Available only for exclusive hire, a wedding at Prestwold Hall is guaranteed seclusion and privacy. Over the last 10 years I have worked on many weddings at Prestwold Hall and there are definitely no two weddings that are ever the same. Each one is so unique and reflects the distinct personalities of each and every couple I have worked with to create truly bespoke weddings.
I get asked for images of what the main dining room at Prestwold looks like once it’s decorated so I thought I would share these images of a winter wedding for which I created the floral arrangements and wedding cake.
The table decorations had floral arrangements set on candelabras which is really lovely for a winter wedding as the sunlight fades around 3:30pm and creates a soft and gentle glow inside with the candlelight. The top table had a simple arrangement but often couples will choose a long and low floral swag for maximum impact.
This is the library at Prestwold Hall and extends nearly the entire length of the house when the large doors that separate it from the drawing room are opened, connecting the two rooms. With clever use of constructional steel, the architect William Burn was able to create these long adjoining rooms, which provide a superior entertaining space.
The windows rise from floor level and open onto the garden which enhances the notion that Prestwold was designed in the style of an Italian classical villa. The doors and bookcases in library were made for George Hussey Packe (1846–1908) by Gillows of Lancaster and London in 1875.
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