Wonderful wedding packages for two UK ​

Sophie - Wedding Planner

By SOPHIE DEAN

Where to start when looking for a wedding package for two uk

Deciding where to elope can be tricky. It is such a private moment and one you only want to share with your partner, so we are here to help organize and deliver your perfect wedding packages for two UK. At Cote How we understand how important this is. Because of this, every wedding has total exclusivity of the entire venue (even for elopements!), making it a truly intimate experience for the two of you. If you are looking for a destination wedding and are not familiar with the area, you may wonder where Cote How is. You will find us in Rydal, a quaint village between Grasmere and Ambleside. It is the perfect location for you to have a Lake District mini-moon after the wedding.

Cote How elopement couple walking to Rydal Water

Choosing your special ceremony location

We have many options on ceremony space for our elopement wedding packages for two UK at our lakeside venue. In the summer months, lots of couples opt for outside the barn with the view of Nab Scar. In the summer, you can also use our small wedding barn in the perfect Lake District setting for your romantic elopement for two. If you like the idea of the adventure elopement with food, the gazebo is a lovely place to have your romantic picnic.

We also have two elegant yet homely ceremony rooms in the house at Cote How. One is specially designed with elopements in mind. It gives you the opportunity of an inside space without being lost in a large empty room. The front room is licensed for people who may like a roaring fire and Christmas tree for a December elopement. Whichever ceremony space you choose still gives you complete access to the gardens and the opportunity to go down to Rydal Water. Make all your photo dreams come true!

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Just the two of us elopement

The dreamiest photo setting for your wedding package for two

It is the idyllic setting for your wedding photos of dreams, starting in Cote How’s beautiful grounds with beautiful gardens, then Rydal water is only a stone’s throw away, there is also the woodland and Rydal Caves. Endless photo opportunities, meaning this is also a dreamy location for your photographer to go wild. But also no photos are fine too, whatever floats your boat. However, I think having some photos to remember the day will feel very valuable to you in the future.

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Just married couple walking down the aisle in the barn

Dreading the thought of a big wedding?

It is becoming increasingly common to get people coming to us explaining that the big wedding was never what they dreamt of. They dreaded the ever-growing guest list and the endless things to sort out before the day. Some couples just want to get married and just enjoy the experience the two of them without fussing about whether everyone else is happy. Our wedding packages for two UK solve the problems for you.

Elopement couple on the edge of Rydal Water

Bring your walking boots!

It is always a good idea to bring wellies and walking boots, no need to ask. Bringing them might mean that the rain stays away- and if not, then at least you’re prepared! The best thing you can do in the Lake District is embrace the weather, and honestly, you won’t regret it. Couples have got some lovely photos due to a rainy day. It sparks photographers to be inventive and throw themselves into it, not that they don’t do that anyway!

Wedding couple overlooking Rydal Water

Real Cote How wedding packages for two uk

We have many real wedding blogs where you can read about just what happened at our dream elopement wedding packages for two UK. In this blog, you can see pictures from Jake and Laura’s elopement wedding captured by Simon Hughes.

Happily married at Cote How

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You may also be interested in this post about a real-life Magical Outdoor Elopement in the Autumnal Lakes

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Photographer: Simon Hughes 

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