Thursday, April 29, 2010

Cusworth Hall - Open for Wedding Celebrations

Wedding Daze organised a Wedding Open Day (Sunday 25th April) at the stunning Cusworth Hall, a grade 1 listed building set in acres of parkland and accompanying lake. For the first time in its history, Cusworth Hall is now available for civil wedding ceremonies and civil partnerships.

The Wedding Daze would like to thank all the visitors who attended the Open Day, Cusworth Hall was designed and styled to give brides and grooms an idea of how Cusworth Hall will be for a wedding ceremony and reception.

Cusworth Hall has three areas that are available for ceremonies and receptions, these are:


Used as the formal entrance to the Hall by the Battie Wrightson family, the Entrance Hall with its classical arcade and feature marble fireplace is the grandest space in which to hold your ceremony. This room can accommodate seating for up to 60 guests.


This elegant Edwardian dining room features an attractive bay with views out to the newly restored rose garden. This space offers seating for up to 60 guests.


A more intimate space with a host of period features, Mr Wrightson’s library is ideal for smaller ceremonies and celebrations accommodating up to 20 guests.


As Cusworth Hall is set in a acres of stunning parkland, a marquee or Papakata tent would make a perfect setting for your wedding reception. This option can accommodate up to 200 guests.

Wedding Daze would like to thank all the exhibitors at the Wedding Open Day, from wedding cars, photography, cupcakes, stationery to a string quartet - these suppliers made a fantastic open day and allowed visitors to see what else they can add to their special day.

Along with AB Marquee, Coco Catering and Boutique Paeony, Wedding Daze are approved wedding co-ordinators at Cusworth Hall.

If you are interested in Cusworth Hall for your wedding ceremony or reception please contact: email: | telephone: 01302 782342

We would like to thank S6 Photography for capturing the images above.

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