I have lived in Horsham now for just over 2.5 years but never noticed what a beautiful town it is to get married in until planning my own wedding, and later with the weddings side of Make, Do & Trend.
With this in mind, today’s blog post is all about celebrating central Horsham town’s lovely wedding venues…
St Mary’s Church, The Causeway: St Mary’s Church is located at the end of arguably the most famous street in Horsham, The Causeway, which has a pretty mixture of listed buildings and ancient trees. Horsham’s 12th-century parish church is well situated and welcoming with a stunning spire and beautiful stained glass windows and murals.
The Drawing Room, The Park House: Horsham Registry Office resides in a Grade II listed Georgian building dating back to 1690 and overlooks some gorgeous gardens as well as Horsham park. You would be married in The Drawing Room with the original decorated ceiling remaining in this historic building accommodating up to 40 guests.
Park Barn, Horsham: Located right next to Horsham park, Park Barn is a lovely, small and rustic reception venue for any DIY couple. Suitable for up to 50 guests, the barn features wooden beams and suspended lighting with an outside courtyard overlooking the park. Bunting and paper decorations would look stunning strung from the beams!
The Conservatory Cafe: Step straight out of Horsham Registry Office to canapés and drinks provided by The Conservatory Cafe in Horsham Park. The cafe is enjoyed by locals everyday but can be hired by the hour or closed all-day for wedding receptions amongst other events. We like the sound of their afternoon tea wedding breakfast!
Bills: For an intimate wedding reception, Bills in Horsham is set in the old town hall and has it’s own dedicated wedding room decorated beautifully and full of character. The room is free to use, subject to a 10% service charge and it even overlooks The Causeway!
There are some lovely wedding venues in Horsham and hopefully this post has inspired some Horsham brides to stay local and prove you don’t have to spend a fortune.
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