Images by A Thing Like That Photography.
Could this feature image be any more romantic…? I think not.
This is Jasmine & Will and they celebrated their wedding day and the utterly epic The Green in Cornwall. A versatile, rustic blank canvas of a venue it also offers the most magical outdoor wedding ceremonies under their gorgeous arbour.
I’m completely in awe of this couple’s handy work! If their wood slice welcome signs and pallet tableplans have you reaching for your Woodwork 101 Guide then I don’t blame you.
Notes from The Wedding Venue
We just love these stunning photos of Jasmine and Will’s romantic English wedding at our venue, The Green Cornwall. The feel of the day was understated, elegant, natural and romantic with a Boho edge and they celebrated with 60 of their friends and family.
Images by Sarah Hannam Photography.
I have the best job in the world. Fact. Mostly because I get to visit utterly beautiful places as part of my ‘research’ and boy are these field trips fun when the husband and pup are in tow! Well, Mark is technically IT support so 100% part of the Coco Wedding Venues team. As for Gatsby… Ummm… Mascot!?
Early last year we were invited to stay at luxury retreat Boconnoc in Cornwall. So bags packed full of winter warmers we bundled into the Mini leaving behind the Sussex seaside and headed towards another coastline 240 miles away.
Image by Simon Burt Photography.
Launcells Barton, a family-owned, Grade II* listed manor house based in Launcells, near Bude in North Cornwall, has embarked on an ambitious new project to create one of Cornwall’s most sought after wedding venues.
With their first summer wedding just around the corner, current owners Matthew Stokes and Lara Gill have been working tirelessly to transform the house and are looking forward to completing the restoration of the Georgian Manor.
But, it doesn’t stop with the house as there’s still some rather exciting developments for the disused agricultural buildings. Once a working dairy farm, these spaces will be renovated to create a ceremony barn, licensed outdoor walled ceremony garden and guest accommodation.
The purpose-built events barn will accommodate up to 200 seated guests and up to an additional 150 evening guests, in a sophisticated and beautiful countryside setting.
Lara explains; “We have spent a great deal of time and thought on the concept and design of all the spaces and locations available for weddings. For the new events barn, we wanted to keep the character of Launcells Barton and feel of our Georgian house apparent. We wanted to combine English country charm with a rustic farm feel, to create the perfect atmosphere for couples and their guests to relax throughout their special day. To achieve this we have, wherever possible, used reclaimed items from the farm, we even have an old mahogany organ which we are using as a drinks cabinet for the new bar…”
Images by Keith Riley Photography.
There’s something so romantic about a beach wedding… So raw, full of life and energy. If you were to ask me right now if this was my favourite style of wedding then I’d say yes in a heartbeat.
This might have something to do with my very recent adventure to a beautiful coastal town in Devon, but I also have a strong suspicion it’s because I’ve fallen head-over-heels in love with these shots from Keith Riley Photography for Lusty Glaze.
The secluded, horseshoe-shaped cove at Lusty Glaze beach provides the perfect setting for a romantic barefoot beach wedding in Cornwall. This privately owned cove is home to peace and tranquillity, where the Atlantic laps the shore and the pace of life becomes a little bit slower.
Simply stunning in summer it’s also rather cosy during the winter months…
Notes from Lusty Glaze
Fierce seas and stormy skies, watch Mother Nature’s show from the warmth and comfort of our sheltered cove. Our cosy bar and restaurant situated at the heart of the beach is the perfect haven to say your vows, in full view of the ocean. Raise a celebratory glass (or two!) as the waves crash against the sand, enjoy canapes out on our heated and enclosed decking alongside our specially created winter cocktails.
Images by Liberty Pearl Photography.
I hear from brides-to-be searching for their venue on a daily basis and it’s always an honour to try to set those couples on the right path, so they can ultimately start to figure out which venue is right for them. Sometimes I’m super lucky and get to hear from the bride once that choice has been made! There’s usually squeals of excitement and I do a happy dance.
Jen was one such bride… A ‘Coco’ bride.
A DIY wedding day focused on the importance of family, friends and a good ol’ celebration, Jen & Paul left the traditions behind. Their desire for simplicity and their love of the outdoors lead them straight to The Green in Cornwall.
The venue has been perfectly captured by Amber from Liberty Pearl Photography, so if you’re yet to discover this gem then come and take a little look…
Notes from the Bride
We are both pretty laid-back, and love festivals, being outdoors, and having fun with all our mates, so The Green was a no-brainer as it ticked every box! It offered everything we wanted on one site – outside and inside, hills, a lake, a barn, wooden function room, marquee, quaint cottages and a big party house – and all exclusively ours for the weekend.
Thanks to Coco Wedding Venues, it was easy to compare to similar venues and make our decision. It was important to us to make a weekend of it, as it only comes around (hopefully) once a lifetime!