What makes Loseley Park perfect for the perfect wedding?
Partly it’s the surroundings. They, after all, are the backdrop to an exceptional day. But more than that it’s the fact that we think you should be free to plan precisely the wedding you want and deserve – that our plans should fit with yours, not the other way around. So we don’t, for instance, hold more than one wedding a day – just so you can believe Loseley is yours, and yours alone to enjoy. There’s the Rose garden with over one thousand bushes, the Flower Garden with its maze of pathways and hidden corners and the White Garden that contrasts spectacular, showy, blooms with lush yet subtle silver and grey foliage.
We plan in meticulous detail, for we know how much planning and care a wedding takes. Our staff will assist you in that planning and will be there on the day – just to make certain every last detail, every nuance is exactly as we promised it would be. So no matter if it’s a small civil ceremony, or a reception for over one hundred, our attitude never changes – that you are our guests at Loseley, our most important guests, and our duty is to make your day as memorable and as perfect as it possibly can be.
The Loseley Difference
The Loseley team are available from the moment the booking is confirmed until your Wedding Day. We want to make your day perfect and our job doesn’t stop until you leave us at the end of your Wedding Reception.
We can arrange subsequent viewing appointments for your families and photographers (and pre-wedding photo shoots), organise ceremony rehearsals and will be present on the day to welcome your guests to Loseley House for the civil ceremony.
We know that on this day it will be the small things that make a difference. So if you are planning a winter wedding ceremony in the Great Hall, a log fire will be waiting to welcome you, the candles will be lit and the wine mulled.
If it’s a summer wedding your Drinks Reception can be held in the tranquil setting of the Walled Garden, either under the shade of the White Garden Marquee or by the ancient wisteria on the Tennis Lawn.