A Christmas Day Themed Wedding At Sandhole Oak Barn

A Christmas Day Themed Wedding At Sandhole Oak Barn

I love Christmas weddings, in fact that feeling of being snug and warm inside whilst the sky gets dark and the mist creeps in is unbeatable. Charlotte and Pete’s festive themed day at Sandhole Oak Barn hit that Christmassy feeling on the head.

Winter Misty Mornings

As the winter morning mist covered the lake at the venue, Charlotte got ready in the Granary Barn with her maids Carly, Harriet and Ellie, who looked stunning in their sequinned dresses. Charlotte’s own dress, a sophisticated strapless number with matching fur-lined jacket was from The Cheshire Bridal Lounge.

It was then on to the cosy grade one listed Marton church which was decked out in beautiful flowers by Nova Christy where Pete was already waiting with his best men Nick and Jay to be married by the Reverend Ian Arch.

After a lovely ceremony we managed to brave the weather for confetti and a hug filled greetings and then it was over to Sandhole Oak Barn for the Christmas themed reception.

Deck the barn with pinecones and ivy

With red and green festooning the barn, ivy, pinecones and candles on the centre pieces and Christmas food for table names it was impossible not to join in with the festive cheer especially when the food by caterer Top Table was a scrumptious Christmas dinner! Glittery his and hers reindeers sat on top of the cake and guests favours were chocolate rabbits and Santa’s. There was just enough time to get some stunning twinkling portraits over in the tractor barn, by the lake and under the clock tower before heading in to dance the night away to band Groovy Revolution.

Congratulations Charlotte and Pete, you’ve really got me in the Christmas spirit and kicked off the festive season with a bang. Bring on the turkey!

About Sandhole Oak Barn

Built to a traditional rural design, the Oak Barn is rustic, light and airy, and allows you and your guests to flow effortlessly from ceremony to reception drinks and the wedding breakfast. In the summer, light floods through the full-length windows, giving extensive views across the lake and the rolling Cheshire countryside, or you can enjoy a romantic outdoor wedding next to the lake under the Clock Tower. Those choosing a winter wedding can experience the warmth of the mellow oak beams elegantly lit by the wrought iron chandeliers, watch the sunset over the lake whilst enjoying your wedding breakfast, with the reassuring convenience of having your entire wedding under one roof.

Facts About Sandhole Oak Barn

  • A beautiful rural barn venue within the Cheshire countryside.
  • A unique lakeside setting with amazing photography locations.
  • Civil weddings and seated dining for up to 140 guests.
  • Up to 180 guests for an evening celebration.
  • Accommodation for up to 37 guests including a private bridal house called ‘The Granary’.
  • Award-winning catering from Top Table Weddings and Events.

How can you get in touch with Sandhole Oak Barn about weddings?

Email – mywedding@sandholeoakbarn.co.uk

Call via – 01260 224215 | 01260 540007

Website – www.sandholeoakbarn-weddings.co.uk

Address – Manchester Road(A34), Hulme Walfield, Congleton, Cheshire, CW12 2JH

Instagram – @sandholeoakbarn

View my guide to wedding photography at Sandhole Oak Barn.

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  • JayneDecember 6, 2017 - 12:24 am

    Amazing photos Lee ReplyCancel

    • LeeDecember 6, 2017 - 10:11 am

      Thank you very much Jayne 🙂ReplyCancel

  • JuliaDecember 7, 2017 - 3:28 am

    Beautiful couple
    with such fabulous style!That is just beautiful!ReplyCancel

  • josieDecember 8, 2017 - 11:58 am

    Fantastic can’t  stop looking  at them xReplyCancel

    • LeeDecember 10, 2017 - 8:21 pm

      Thank you Josie 🙂ReplyCancel