Delamere Manor’s extensive grounds and stunning multi-room interior lends itself to a variety of unique wedding ideas. If you’re wanting something that little bit different for your special day, here are a few ways in which Delamere Manor can accommodate your plans:
Delamere Manor boasts its own helipad, so if you fancy making a dramatic entrance on your wedding day, you can arrive in style via helicopter, which will certainly impress your guests. Don’t forget to plan your outfit in advance, however, as helicopter arrivals can be quite windy, so this would perfectly complement a bridal trouser suit or a more fitted gown.
If you want to keep your feet on the ground but still turn heads, Delamere Manor lends itself perfectly to a horse drawn carriage entrance. You’ll feel like a princess as you’re transported through the gates and along the driveway lined with beautiful lime trees on either side. If horses aren’t to your preference, a stunning Rolls Royce or limousine would look just as elegant making its way towards the impressive manor.
Delamere Manor’s ability to accommodate up to 12 guests overnight means you’re not limited to a morning or afternoon wedding. If you’d prefer to exchange vows under the stars and take advantage of a beautiful, warm summer night, you might like to arrange a midnight wedding, making use of the venue’s luxurious bedrooms to retire to after the event has ended.
Thanks to Delamere Manor’s stunning outdoor spaces, such as the terrace and the courtyard, you can incorporate a cosy vibe into your wedding with a chimenea or a stylish fire pit, perfect for breaking the ice between your guests, and great for outdoor activities like marshmallow toasting. When the rain or snow starts to fall, bring the warm ambiance indoors and gather around the open fire in the drawing room.
The 100 acres of lush green countryside that comprises the grounds of Delamere Manor means you can take advantage of the pleasant British spring weather with a range of lawn games during your wedding reception, including mini golf, team sports or even giant wooden versions of family favourites, such as Jenga.
Delamere Manor’s courtyard is the perfect space for a live music performance. With enough room to accommodate a brass band, Spanish flamenco dancing or even a small orchestra, you can choose the music to suit the theme of your wedding.
One of the most unique features of Delamere Manor is its very own nightclub, which was once the recording studio of Gary Barlow, the lead singer of the popular band Take That. Whether you want to dance the night away to lively renditions of classic pop and rock songs or slow dance with your sweetheart to traditional romantic tunes, Delamere Manor’s dedicated wedding team will be happy to suggest some top DJs for you to choose from.
If you’re in the process of planning your upcoming wedding, be sure to get in touch with Delamere Manor as soon as possible to secure your date, as we’re one of the top wedding venues in Cheshire.