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A Manchester Northern Quarter wedding, photographed by DSB Creative…

Bride and groom with faces pressed against glass

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A Ratsbury Barn wedding, photographed by Fiona Kelly Photography…

Bride and groom holding balloons

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A Coombe Lodge outdoor wedding, photographed by Martin Dabek Photography…

Bride and groom at Coombe Lodge

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A Studland Bay wedding, photographed by Andrew JR Squires Photography…

Bride and groom in front of beach huts

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A Swan at Lavenham wedding, photographed by James Davidson Photography…

Bride and groom

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A garden marquee wedding in Suffolk, photographed by Rebecca Prigmore Photography…

Bride with arms around groom

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An Ashton Memorial wedding, photographed by Katherine Ashdown Photography…

Bride and groom with heart in grass in background

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Bride and groom kissing on bench in front of fire - Picture by Juliet McKee Photography

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The Great Barn, Micklefield Hall

Idyllic Hertfordshire country house wedding venue, Micklefield Hall, is set to unveil its beautifully restored 16th century barn at its open day this Sunday, 19th April 2015, from 11am – 4pm.

Existing and prospective couples will have the chance to see the recently renovated Great Barn along with Micklefield Hall’s exclusive list of preferred suppliers.

Set in beautifully kept gardens surrounded by 350 acres of rolling countryside, the Great Barn adds to the existing splendour of this outstanding wedding venue. Visitors will also be able to tour the picturesque grounds of this magnificent country house.

Micklefield Hall Grounds

The owners, Jamie and Anna Rankin, will be on hand to answer questions, but the event is also designed to showcase the best of Micklefield Hall’s exclusive list of approved suppliers.

Rather than couples meeting suppliers at stalls and collecting fliers, all of the talent will be presented in a realistic way, allowing guests the freedom to enjoy the beauty of the barn in a relaxed manner.

On offer will be live entertainment, wedding dresses to try on, mini makeovers, entertainment for children, personal tours every 30 minutes, free floristry advice, wine-tasting, mouth-watering catering, cake tasting and a comfortable, dedicated consultation area to discuss your wedding. Nothing needs to be left to the imagination.

The Great Barn Interior, Micklefield Hall

Anna Rankin says: “The barn will be dressed in shades of lavender for spring, so couples will be able to see how their day might look. All of our handpicked suppliers are creating wonderful displays to inspire brides and grooms and to demonstrate the different options in a fun and interactive way. We are planning a truly enjoyable and memorable day out and cannot wait to welcome brides to our beautiful grounds and to give them a good idea of just how amazing their wedding day can be.”

Couples and their families can apply for tickets by emailing, and will then receive their e-invite to this exclusive and exciting day out.

Micklefield Hall, Sarratt Road, Sarratt, Nr Rickmansworth, Hertfordshire WD3 6AQ.

Bride and groom

Hands up if you’re a Doctor Who fan. If you are you are going to absolutely love today’s Doctor Who themed wedding. If you’re not, you’ll love it anyway.

A very cool blue wedding dress, the whole bridal party in pumps, handmade paper flower bouquets with personal touches AND the 10th Doctor’s sonic screwdriver as the bride’s bouquet handle, an abundance of Doctor Who memorabilia and details; this wedding is filled to the brim with styling details that make it so unique. Big thanks go to Fowler Studios for sharing these amazing pictures with us…

“We wanted to have a wedding that was very us, yet unexpected. Our family loves Doctor Who and we thought a Doctor Who themed wedding would be really fun and special to ourselves and our kids.

“We played various songs from Doctor Who before the ceremony, The Long Song for the bridal party processional, and the Doctor Who TV theme as I walked down the aisle.

“I made the bouquets myself using origami and tissue paper flowers, and flowers made from paper printed with The Exploding Tardis Van Gough art, a picture of my deceased son, Nimora, and the hospital card with my stillborn son’s handprints and footprints. The handle of my bouquet was the 10th Doctor’s sonic screwdriver – he’s my favourite doctor!

“We found the candles and vases at yard sales, as well as nearly all of the frames for the signs and pictures, which we then spray painted. The props for the photo booth were printed and assembled by Scott and our friends, mostly at the venue on the morning of the wedding!”

Blue wedding dress

Doctor Who Tardis jewellery box Doctor Who Tardis jewellery box

Doctor Who Tardis earrings

Starbucks cup with message to bride I love your stupid face keyring

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Bride and groom sitting in back of wedding car - Picture by Matt Selby Photography

Image © Matt Selby Photography