There are plenty
of wedding venues in Oxford. Oxford is a wonderful city, with all those
Although it is a modern city, the city centre
has a special atmosphere, to me is like being back in the
time, in a different world. So I think it is ideal for a special day
such as your wedding, even if you don't live there. In case
you are looking for wedding
venues to choose from, here you can find some of the
venues where I myself have played in Oxford.
notice that I have no business association with these people,
I'm listing here some wedding venues where I've seen personally, just
to give you a few
more ideas, different styles, sizes and prices.
hope you find this information helpful and it makes you
remember of me. Check my wedding
music page for some ideas, photos and videos (then book your wedding music, I'd be happy to play for you).
Tel.07985 025129 - 01865 669020
Oxford, Oxfordshire, UK
Oxford Town Hall
course, only for civil
weddings, celebrated in the Assembly Room or in another room. There are
several rooms of different sizes. You
can also hire one of them for your reception
only, if you celebrate a religious
wedding in a church nearby. Here you can see the Assembly
beautiful wooden floor and wall panels, a big marble fireplace and
you know? You can hire this world famous museum and have your civil wedding ceremony
and your reception
in this awesome venue, surrounded by antiquities and art masterworks!
(and you'd also support the museum). The ceremony is celebrated
upstairs in one of the museum rooms, the Mallett Gallery, with
paintings, sculptures and even a staircase for the bride's grand entry
with the Wedding March!
For your reception, you'd find yourself in the middle of the Randolph
Sculpture Gallery in
company of Greek and Roman many centuries-old statues. You can also
Woodstock Town Hall
Not far from Oxford is
this lovely historic town. This venue is quite small, so it's
good if you want to organize a civil
for a small number of guests. Here is the reception room, with
embroidered panels on the walls illustrating Woodstock history since
many other wedding venues, in Oxford it is possible to celebrate your
wedding in one of the colleges,
they have a chapel, reception rooms and gardens (especially
summer), so you
can have your ceremony, either religious
and your reception
all in one place. Some are very small, others are very large, so they
can suit all tastes and needs.
Christ Church Cathedral
This is the most important
college but is also primarily a Cathedral. The church is
very large, as well as the gardens. What you see here is the
Masters' Garden. This is suitable for those who want a huge venue, very
large church and garden for a big number of guests.
One of the oldest colleges, quite small, off the High Street. It seems
that it owes its name to an oriel window (in the picture). There is a
all colleges, for a religious
ceremony and a reception
in a room or in the garden. They cater for special events and have
their own wine cellar, menus and wine list on their website.
Civil weddings can be celebrated also in
hotels, restaurants and other buildings, provided
that they have been
licensed. Ask them, you may be able to have both ceremony and reception
at the same place, if you like.
The Lemon tree
is a nice restaurant in Woodstock Road, not far from the Oxford centre.
It has a quite large room for the ceremony and the meal, with many
big windows and a huge mirror (so a lot of natural light),
inside and a
Good for both civil
ceremony and reception.
is a bar restaurant in Walton Street, in Jericho, near Oxford city
centre. It was a church
and you can recognize it. There are huge
columns and a staircase at the entrance and inside you can still see
part of the paintings on the walls. It is very large and is suitable
for a full meal
with many guests.
Is just outside Oxford, near Henley on Thames. It is a 17th century
Manor House with a large Tithe Barn, beautiful brick and flint farm
buildings and the six acre garden.
Suitable for civil weddings and receptions.
It is an established venue and working family farm owned and run by Bay
and Hermione Harper. It is in South Northamptonshire, close to the
Oxfordshire and Warwicksh borders, approximately 10 miles from Banbury,
Daventry, Towcester and Silverstone, within easy access of both the M40
and M1 motorways.
A lovely venue in the countryside, with a relaxed atmosphere and a
charming environment. Suitable for weddings, conferences and events,
with B&B accommodation Link
The tythe barn Just outside Oxford, in Bicester. It is a
beautiful 14th Century stone and thatched structure with an elegantly
rustic interior which has been restored and renovated so that the
essence of the building itself remains untouched- revealing all the
beauty of the past yet combined with a contemporary twist. The venue
comprises two restored barns set in extremely pretty landscaped gardens
and surrounded by fields. Suitable for a wide range of events, civil
weddings and receptions.
Letchworth Hall Hotel
Near Luton, Stevenage, established in 1625, it's
a beautiful English Manor house, a country
retreat set in 8 acres of landscaped gardens, the ideal place
for photos or to walk have a stroll after your ceremony.The perfect blend between old and new buildings.