. With a plethora of indoor and outdoor event spaces, this site can accommodate the celebration you've always dreamed of.
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During the summer months, you and your loved one can exchange vows on the mansion's lawns. Surrounded by botanical blooms, this natural setting males for romantic occasions. Should the weather change, a stretch marquee can also be used. The gardens also make for fabulous photo opportunities once you've tied the knot. More traditional affairs can unfold in the on-site church of St. Andrews. After your ceremony, banquets and cocktail parties can take place in the Studio Room. This Georgian-style area can accommodate up to 100 people for formal sit-down meals. Smaller gatherings can take place in the Brewhouse Bar. Equipped with a full-service bar, rustic fire, and comfy furnishings, this room is ideal for mingling with close friends and family. Receptions that run long into the night can unfold in a variety of settings. This can include marquee celebrations on the lawn or 200-strong festivities in the Studio Room.
Upon booking your big day at The Studio at Cranford Hall, their wedding coordinator will work alongside you. Listening to your ideas and visions, this professional can ensure that every fine detail is addressed and taken care of. On the day of your celebration, this mansion's event staff will be on-hand to make sure that your magical day runs without a hitch.
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Emma and her staff pulled out all the stops to create the perfect wedding for my daughter.
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