Hush Venues, Norfolk

Hush Venues is a new woodland wedding venue located in 200 acres of Norfolk Countryside.  It is so new the website is still being built, however get a head of the game and send an enquiry as I think this is going to be a very popular venue.

Ceremonies are held in The Olde Woodshed in the intimate and secluded Elderwood where your guests can be seated in the amphitheatre. You can then celebrate becoming newlyweds in a number of locations on the 200 acre site including: the Water Meadow overlooking Broads National Park or under the Wishing Tree in the Glade.  If you would like to have some time indoors you can erect a temporary structure, see Just Bespoke’s guide here, on the lawn.

Overnight accommodation is available for the bridal party, up to sixteen, in Colts Lodge.  If you want a truly intimate celebration the fifty foot Drawing Room can be used for your ceremony for up to 50 guests  The rest of your guests have the option of Glamping in The Water Meadow.

Organising a woodland wedding can be daunting but  Hush Venues have a list of recommended suppliers to help you organise your day.

Hush Venues is built upon the beauty and inspiration of the great outdoors. The simplest and purest of things wrapped up in a magical setting. This secluded natural backdrop is your private blank canvas and the key that ensures your day will be totally unique.

Elderwood Plan you-me-venues-hush-venues-styled-Katherine-Ashdown_3 you-me-venues-hush-venues-styled-Katherine-Ashdown_2

Images from the styled shoot shot at Hush Venues by Katherine Ashdown.  You can check out the sneak peek here and the list of suppliers Katherine used:

I’ll keep you updated with real weddings over the year.  In the meantime here is some woodland decoration inspiration:


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