24/08/2020 | News/Wedding

Farnham Castle Celebrates First Post-Lockdown Wedding Ceremony

Post Lockdown wedding ceremony in Farnham Surrey

Farnham Castle hosted its first post-lockdown wedding ceremony in the Lantern Hall last weekend, and it was a day to remember for more reasons than one!

Like the rest of the wedding venues in Surrey, the UK and around the world, we’ve missed hosting wedding ceremonies and receptions for excited couples since the Spring. But, after a long wait, we finally hosted our first wedding ceremony for Catherine and Jason on Sunday August 23rd, 2020 and it was lovely.

Photographed by Tony Hart, from Tony Hart Photo, the bride and groom made their vows in the romantic Lantern Hall with an intimate guest list of 23. The couple, who had originally booked their wedding for late May 2020, decided that they didn’t want to wait any longer, and were excited to book a Sunday ceremony at Farnham Castle as soon as they knew it was Covid-safe to do so.

Civil wedding ceremonies at Farnham Castle can take place in one of 5 locations, and for Church of England ceremonies, we have 2 stunning chapels on-site. Some couples have chosen to delay their weddings, but couples who don’t want to wait are booking sequel weddings, whereby they choose to celebrate their ceremony now, and host their originally planned, larger wedding reception in the near future.

Our wedding planning experts are available to chat with you about hosting just a wedding ceremony at Farnham Castle, or, to help you plan your future dream wedding at our historic Surrey venue. With years of experience, an in-house team of chefs, beautiful gardens and grounds, flexible entertainment space, accommodation and parking, we know that we have the support, expertise and experience needed to help you plan your dream wedding day, whether you choose to celebrate with 30, or 300 guests. Contact our team for further information.

We wish Catherine and Jason, our newlywed couple, all the very best and look forward to welcoming them back to Farnham Castle in 2021 for further wedding celebrations.

Images: Tony Hart Photo