Want to make your big day eco-friendly?
Eco-friendly or planet-friendly weddings are in fashion. Every couple wants to draw a lesson on the environment when it comes to their wedding day. One of the best ways to do this is to choose an eco-friendly venue for the wedding that is environmentally aware. In the UK, there are several eco-friendly venues for weddings! Some of the best are here:
The Wellbeing Farm, Lancashire
The wellbeing farm is the ultimate eco-friendly wedding destination in the Lancashire countryside. This offers bow tie-wearing llamas, alpacas, and donkeys, making it a unique wedding venue in the UK. This venue can accommodate up to 170 seated guests or 250 guests for an evening party, and it is also famous for tasty food and drinks. They feature the best local breakfast produce. In addition, this wedding venue is decorated with flowers and herbs grown in the garden. More info
South Farm, Cambridgeshire
South Farm in Cambridgeshire is also known as a picture-perfect farmhouse with a touch of luxury wedding in an eco-friendly way. This farm has a nature reserve that is also home to many endangered species.
There are many beautiful locations available at South Farm, such as the summerhouse, which can accommodate up to 146 seats and is ideal for an outdoor wedding. And If you prefer an indoor wedding, you can choose from the old dairy hall and Tudor Barn, which seats up to 100 and 146 respectively. Finally, if you want an intimate wedding in South Farm, you can go for a drawing which has a capacity of 35 guests. Read more
Cornish Tipi Weddings, Cornwall
If you wish to do a fairy tale type wedding, then Cornish Tipi Weddings in Cornwall is ideal for you. Cornish Tipi Weddings are a dedicated destination for summer weddings, and they are open from Easter until the end of September. The complete woodland pavilion and tipi can accommodate up to 200 guests. This wedding venue is attached to a beautiful lake which can add a classic touch to your wedding. You could also arrange a wedding ceremony in the middle of the lake. See here