From walled gardens to woodlands, celebrate mother nature in a space that boasts the best outdoor scenery…

Hampton Court Palace gardens
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Hampton Court Palace, Surrey

Celebrate like royalty at King Henry VIII’s old Tudor haunt, Montalto House

Montalto House and Lake at The Carriage Rooms

The Carriage Rooms, County Down

Set on the Montalto Estate, lawn games and drinks in the stunning surroundings. Plus, for the bride and groom only, you can access the boathouse and lake for some precious time alone.

Hayne House
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Hayne House, Kent

There’s natural beauty to be found at Jupiter Artland

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Jupiter Artland, Edinburgh

Sitting in the 100-acre grounds of Bonnington House just outside of Edinburgh, READ MORE: A real-life lake wedding fit for a fairytale

Lucknam Park
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Lucknam Park, Wiltshire

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The traditional walled gardens and extensive grounds at Georgian Palladian mansion

Dewsall Court, Hereford

For your very own country pad that feels just like home, Stonor Park

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Stonor Park, Oxfordshire

This grand country house makes a breath-taking location for your reception. Choose between four outdoor locations on the Birtsmorton Court

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Birtsmorton Court, Worcestershire

Notley Abbey

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Notley Abbey, Buckinghamshire

Right on the Buckinghamshire-Oxfordshire border, Birmingham Botanical Gardens

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Birmingham Botanical Gardens

Surround yourself with nature in all its forms at the READ MORE: A real wedding with garden tipi and festoon lighting

Barnsley House
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Barnsley House, Gloucestershire

Eden Project wedding

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Eden Project, Cornwall

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